Incorporating Your Talents: A Guide to the One-person Corporation Or how to Lead a Sheltered Life

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McGraw-Hill, 1984 - Law - 243 pages
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Discusses the laws governing incorporation and supplies guidance for individuals on forming a personal corporation in order to save money on taxes

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Robert A. Esperti and Renno L. Peterson are known internationally for their estate and wealth strategies planning expertise. They live respectively in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and Sarasota, Florida. They are the founders of the National Network of Estate Planning Attorneys and the Esperti Peterson Institute of Estate and Wealth Strategies Planning, and are the publishers of CONSPECTUS CURRENT, "The Journal of the Estate and Wealth Strategies Planning Professions".

They are also the senior principals in Esperti Peterson & Cahoone, a National Law Firm and Partnership of Professional Corporations, and Esperti Peterson Consulting, Inc., a wealth strategies design firm specializing in serving the planning needs of the world's affluent families. Widely known to the general public and planning practitioners in the multidisciplinary professions of law, accounting, and financial and insurance planning, Esperti and Peterson are the world's most prolific and creative estate planning authors.

They are the authors of 23 books, including the best-selling "Loving Trust", "The Living Trust Revolution: Why America Is Abandoning Wills and Probate", "The Living Trust Workbook", and a number of multi-volume professional treatises. Esperti and Peterson are dedicated to meeting the estate and wealth strategies planning needs of affluent client families, and are widely sought for their practice and lecture skills as they impart the depth of their unique knowledge.

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