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Setting up a business easy made: What to look for it matters!

Starting a business made easy: What matters!

Almost 40,000 companies are founded in Austria every year. However, Austria's small and medium-sized enterprises(SMEs) are not only economic motors and employers, but unfortunately also the main sufferers of the corona pandemic and the associated "lockdowns".

With this blog post, I deliberately do not want to repeat the negative economic news of the last few weeks, but rather motivate all those who - voluntarily, or - as is unfortunately far too often the case - involuntarily (have to) dare to make a new start in their careers to finally "put their long-cherished dream into practice". Especially in times like these, innovation and foresight are more in demand than ever, as prominent start-ups (e.g.: AliudQ or Streamparty) or the good performance of tech companies impressively demonstrate. In the end, John F. Kennedy's well-known saying is true after all:

"The word crisis in Chinese is made up of two characters - one signifying danger and the other opportunity."

So anyone who wants to take advantage of this crisis or opportunity and set up their own business has a few issues to consider: In addition to business plan preparation, marketing/competition and capital requirements, a multitude of legal issues such as legal form, lease / purchase, social security and taxes, business registration, subsidies, etc. must also be sufficiently taken into account.

The free overview of the legal forms gives you a very first insight into the multitude of design possibilities. The overview is intended to provide a first overview of the effects that the choice of legal form alone can have. So that your dream of self-employment does not come to a quick end, every step should be well-considered...

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Comparison of legal forms with regard to selected subject areas

Please note that this overview only covers a few (tax) law aspects. In addition, there are a large number of other topics that need to be considered when choosing the legal form (e.g: liability, capital maintenance regulations, subsidies, accounting, etc. etc.), which is why you should always seek legal advice before founding a company.

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