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Inc. & Grow Rich!

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C.W. "Al" Allen

Financial strategist, lecturer, and author, he simplifies the entire taxation process and shows how you as an entrepreneur can utilize the corporate tax codes effectively to slash your taxes by 70%. Al is one of the nations foremost experts on the benefits of incorporating small businesses. he is the founder, President and CEO of Sage inter

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Paperback, 240 pages
Published May 1st 1999 by Sage International
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D. B.
Jan 05, 2015 D. B. rated it it was ok
This book is hyped up to an absurd degree in Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Since I liked that book well enough, I thought it would be a nice supplement. It's not.

It reads a bit like haphazard PowerPoint presentations that are missing the charts and pictures. The information presented is scattershot and often repetitive. Worse than that, the book is about 15 years out of date and doesn't appear to have been updated. Unlike Rich Dad, Poor Dad, which is more of a general overview of financial intelligence (s
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Jeremy C.
Aug 27, 2011 Jeremy C. rated it liked it
The more I learn after having read this book, the more I realize almost all these tax advantages available to corporations are also available to sole proprietorships... so the book is kind of hype.
Steve
Aug 07, 2009 Steve rated it liked it
Fully 1/3 of the ideas in this book will land you in jail.
Julie Hernandez
Jul 02, 2014 Julie Hernandez rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: no one
Recommended to Julie by: Rich Dad, Poor Dad book
I am currently reading this book. So far, it has been hard to follow and the authors a) are ultra-positive without telling you the negatives, and b) take a long time to get to their point with each chapter, and then repeat themselves over and over.

That being said, the book seems like a lot of fluff that could be said with quite a bit fewer words, and it also is in a strange outline fashion that reminds me of grade school writing.

I have to take issue with the fact that they are recommending using
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Keri West
Jul 12, 2015 Keri West rated it did not like it
Shelves: non-fiction, business
Although it contains a lot of information, the book isn't well organized to be of any use. Each chapter is written by a different author and comes across as a glut of new information. The only common thread is the message: none of this may apply to your situation, please seek professional help. Which is my advice too: Skip the book and have a quick chat with a CPA instead.
John Humpton
May 24, 2016 John Humpton rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If you are operating a business, and considering growing or operating multiple businesses then read this book! Just do it. Then go buy it.
Paul
Sep 08, 2008 Paul rated it liked it
Why incorporating, instead of being self-employed, helps you make more money. Just factor in if making money is your goal.
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