Business Plan Recruitment Agency
For whatever reason, the trend in business plans these days is to go back to the fundamentals, with good projections and solid analysis. An "easy to read quickly" format is more important than ever. If you want people to read the business plan you develop--and most people do--then my best advice to you is keep it simple. Don't confuse your business plan with a doctoral thesis or a lifetime task. Keep the wording and formatting straightforward, and keep the plan short.
Get your business license. You can't do business without a business license. Later on, having one also will make it easier to figure out your new venture's tax information. A quick visit to the U.S. Small Business Administration site can show you almost everything you need to know. Enter information about your location, choose the appropriate type of license, and the site's resource describe what you'll need to obtain your license.