Designing the Right Entity

Starting a new architectural practice is a big decision. One of the next big decisions for the architectural entrepreneur, and one that has long-lasting implications, is deciding what form of business entity will be appropriate for your current as well as your future practice. While a licensed architect can certainly just go out there and practice as a sole proprietor, formation of an appropriate business entity shields the architect from personal liability in most business contexts.[1] Continue reading “Designing the Right Entity”