An unincorporated business owned entirely by one person who is solely responsible for all of the debts and liabilities of the enterprise.
See Also: Fictitious Business Name, General Partnership
What are the differences between a professional entity and a "regular" corporation or LLC in California.
Rules regarding professional entities are mostly established at the state-level and, as a result, regulations vary tremendously state-by-state.
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