What to do when your startup fails

12/25/2012 | VentureBeat

There are certain steps you should take to shut down your startup's operations if it hasn't turned out to be a success, writes Ryan Bowers, founder of RFPattorney.com. You should read your company's corporate documents and store any important records, he writes. It's wise to work with an accountant, he advises.

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