LLC and Corporation Start-Up Guide
Filled with essential forms and advice, The LLC and Corporation Start-Up Guide will help you avoid problems and save you immeasurable amounts of time, effort and money. The LLC and Corporation Start-Up Guide is a must-have resource for the aspiring business owner who needs to know about organizing or incorporating his or her business. While anyone can start a new business venture, the smart proprietor knows that putting the right legal protections in place is the most important step for the business. --Learn advantages and disadvantages of setting up a corporation or an LLC --Protect yourself from personal liability --Master start-up procedures and tax regulations that you need to know --Discover step-by-step procedures for setting up your business --Learn how to run your business --Find out how to get more information from your state Additional features include: --An extensive appendix of the rules, fees, forms, and requirements for starting your own business --Specific information on each of the 50 states --Sample start-up forms Start your business ahead of the game! Mark Warda received his law degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He has written or co-authored more than seventy-five titles, including Incorporate in Florida and The Complete Nonprofit Corporation Kit.
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