Choose Your Business Structure

Your business structure will have important legal and tax implications. This course will teach you about the different types of business structures so you can find the one that’s best suited for your business. Business structures covered in this course include: Sole Proprietorship, LLC, Cooperative, Corporation, Partnership, and S Corporation.

**DISCLAIMER: NOT ALL COURSES ARE REQUIRED. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO TAKE ONLY THOSE COURSES THAT INTEREST YOU.

Courses

time

lesson

lesson

Lesson 1—Sole Proprietorship Pre Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 1—Sole Proprietorship

1+ Hour

Lesson 1—Sole Proprietorship Post Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 2—Limited Liability Company Pre Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 2—Limited Liability Company

1+ Hour

Lesson 2—Limited Liability Company Post Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 3—Cooperative Pre Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 3—Cooperative

1+ Hour

Lesson 3—Cooperative Post Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 4—Corporations Pre Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 4—Corporations

1+ Hour

Lesson 4—Corporations Post Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 5—Partnership Pre Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 5—Partnership

1+ Hour

Lesson 5—Partnership Post Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 6—S. Corporation Pre Test

10 Minutes

Lesson 6—S. Corporation

1+ Hour

Lesson 6—S. Corporation Post Test

10 Minutes

Our Pathways

SER Mujer Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

One of the keys to enable women to take charge of their professional growth and development is to own and manage their own business.

SER Mujer Marketing

Marketing

To be successful, women business owners must ensure they have a strong grasp of marketing fundamentals and marketing strategies that will help ensure continued growth for their enterprise.

SER Mujer Loans

Loans

Access to financial capital is key to any businesses seeking to grow. From funding expansion to hiring new employees, women require business loans to help their enterprises succeed.