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Subject:Re: Incorporated: Information Needed From:tomb -at- ssllc -dot- com To:techwr-l Date:Fri, 16 Jun 2000 07:47:15 -0700
I was advised to read the books listed below. Kiyosaki's book doesn't
directly address incorporating but it does offer a different perspective on
managing money and creating wealth.
Check your local public library.
Allen, CW. Inc. & Grow Rich. ISBN 0967187109.
Kiyosaki, Robert T. Rich Dad, Poor Dad. ISBN 0446677450
As Peter commented, "See a competent professional in your state."
Every man is a captain on a calm sea. -Hemingway
> >"Christensen, Kent" wrote:
> > re: I want to start my own business (eventually) and I would like to know
> > how one becomes "Incorporated."
> Peter wrote:
> See a competent professional in your state. I often see a lot of well
> intentioned misinformation posted in various lists. Make sure the the
> professional is qualified. Not all attorneys and even not all
> accountants understand the ramifications of the various choices you
> have. I have seen some awful messes created through bad advice in this