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Whether your business is big or small, incorporating isn’t as simple as it could be. This handy reference makes incorporation make sense, and guides you through...
Whether your business is big or small, incorporating isn’t as simple as it could be. This handy reference makes incorporation make sense, and guides you through the process step by step. From handling the mountain of paperwork to getting back to business once you’re finished, Incorporating Your Business For Dummies offers a wealth of helpful advice on these and many more topics:
Written by the experts at The Company Corporation, who handle more than 100,000 incorporations every year, this helpful book offers the kind of advice you can only get from professionals — but in a user-friendly, lingo-free format. Whether you just want a little help with the paperwork, or don’t even know what a corporation is, you’ll find everything you need to know:
If you want step-by-step help on setting up your corporation, dealing with the paperwork, and getting off on the right foot, Incorporating Your Business For Dummies is the only resource you need. Packed with the kind of tips and advice you’ll find nowhere else, it’s the uncomplicated way to get incorporated.
PART I: Is a Corporation Really for Me?
Chapter 1: What's a Corporation?
Chapter 2: Choosing an Entity That Works for Your Business.
Chapter 3: Getting My Ducks in a Row -- A Pre-incorporation Checklist.
PART II: How Do I Incorporate?
Chapter 4: Who Can Help Me Incorporate?
Chapter 5: Where, Oh Where Should I Incorporate?
Chapter 6: Winning the Name Game.
Chapter 7: Getting Down to Business with the Articles of Incorporation.
Chapter 8: Getting to the Nitty-Gritty with Your Bylaws.
Chapter 9: Capitalizing Your Corporation.
Chapter 10: Doing Business in Other States.
PART III: I've Incorporated My Business, Now What?
Chapter 11: Conducting an Organizational Meeting.
Chapter 12: Getting Started: Numbers, Elections, Registration.
Chapter 13: Shareholders: Do's and Don'ts.
Chapter 14: Preparing Shareholder Agreements.
Chapter 15: Understanding the Role of Directors and Officers.
Chapter 16: Director and Shareholder Meetings.
Chapter 17: Getting Money (And Other Items of Value) In and Out of the Corporation.
PART IV: Compliance Issues -- The Paper Trail Continues.
Chapter 18: Documenting Corporate Actions.
Chapter 19: Corporate Record Keeping.
Chapter 20: Getting Your Financial Information in Order.
Chapter 21: Closing Up Shop.
Chapter 22: Who Can Help Me with Corporate Compliance Matters?
PART V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Locate and Retain a Good Professional Team.
Chapter 24: Ten Things You Never Want to Do with Your Corporation.
Chapter 25: Ten Common-sense Principles to Incorporate and Live Each Day By.
Appendix A: Sample Forms.
Appendix B: Resources.
Appendix C: Glossary.
Book Registration Information.
Posted May 6, 2003
This is one of the better incorporation books. It discusses the role of bylaws, meeting minutes and other formalities. It is very readable and has sold information.
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