Whenever the question of incorporation comes up, many small business owners almost instinctively recoil. But, the reality is that incorporating your small business has some big ramifications, and in many cases it is a necessary part of running a business even if you never plan on selling stock.

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Written by Carol_Amato
694 days ago

Hey Adam,

Great info! We already had an S-Corp from our other businesses, so we put my Internet marketing biz under that, or I probably would have gone sole proprietor in the beginning.

Thanks for sharing. :)

-Carol Amato



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