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

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Macmillan, 1988 - Business & Economics - 258 pages
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It isn't necessary to be a big earner or a professional to incorporate, nor is it necessary to have a lawyer or an accountant. In Inc. Yourself, Judith H. McQuown shows that if one has a profit-making venture, she or he can enjoy huge savings and increased benefits by incorporating.

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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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