[IMGCAP(1)]I’ve talked to many budding entrepreneurs who have the energy, discipline and optimism to successfully go solo, but they don’t always have a clear roadmap for managing the legal steps involved with launching a business like an accounting firm.

In my last article, we discussed how to determine if you’re ready to take the entrepreneurial plunge and start your own accounting firm (see Are You Ready to Start Your Own Accounting Firm?). If you have decided that you’re truly ready to go solo, here’s an overview of seven important legal steps to launch a new accounting business:

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