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LLC or Inc for surgical first assist business in NJ

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Hi all, I'm looking into starting a surgical first assist business. It will be basically a company of one, myself. I have read if you are a professional who requires any type of license to work in a specific state, then it'll be better to PLLC or Inc your business and not LLC. I live and work in NJ and will not be traveling outside of my state to work. Which type of business is the best for me? PLLC, LLC, Inc? Any advise would be greatly appreciated. 

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I'm a PA working primarily in Orthopedics as a first assist but am also getting experience in Bariatrics.   Was interested to hear if you ever got your first assist business up and running?  I currently work in Sacramento where there is great potential for a business like this.  Hope to hear from ya soon.



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