I would need more information before I could offer a firm opinion. In general, an llc works well for smaller entities.
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More information is definitely needed. You should contact an attorney and schedule an appointment for further discussion.
Best of luck to you. It's good to see people starting new businesses.
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You will not get anything other than a guess unless you consult with an experienced business lawyer and provide him your business plan. The entity currently preferred for small businesses is the limited liability company (LLC). But, do not create it yourself. You will not address all of the issues. You will end up with a Certificate of Formation but nothing more. Often, but not always, we advise that the LLC choose to be taxed as a corporation and then elect Subchapter S tax status. That avoids double taxation. You will need a good CPA too. The activities you list require licensing by the State.
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