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This 14 page booklet provides specific information about starting a Non-Profit in Michigan.  It is produced by the Non-Profit Association of Michigan.

This is a very helpful booklet for entrepreneurs who are trying to start a non-profit or who are involved in the operation of a non-profit.

This booklet is produced by the Michigan Small Business and Technology Center to provide information and guidance to entrepreneurs starting a business in Michigan. 

While it is a bit old (published in 2009), it still is a helpful document. We also recommend that you go to http://www.michiganbusiness.org/start-up/business-assistance/#section1  where you will find the most up to date information. 

This booklet will help you develop a plan for your business. 

Yamane Championship Mixed Martial Arts (YCMMA)

At the age of six, Niall Yamane began learning karate from his dad. His dad taught him every aspect of the art and helped him development: discipline, character, integrity, endurance, courtesy and respect, the key fundamentals of karate. Many years later, Nial, a partner at a top litigation firm moved to Alabama with his wife and decided to pursue his dream of starting his own small business. Having no business experience, Nial turned to SCORE to help make his dream, Yamane Championship Mixed Martial Arts, a reality.

http://www.ycmma.com/

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My Location
Daphne AL
United States
Employees
5
My Successes

YCMMA opened its doors in March 2011, in 2012 the small business began to generate a profit. Over past two years since its opening, YCMMA has won numerous state and national championships. YCMMA was also recognized by SCORE as the 2014 Outstanding Small Business Launched by an Encoure Entrepreneur.

What's Great About My Mentor?

Niall says Yamane Mixed Martial Arts would have not succeeded without the help of his SCORE mentors. "We would not have succeeded business wise if we did not have the demographic information of SCORE. Also both mentors always made themselves available on a weekly basis and provided countless hours of consulting time! I lost count of the hours I met with them."

How SCORE Helped

With the help of his mentors, Marvin Wilder and Marion Smith, helped Nial address key components of building a successful business. Nial mentors assisted him with building a financial and marketing plan that would help with the success of YCMMA.

          After working for a large accounting firm for many years, I’ve decided to go out on my
own and specialize in helping small businesses with their accounting and financial needs.
Initially, it will be just me, and to keep expenses down and be able to better manage my young
son, I’m thinking about operating out of my home. What are the pros and cons?


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About the Author

         This column is brought to you by the Merrimack Valley Chapter of SCORE, with nearly
70 current and former business executives available to provide free, confidential, one-on-one
business mentoring and training workshops for area businesses. Call 603-666-7561 or visit
merrimackvalley.score.org for information on mentoring, upcoming workshops and volunteer
opportunities. SCORE is a national, non-profit organization and a resource partner of the U. S.
Small Business Administration.

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Q: What are limited liability companies (“LLCs”), and what should businesses know about them?

A: LLCs are a new type of business entity that emerged in the early 1990s. They have many important legal and tax characteristics, but the key ones are these:

About the Author

John Cunningham is a N.H. business lawyer whose practice is focused on LLC law and tax. He chaired the N.H. Business and Industry Association committee that drafted the Revised New Hampshire Limited Liability Company Act, a radical revision of New Hampshire LLC law that went into effect on January 1st. LLCs are, by a wide margin, the entities of choice for N.H. business start-ups

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