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A comprehensive book describing principal forms of business, including sample agreements, forms and checklists, such as: a limited partnership agreement, a management agreement, a limited liability company operating agreement, articles of incorporation, sample minutes, bylaws, an indemnity agreement, a stock purchase agreement, and much more.

Look Inside: What Structure Makes the Most Sense? Choice of Name, Choice of Business Entity, Sole Proprietorships, Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies, Corporations, Corporate Management, Corporate Records, Changes in Corporate Matters, Tax Matters, and Doing Business in Other States.

Powerful New Voice: Although this is her debut how-to and do-it-yourself book, Carrington's writing is remarkably accomplished, and through her expertise, she manages to give voice to struggling entrepreneurs and small business owners searching for the American dream and then helping them keeping it alive.

By carefully considering the forms of business entities that are available and then intelligently choosing an appropriate one, the entrepreneur can reduce exposure to liabilities, save taxes, and launch the business in a form capable of being financed and conducted efficiently. The sooner a choice is made, the more flexibility and wider selection the business owner will have. Moreover, formalizing a business helps prevent misunderstandings among the participants by defining ownership roles and duties in the business.

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