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Incorporate Your Business: A Legal Guide to Forming a Corporation in Your State (Incorporate Your Business)

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Synopsis:

Incorporate Your Business lays out everything you need to know about corporate laws and regulations in your state, clearly explaining:

.why and when to incorporate

.how to prepare and file articles of incorporation, prepare bylaws and corporate records, and issue stock

.what you need to know about corporate taxation, including distribution of stock and stock options

.whether or not to elect S corporation tax status

.how to incorporate an existing business

Plus, you can save thousands of dollars in attorneys' fees by incorporating a business yourself -- Incorporate Your Business guides you through each step. In the end, your business will enjoy a number of advantages, including:

Limited Liability

Incorporating your business limits personal liability for business debts — this means owners are not normally financially liable for business debts and court judgments.

Tax Advantages

You can split business income between yourself and your corporation, thereby lowering income taxes.

Access to Capital

Corporations have better access to private venture capital than any other type of business. They are also well positioned to raise capital by selling shares to the public.

Employee Perks

The owners of a corporation who work for the business are treated as employees. They can take advantage of tax-deductible, corporate-paid benefits such as:

.pension plans

.stock-option and stock bonus plans

.medical expense reimbursement

.term life insurance coverage

Incorporate Your Business provides the forms you need, including articles of incorporation, bylaws, minutes, stock certificates and resolutions.

This edition is revised and updated to cover all changes in state, federal, and tax law. Additionally, the 50-state appendix found in previous editions has been redesigned for ease of use, including updated information on all 50 states' corporate filing offices, securities offices, and corporate law statues. Forms are available to download at nolo.com

About the Author

Northern California

Table of Contents

Your Legal Companion for Incorporating
1 Choosing the Right Legal Structure for Your Business
2 How Corporations Work
3 Understanding Corporate Taxes
4 Seven Steps to Incorporation
5 After You Form Your Corporation
6 Lawyers and Accountants
Appendixes
A State Incorporation Resources

B How to Use the Interactive Forms at Nolo.com

C Forms Included as Tear-Outs and as Forms at Nolo.com

Index

Product Details

ISBN:
9781413319002
Author:
Mancuso, Anthony, Attorney
Publisher:
NOLO
Author:
Mancuso, Anthony
Subject:
Small Business
Subject:
Business-Business Law General
Subject:
Corporation, limited liability, shares
Edition Description:
Seventh Edition
Publication Date:
20130531
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
320
Dimensions:
11 x 8.5 x 1 in 1.75 lb

Related Subjects

Business » Business Law
Business » Small Businesses » General
Business » Small Businesses » Operations
Business » Start Up Business
History and Social Science » Law » Legal Guides and Reference

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Incorporate Your Business lays out everything you need to know about corporate laws and regulations in your state, clearly explaining:

.why and when to incorporate

.how to prepare and file articles of incorporation, prepare bylaws and corporate records, and issue stock

.what you need to know about corporate taxation, including distribution of stock and stock options

.whether or not to elect S corporation tax status

.how to incorporate an existing business

Plus, you can save thousands of dollars in attorneys' fees by incorporating a business yourself -- Incorporate Your Business guides you through each step. In the end, your business will enjoy a number of advantages, including:

Limited Liability

Incorporating your business limits personal liability for business debts — this means owners are not normally financially liable for business debts and court judgments.

Tax Advantages

You can split business income between yourself and your corporation, thereby lowering income taxes.

Access to Capital

Corporations have better access to private venture capital than any other type of business. They are also well positioned to raise capital by selling shares to the public.

Employee Perks

The owners of a corporation who work for the business are treated as employees. They can take advantage of tax-deductible, corporate-paid benefits such as:

.pension plans

.stock-option and stock bonus plans

.medical expense reimbursement

.term life insurance coverage

Incorporate Your Business provides the forms you need, including articles of incorporation, bylaws, minutes, stock certificates and resolutions.

This edition is revised and updated to cover all changes in state, federal, and tax law. Additionally, the 50-state appendix found in previous editions has been redesigned for ease of use, including updated information on all 50 states' corporate filing offices, securities offices, and corporate law statues. Forms are available to download at nolo.com

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