I owned a Sole Proprietorship business and I filed my personal bankruptcy last year and Discharged last year. I want to restart my business again sometime soon. I have made an appointment local CPA. if I told them my bankruptcy Will I have refuse to work with me? or Should I necessary to tell them about my bankruptcy? Thank you for your time.
You should be honest and forthcoming with your accountant and your lawyer. They cannot properly help you without all the facts.
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I would guess that they will ask for money up front. You should probably start up your next business with some limited liability protection like an LLC.
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