On the Move? Take Your New York or New Jersey Business With You


On the Move? Take Your New York or New Jersey Business With You

by Dan Brecher on August 1, 2013

Moving a small business from one state to another creates a host of practical and legal concerns, but it is possible. If the new state is more business friendly, the move may actually benefit in the long run.

The process of relocating your business largely depends on its corporate structure. As with most other business tasks, the sole proprietorship is the most straightforward, while corporations pose the biggest headache.

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