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When aspiring entrepreneurs make the decision to start a business, they are offered advice by their loved ones and peers, and they get the information only in pieces - and it is often incorrect. In this book, you'll get a step-by-step guide to incorporating a business.

You'll learn:

  • What incorporating is
  • Why incorporating is important
  • The different business entity types
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Obligations when forming into a corporation
  • DBAs
  • And much more!

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Do not buy this book

This book only teaches you the definition of LLC, limited liability, partnership etc... literally just the definition that I can find on google. Only the first 15 minutes of this 3-4 hour book talks about this. The rest of the time it’s about how to market, customer analysis and a few other things that is so generic that a middle schooler would be like duh. I bought this book to learn incorporating and that’s it. I’m going to ask for a refund