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> re: I want to start my own business (eventually) and I would like to know
> how one becomes "Incorporated."
Have you considered going with a DBA (Doing Business As)/Sole Proprietorship
instead of incorporating? You don't need a lawyer, there's a very small fee
for registering the business name, and you file taxes as an individual so
it's very straight forward and hassle free.