If you're not ready to incorporate, then perhaps you could try a partner.
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Partnerships can be tricky ventures, but under the right circumstances they can be a good idea for small business owners who want to expand-geographically or financially-but are not ready to jump into full-blown employee expansion or incorporation.

Excerpted from Starting a Home-based Business

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