Millions of companies have incorporated, benefiting from this highly effective method for protecting owners' assets and avoiding liabilities. Every year, tens of thousands of corporations are formed. However, the risks are substantial for those who won't do it right and neglect to regularly address corporate maintenance as protection from liability. Don't make this mistake.
This must-have resource offers practical tips and proven advice on the do's and don'ts (as well as the forms and tools) or corporate operations and maintenance. Our experts help you understand the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating in your state, based on corporate laws and tax structure. Packed with information, this guide:
This invaluable handbook is an ideal resource for those seeking to create a small corporation as well as for owners of existing corporations who need effective methods of keeping up-to-date records.
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I was thinking of forming a corporation for a small business I have. I called the small business development center in the small town where I live. Most towns have these; ours is run by the university. I asked about incorporation. He said that going through an attorney is obviously the best solution. "That will cost," he said, "around $600. The attorneys have this more or less standard form on their computers. They will fill in the blanks and send it in for you. Or," he continued, "I have a book in my office that tells you how to do it yourself." I asked if anyone using his book had ever had any trouble. "No," he answered.
Back in his office he pulled out this book. Someone had already ripped off the CD that came with it. I could type the forms in the book into my computer. Instead, I went across the street to the bookstore. Twenty bucks saved a lot of typing.
It's certainly not the most interesting book I've read, but $20 rather than $600. What more can I say?
--John Matlock, Books On-Line
Roger L. Brooks (Binghamton, New York) is a respected loyalty strategist with more than 15 years of experience in developing, supporting, and implementing customer loyalty and rewards programs. He has worked with esteemed companies such as GE Capital, Sam's Club, Chase Universal MasterCard, and Mirabito Fuel Group, and he currently serves as the vice president of loyalty marketing for ValueCentrics Marketing Group, Inc. (VCMG), managing growth for existing clients including GE Money, SAKS FIFTH AVENUE, and Fidelity National Information Services. A valued voice in his field, Brooks is a contributing writer to a variety of industry trade magazines including Loyalty Management, NACS Magazine, Convenience Store News and CSP Magazine, as well as publisher of weekly ezine Everywhere Loyalty, subscribed to by more than 10,000 business executives.
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