Form Your Own Corporation

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SphinxLegal, Jan 1, 2005 - Corporation law - 269 pages
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The most successful businesses incorporate. A corporation protects your assets, shields you from liability and allows you greater flexibility to achieve your goals. Best of all, doing it yourself is as simple as 1-2-3. Form Your Own Corporation is your easy-to-use, money-saving guide to start and maintain your own corporation.

Learn how to:
- Protect Yourself from Liability
- File the Correct Documents for Your State
- Maintain Proper Records and Bookkeeping
- Make Changes as Your Business Grows

Essential Documents you need to:
- Manage Your Day-to-Day Affairs
- Save on Fees, Taxes and Expenses
- Transfer Shares to Others
- Raise the Money You Need
- And much more . . .

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What a Corporation Is
Deciding to Incorporate
Choosing the Best Type of Corporation
StartUp Procedures
Selling Corporate Stock
Running a Corporation
Amending Corporate Information
Checklist for Forming a Simple Corporation
StatebyState Incorporation Laws
State Incorporation Forms
Corporate Forms
Ad Pages
How to Use the CDROM
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W. Kelsea Eckert received her law degree from Southern Illinois University. She is licensed to practice in Illinois and Florida. She currently resides in Orange Park, Florida.Arthur G. Sartorius, III received his law degree from the University of Florida. He currently resides in Jacksonville, Florida. Mark Warda received his law degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He currently resides in Clearwater, Florida. W. Kelsea Eckert was born in Carthage, Illinois in 1964 and was admitted to the Illinois Bar in 1988 and the Florida Bar in 1990. She was educated at Illinois State University (B.S., in 1985) and Southern Illinois University (J.D., in 1988). Ms. Eckert is the author of several books, including The Illinois Legal Filing Directory, Small Claims Court Without a Lawyer, How to Form Your Own Corporation, Getting Paid in Full, Lawsuits of the Rich and Famous, andSelling Internationally Without a Product. Kelsea is an international adoption coordinator for Lutheran Social Services of Northeast Florida. She helped start the international adoption agency and is now helping families from around the world. More on this program can be found at Ms. Eckert has served in the past as an adjunct instructor at Florida Community College of Jacksonville in the Legal Assisting Department, she has served on the board of Lutheran Social Services, has been involved in Big Brothers/Big Sisters and also various international programs. She has spoken in the past regularly on international trade, collection, and other business topics, and served as a Better Business Bureau arbitrator. Her legal experience includes matters relating to insurance subrogation recovery, commercial and consumer collection, general litigation, and transportation law. Kelsea is married to Larry Eckert and hastwo young children. Mark Warda has been a Florida attorney for over thirty years. He received his BA with Honors from the University of Illinois in Chicago and his JD from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He is the author of over seventy self-help law books. Today Mark is continuing to update his books and running Land Trust Service Corporation. He lives in Lake Wales, Florida with his wife Alexandra and his three year old son, Mark David. Arthur G. Sartorius, III practiced law for over 20 years in Florida, before retiring from that field. He presently resides in Rapid City, South Dakota were he serves as a minister in the Presbyterian Church of America. He has earned a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri, a Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida, and a Master of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary.

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