Ron: I’m only your tax accountant, but let me give you a piece of advice. If you’re planning to start a business, you’ll want to carefully consider what type of business entity you want to do business under.
罗恩：虽然我只是你的税务会计，不过你还是听我一个建议吧 。如果你打算创业，你需要仔细考虑你想在什么样的商业实体下开展业务 。
Marcela: Is that important? My parents ran a mom-and-pop store for 40 years and they never had to think about stuff like that.
Ron: I don’t know about your parents’ business, but opening a store these days means having to think about the tax implications and liability issues.
Marcela: Liability issues?
Ron: Yes. What if somebody sues you? Without proper safeguards, a lawsuit could bankrupt you and your business.
罗恩：没错 。如果有人起诉你呢？没有适当的保障措施，诉讼可能会使你和你的企业破产 。
Marcela: I’d never thought of that.
Ron: You’ll probably want to consider forming a corporation or an LLC. You’ll be a sole proprietor, right? You’re not going into business with someone else, are you?
Marcela: I’ll have two partners actually.
Ron: In that case, you’ll also want to think about things like the transferring of interests and the duration of the entity.
Marcela: Wow, starting a business is a lot more complicated than I thought.
Ron: My advice? Get a lawyer, and the sooner the better!
1.the sooner the better 越快越好
I want you to get rid of those people, and the sooner the better.
2.In that case 既然那样
In that case, this month's plan is bound to fall through.
3.think about 考虑
You don't have to think about me and Hugh.
4.tax implications 税务
Tax implications need to be considered when you use a global resource model.