Incorporating Your Business

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Contemporary Books, 1980 - Business & Economics - 184 pages
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In simple everyday language, Incorporating Your Business describes all the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating your small business or professional practice. You get authentic information about every step of the incorporating process: what it costs; whether or not to incorporate with a lawyer; how to meet incorporation regulations in your state; how many directors and officers to have; and how to minimalize state fees and taxes. Its dozens of money-saving ideas include: How to get the most favorable tax treatment and avoid problems with the I.R.S. How to put family members on your payroll for overall tax savings How to choose the right corporation structure best suited for your business--the Subchapter S corporation, the 1244 corporation, and the professional corporation, among others In addition, this book provides you with complete appendices for: Accounting and legal terms used in establishing and operating a corporation Bylaws that can be used or easily adapted to suit your business Minutes, notices, and proxy forms for meetings of shareholders and directors Sections of the I.R.S. code that deal with corporations John Kirk is a distinguished writer on business and financial subjects and is author of the bestseller How to Manage Your Money. He was assisted by the editors of The Professional Repor, the highly respected monthly publication for business owners.

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Contents

Five Basic Reasons
9
The Incorporation Process
19
Regulations to Observe
43
Copyright

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JOHN KIRK is Research Fellow at the Working Lives Research Institute, London Metropolitan University, U.K., and a tutor in adult education.

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