Inc. Yourself: How to Profit by Setting Up Your Own Corporation

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Broadway Books, 1999 - Business & Economics - 281 pages
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The completely revised 9th edition of the bestselling classic (over 500,000 copies in print), Inc. Yourself is the most comprehensive, user-friendly guide to the tax breaks and legal benefits of incorporation.

Whether you're building a company with many products and employees or you're self-employed, Inc. Yourself can show you how to take advantage of the tax breaks and legislation that benefit start-up ventures. This latest version of the bestselling classic includes:
-- new information on pension plans
-- choices of business organization, and investing your corporate surplus for maximum tax-free income
-- changes in tax law over the past three years
-- specific advice for women and minorities
-- sample forms, letters, and interactive worksheets to help you tailor the book's suggestions to your own circumstances

Inc. Yourself is the ultimate guide to incorporation -- easily, intelligently, and profitably.

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Contents

Getting Ready
17
And Now the Paperwork
39
How to Profit from Your S Corporation 73
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About the author (1999)

Former Wall Street analyst and New York City Senior Investment Analyst, Judith H. McQuown, became exasperated by the glass ceiling women faced and formed Judith H. McQuown & Co., Inc. Her business provides writing and editorial services to the financial and publishing industries. She is the author of eight other books and conducts "Inc. Yourself" seminars nationwide.

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