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Incorporate & Grow Rich! Paperback – May 1, 2000
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About the Author
C.W. Allen, Financial Strategist, Author and Lecturer. As Founder of Sage International, Inc., a financial education company based in Reno, Nevada he was devoted to teaching entrepreneurs how to maximize the tax code to slash their taxes and what you must do if you want to achieve true Financial Freedom. Cheri S. Hill, President and CEO (Chief Empowerment Officer!) of Sage International, Inc. is creator of the educational series: After the Inc. Dries...®; and host of the highly acclaimed, SageAdvisers® Teleseminar Series. She is a much sought after public speaker due to her wonderful ability to simplify the intricate aspects of incorporating. For over 15 years, Cheri has taught thousands of entrepreneurs, sole-proprietors, investors and professionals how to properly structure their business and personal assets to safely grow, protect and leverage their hard-earned wealth. Diane Kennedy, CPA established a reputation by devoting her practice to helping small business learn the secrets that big businesses know. As an owner, investor and real estate developer, Diane practices daily in her personal and business life what she gives to her clients and shares throughout this book.
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This book is NOT a how-to book on incorporation. If that's what you are expecting look elsewhere.
What this book is, and what it does a very good job of, is to introduce many concepts that a person needs to consider before starting a new business. As well, it will help guide you in those first few years until your business is running successfully and you've mastered these concepts. It will also provide you with basic knowledge in the many areas where you should be seeking advice from professionals, and the types of things you should be asking them.
Refer to the review by Doug Davidson (Nov. 15, 2003) for a great and accurate explanation of what is contained in this book.
Finally, while the authors do promote their own company as a resource, it's not beyond the norm for this type of book and it's certainly not done in an over-the-top manner. Whether or not you decide to seek their services, you will be armed with the information you need to seek services from professional accountants, tax advisers, and strategic planners.
If you are planning to start your own business, or if you have a small business and are thinking of incorporation, this book is for you. You won't be disappointed.
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