Rich Dad Advisor's Series: Own Your Own Corporation: Why the Rich Own Their Own Companies and Everyone Else Works for Them

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Grand Central Publishing, Jul 1, 2002 - Business & Economics - 352 pages
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OWN YOUR OWN CORPORATION reveals the legal secrets and strategies that the rich have used for generations to run their businesses and protect their assets. Written in a clear and easily understandable style, and now completely revised and updated to reflect important changes in rules and regulations, OWN YOUR OWN CORPORATION provides the necessary knowledge to save thousands of dollars in taxes and protect your family assets from the attacks of creditors.

OWN YOUR OWN CORPORATION illustrates how to:



  • Select the best entity for your own personal strategy
  • Maximize the incredible benefits of corporations for asset protection and tax savings
  • Raise money for your new venture
  • Use employment agreements for your benefit
  • Easily prepare and maintain corporate records
 

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Contents

Foreword byRobert Kiyosaki
Introduction
Chapter 1Your Entity Menu
Good Entities
Corporations
Limited Liability Companies
Limited Partnership
Chapter 2How to Take Maximum Advantage of a C Corporation
Appendix
Alaska
Arizona
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
Florida

Chapter 3How to Use an S Corporation Without Fear of Failure
S Corporation Eligibility Requirements
Net Operating Loss
Sale or Exchange of Stock
Chapter 4Using Nevada Corporations to Your Maximum Advantage and the Benefits of Multiple Corporation Strategies
But What About Delaware?
Doing Business in Your State
Doing Business in Your State and Borrowing Money from Nevada Inc
One Final Point on Maximizing Corporate Benefits
Chapter 5Organizational Steps for Forming a Corporation Limited Liability Company and Limited Partnership
Limited Liability Companies
Limited Partnerships
Chapter 6How a Charging OrderWorks to Your Advantage
Chapter 7The Importance ofCorporate Formalities
Minutes of Meetings
Chapter 8Protect Your Entity Name
Mark Searches
Costs
Chapter 9Raising Money
Limited Partnership
Corporations
LP and LLC Investor Rounds
Nasdaq SmallCap Listing Requirements
Nasdaq National Market Listing Requirements
OTC Bulletin Board Listing Requirements
Chapter 10Know Who Your Directors and Officers Are
Chapter 11How to Deal with All ofthe Employee Issues
Employment Agreements and Considerations
Who Should Sign an Employment Agreement?
Employment Law Primer
Employee Benefit Plans
EquityBased Benefits
Chapter 12How to Use aBuySell Agreement
Chapter 13What Happensat the End
Limited Liability Company
But Why Dissolve?
Chapter 14Some MiscellaneousTraps and Thoughts
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maryland
Massachusetts
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
North Dakota
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
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Garrett Sutton is an Attorney with over 20 years experience in assisting individuals and businesses to determine their corporate structure, limit their liability, protect their assets and achieve their personal and professional goals

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