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Sole proprietorship is a business owned by only one person. Sole proprietorship is for individual who want to work and make decisions independently.
Partnership is owned and controlled by two or more people. Partner share and make ideas for the business.
a business treated by law as separate from its owners. Corporations has limited liability.
a contractual agreement to use the name and sell the goods or services of an existing company.
business that acts as a go-between in moving goods from producers to consumers, such as wholesalers, retailers, and distributors.
a type of business that buys goods in large amounts and resells them to other businesses in smaller lots.
an organization of businesses owned and operated by the members, who pool their resources and share the benefits.
A business that sells goods or service directly to the public.
intermediary Business that acts as a go-between in moving goods from producers to consumers, such as wholesalers, retailers, and distributors. Stock Shares of ownership in a corporation.
Limited liability Financial responsibility of business owners only for what they invested in a business. Unlimited liability Full legal and financial responsibility for a business.
businesses that change raw goods into more finished products.
businesses that make finished products out of raw processed goods.
a business whose main purpose is to provide a service rather than to make a profit.
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