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Think Before You Inc. — Why and How to Incorporate Your Business


Most businesses are sole proprietorships, but while they may be easy to run, they do have their drawbacks.

Incorporating your business as a corporation, limited liability company (LLC), S-corp, or other business type can effectively turn your business into its own, separate legal entity, so it becomes responsible for its own debts and obligations—helping protect your personal property and reduce your liability.

In this Blue Cast webinar, we’ll show you what you need to know about incorporation in a few short minutes.

Here’s What You’ll Learn

  • Why you should incorporate your business
  • Which business type may work best for you
  • How to decide in which state you’ll incorporate
  • How to file for incorporation
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