In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of December 17, 2017
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
Your Startup Should Not Be an LLC
Keep it simple. Many startup founders believe their company should be an LLC due to easy formation and limited liability. However, the upfront time saving may result in long-term legal costs. Partner Gary Schall shares his thoughts on the subject with VentureBeat.
Days After the FCC Repealed its Net Neutrality Rules, the GOP has a Bill to Replace Them
Last week, the FCC voted to repeal net neutrality laws for internet providers. This week, the GOP has offered their version of legislation to reinstate the bans on blocking and slowing websites. Stay on track of the latest updates with this article from The Washington Post.
Under New Tax Law, Should Your Business Restructure as a C Corporation?
On the heels of sweeping tax reform, it is important for small businesses to evaluate the effects of the new legislation. How will the new maximum corporate tax affect your business? Check out this Inc.com article to be more informed when speaking with a tax specialist.
Where VC’s Will Invest in 2018: Blockchain, AI, Voice and Pets
Venture capital investors are not all the same, but trends do set investing patterns. Startups should take advantage of trends to peak investor interest. This Wired article takes a forward look into where VC firms will be putting their money in 2018 and why.
Playing Your Role
Know your role and play it well. Startup employees play many different roles depending on who they interact with and the stage of the company. Check out this AVC.com article to better understand managing roles in entrepreneurship.
Links compiled by Morgan Monroe.