9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on April 20, 2010
I have to say I'm disappointed with this book. For a book with a title of "LLC or Corporation" you would think it'll have a great amount of info on LLCs and Corps and side to side comparisons. Instead, half the book is filled with info on Sole Proprietorship and Partnerships, just like any book that provides info on creating your own business. Part 2 of the book addresses converting your business from one entity to another. Again, equal amount of info was given on Sole Proprietorship and Partnerships. I have no gripes against the quality of the info, just that this is not what the title of the book made you believe it's suppose to be. They need to delete the "LLC or Corporation" part of the book title and make bigger the second title "How to Choose the Right Form for Your Business". Waste of time and extra paper.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on June 2, 2009
He discusses California. It costs $800/year to maintain an LLC, plus, they apparantly tax gross income. It's hard to understand advantages of the LLC in California for a small start up. Why not just form an S corporation? Anyway, an excellent book, and, I am still studying it. I would buy it again.