I incorporated because of the advice of my tax consultant, a former IRS revenue agent. She told me that I should incorporate because my income was over $30,000 a year.
I trusted her, so I signed the papers and incorporated. She charged me $1,435 for the incorporation service.
After some research in my office and then a further review of your tax course, I learned that I had made the wrong decision. First, I learned from my company that I could not ... Log in to view full article.