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INC. YOURSELF: HOW TO PROFIT BY SETTING UP YOUR OWN CORPORATION - 11TH EDITION, 11/e

INC. YOURSELF: HOW TO PROFIT BY SETTING UP YOUR OWN CORPORATION - 11TH EDITION, 11/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9789325977570
  • 320 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5" x 8.5" inches
  • Book 350.00

"Everything You Need to Know to Take Charge of Your Career and Secure a Profitable Future Inc. Yourself is the longest-selling business book in the history of trade publishing. In continuous print since 1977, it has sold more than 700,000 copies to date. For 37 years, it has helped entrepreneurs and small business owners save thousands of dollars a year by incorporating. This 'entrepreneurial classic' (CNBC) is now completely revised and updated to help new and recent entrepreneurs. Written in clear, easy-to-understand language, Inc. Yourself is a no-nonsense, step-by-step guide to success. From selecting the right type of corporation for your business, to choosing the benefits to offer and designing the right pension plan, Inc. Yourself provides all information and guidance to take charge of your career and secure a profitable future."

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• Introduction • So You Want to Be a Corporation • Getting Ready • And Now, the Paperwork • Your Office: Home or Away? • Your Business Plan: Preparing for Success • Limited Liability Companies (LLCs): An Entity Growing in Popularity • How to Profit From Your S Corporation • Especially for Women and Minorities: Taking Advantage of Minority-Supplier Contracts and Business Incubators • Your Employees • “Free” Insurance • Medical Benefits • Your Best Tax-Sheltered Pension and Profit-Sharing Plans • But I Already Have a Keogh Plan! • Investing Your Corporate Surplus • Putting It All Together • Retire With the Biggest Tax Break Possible • Long-Term Planning for Yourself and Your Heirs • If You Should Die First • Back to the Future—and the Present • Appendix A: State Requirements for General Business and Professional Corporations • Appendix B: Sample Minutes and Bylaws for a Small Corporation