Hey guys, I asked alot of questions earlier this year about how to become a legal business. My parents think I should wait because I will have to pay taxes, but I will have to pay taxes anyways after a certain amount of money has been earned and cashed as checks, right? I don't like having to say I mow yards, I want to say I have a lawn care business. I want to atleast be a legal business even if I don't have insurance the first month into the season as I will be spending the majority of my money on a trailer, new push mower, auto insurance, trimmer and blower racks, etc. If anyone knows the procedures needed to become a business in Ohio and can lay them out step by step, I would deeply appreciate it. When I tried to find the answers in the past, I heard all kinds of ways to go about it. People also mentioned laywers and accounants. Do accountants and lawyers both set-up business'. What are their individual roles in the process. I know a teacher at school who is an accounant and thought I may be able to go through them if they were required for part of the process. I'm just not sure were to start. Also, if you can give me an idea as to how much it may cost, that would be nice to know. Thanks for any advice in advance.