Item description for Ultimate Guide to Incorporating in Any State by Michael Spadaccini...
In this authoritative handbook, business legal expert Michael Spadaccini gives the business professional all the tools necessary to plan, organize, form, operate, and maintain a basic corporation in any of the 50 states. Filled with model documents that can be easily customized using the enclosed CD-ROM, this easy-to-use kit also provides information and assistance regarding the ongoing responsibilities of running a corporation to give you a complete package.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.8" Width: 8.3" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Sep 8, 2004
Publisher Entrepreneur Press
ISBN 1932531181 ISBN13 9781932531183
Availability 0 units.
More About Michael Spadaccini
Michael Spadaccini (San Diego, CA) has practiced business, trademark, securities, and Internet law in California since 1993. In addition to his popular self-help guides, he is the author of "The Complete Corporate Guide: Incorporate in Any State" and edits a newsletter entitled "The Securities Law Report", available at www.learnaboutlaw.com.
Michael Spadaccini currently resides in San Diego, in the state of California. Michael Spadaccini was born in 1964.
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Spent $20, Saved $600 Nov 19, 2004
I was thinking of forming a corporation for a small business I have. I called the small business development center in the small town where I live. Most towns have these, ours is run by the university.
I asked about incorporation, he said that going through an attorney is obviously the best solution. "That will cost," he said, "around $600. The attorneys have this more or less standard form on their computers, they will fill in the blanks and send it in for you." "Or," he continued, "I have a book here that tells you how to do it yourself." I asked if anyone using his book had ever had any trouble. "No," he answered.
He pulled out this book. Someone had already ripped off the CD that came with it. I could type the forms in the book into my computer, instead I went across the street to the bookstore. Twenty bucks saved a lot of typing.
It's certainly not the most interesting book I've read, but $20 rather than $600. What more can I say?