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Sorry, Hook ....

I'll explain a little more...the business would be dipping chocolate and candy sales.

...I don't think liability will be a big concern currently, yet.

As a sole proprietor - I would include the income or loss on my end of our joint tax return and only I could write-off business expenses.

As partners we would report 50-50 on our returns and we both could write-off business expenses.

Corporation-?, LLC-? maybe there is an easier way?

(Rent part) ...and I would be setting up half of our basement with dipping and cooling trays, storage of chocolate, printing labels, packaging the product for distribution. Currently, we are renting this house as our primary resident.

Thank you for your time.

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