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Own Your Own Corporation
Why the Rich Own Their Own Companies and Everyone Else Works for Them

by Garrett Sutton, Esq.
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      Once again, Robert Kiyosaki has struck gold with his choice of Garrett Sutton as an advisor in Kiyosaki's Rich Dad series. Sutton's approach to financial security begins with an in-depth examination of establishing corporations. Though one might think owning a corporation is reserved for the wealthy and those who have large holdings, Sutton shows how certain corporate structures are profitable for individuals seeking protection and financial security. Take notes when you listen to this 3 CD audiobook. It is intense and complicated and Sutton does his utmost to make the process and the choice understandable. Nonetheless, anyone thinking about forming a corporation will need more information and cautious advising from a professional. But Sutton, at the very least, presents enough clear information to let the potential corporate owner know the right questions to ask.

With each corporate structure, Sutton presents both obvious and hidden pitfalls, processes, uses, and legal requirements. Throughout, Sutton reminds the listener of the need for due diligence in the construction and maintaining of a corporation, and offers plenty of examples of individual small business owners who would have profited had they formed a corporation. This may not be the last piece of information a business owner needs, but it certainly is a valuable first place to start.

The Book

Hachette Audio
June 26, 2008
Abridged Audiobook 3 CDs / 3.5 HRs
1-60024-287-1 / 978-1600242878
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The Reviewer

Chris Querry
Reviewed 2008
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