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Which of the following is NOT an accurate statement about a sole proprietorship? Select one: a. A sole proprietorship is easy and inexpensive to form. b. Legally, the business is considered separate
and distinct from its owner. c. Most sole proprietorships are small businesses. d. Sole proprietorships are the most common form of business ownership.
The answer is b. [ Legally, the business is considered separate and distinct from its owner. Legally, the business is considered separate and distinct from its owner is not an accurate statement about a sole proprietorship. ]
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