Costs of Incorporating

Posted by: Rod Kurtz on May 17, 2006

Many small-business owners incorporate their businesses to protect themselves and their shareholders from liability. That way, their personal assets are safe from business creditors or lawsuits against their firms.

Before you incorporate, however, you should consider the costs of doing so. A look at the major costs and how they can vary with circumstances follows.

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ADANTE MOZZONI

May 29, 2006 4:43 PM

I'm a manager of a contact center in Argentina. I would like to know how I can start to work with American enterprises. Thanks, Adante Mozzoni

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