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71 South Wacker Drive, 45th Floor, Chicago, IL 60606

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55 West Monroe Street, Suite 3800, Chicago, IL 60603

Business Law Lawyers | Serving Evanston, IL

345 N. Canal St., Suite C-202, Chicago, IL 60606

Business Law Lawyers | Serving Evanston, IL

150 S Wacker Dr, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60606

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120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2200, Chicago, IL 60606

Business Law Lawyers | Serving Evanston, IL

100 North Riverside Plaza, Suite 1500, Chicago, IL 60606

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155 North Wacker Drive, Suite 3000, Chicago, IL 60606

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2000 West Galena Boulevard, Suite 208, Aurora, IL 60506

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How Do You Start a Business?

If you decide to start a business, you should be ready to do some careful planning. What will your goals be? What are your products? Who are your customers? How will you get the money you need to start? Will you have employees? How will you incorporate? A business and commercial law attorney can help you answer and work through all of these questions.

How Do You Write a Business Plan?

The U.S. Small Business Administration, along with state and local government agencies, all provide good advice on what to include in a business plan. It should include answers to the above questions and provide any information that you think any potential investors will want to know.

How Do You Get a Business License?

Your state government will have information about any permits and licenses you will need for your business. In some lines of business, there will be other federal and local permits you need as well, such as a liquor license. A business and commercial attorney can help you address every detail in getting your business off the ground, helping you avoid any unnecessary errors that can cost you time and money.

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