How to incorporate and start a business in Pennsylvania
In today's economy, corporations enjoy many advantages over other business organizations, such as proprietorships or partnerships. But is corporate designation really appropriate for you and your business?How to Incorporate and Start a Business covers every aspect of incorporation. Each book in the series offers specific information on a single state -- so that readers get the information they need about their state's regulations and business conditions. Readers will literally be able to start up and run a business just by following the guidelines in each book.Each volume includes general information on starting and operating your business, beginning with the basics of choosing the right opportunity for you, how and why to incorporate, and federal rules and regulations that must be followed regarding tax strategies and employee relations.Most important, there is fully comprehensive, state-specific information, which highlights whether your state recognizes the "S" corporation; state regulations regarding licensing, excise taxes, and buying an existing business; and state laws that oversee each type of corporation or partnership.With hundreds of money-saving tax strategies and proven business advice, this is a series that you can't afford to pass up.
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Selecting the Best Operating Entity
Five Steps to Incorporating Your Business
Raising Capital for Your Business
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