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Is there an entrepreneur alive who hasn't incorporated?

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Q: Can you be self-employed without incorporating your business?

Jo Ann Winter

Via e-mail

A: Yes, you can. In fact, most self-employed individuals do not incorporate. Most operate as sole proprietors. Also, some states allow individuals to form limited liability companies (LLCs).

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