The most common form for someone just starting a business is the sole proprietorship. If you have a one-person business - a bookkeeper, a consultant, a computer repair shop, a housecleaner or a writer - it's the perfect solution.
Business and taxes go hand-in-hand for entrepreneurs in the first few months of the year. This consideration is important because the structure of a business has future tax implications for the life of the company. Entrepreneurs must make this legal decision early on in a company's history, and due to future considerations, should do everything possible to get it right the first time.