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The Best and Worst States to Incorporate a Business

Posted by William Byrnes on August 23, 2010


Why is this Topic Important to Financial Professionals?  This article will examine factors that either increase or decrease the desirability of any one of the fifty states in regards to the formation of a corporation.  Clients want a business climate that is economically efficient.  A financial professional should be able to provide clients at least a cursory explanation of the company law and tax differences among the states.

Please read my blogticle at Advisor FYI The Best and Worst States to Incorporate a Business

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Incorporation Basics for Closely Held Corporations

Posted by William Byrnes on August 19, 2010


Why is this Topic Important to Financial Professionals?  Common estate plans may include a business structure.  Helping clients form and manage structures allows a financial professional to more fully participate in clients’ planning.

Please read my blogticle at Advisor FYI Incorporation Basics for Closely Held Corporations

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