Friday, November 20, 2009

Part 5

Now that your postcard is done I would recommend that you spend $2.00 and go to a website called we are going to use this website to so that way we can record a message explaining in more detail what are readers will be getting when they buy our product.

You can hire voice talent or record the message yourself which is much cheaper but with voice talent you get a much clearer voice that is well trained it is your choice. Just go to google and type in voice talent if you decide you want that.

Once you have an recorded message you may want to hire someone to take orders for you or you can take orders yourself if you want to save money. Starting out I recommend taking orders yourself that way you can get an Idea on how to process orders yourself.

If you are wondering what you should say just go to google and type in product that you can order by phone and take note of how the people talk on the recorded message and the actual order takers, try

Now that you have your recorded message and you know how you are going to take orders I recommend getting a corp or LLc license for your business here is why straight from

How You Can Benefit from a Corporation or LLC

Regardless of their size, all businesses can benefit from incorporating. Typically, the reason most people form a legal business structure is to safeguard their personal assets. Incorporating or forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) helps you conduct your business free from worry that you might lose personal savings or possessions because of a business liability.

Advantages of Forming a Corporation or LLC

* Personal asset protection. Both corporations and LLCs allow owners to protect their personal assets. In a properly structured and managed company, owners should have limited liability for business debts and obligations.

* Improved credibility. Adding "Inc." or "LLC" after your business name can add instant authority. Consumers, vendors, and partners may prefer to do business with an incorporated company.

* Nationwide availability. All 50 states and the District of Columbia now recognize both corporations and LLCs.

* Name protection. In most states, other businesses may not file your exact corporate or LLC name in the same state.

* Ensured continuity. Corporations and LLCs exist perpetually, even if ownership or management changes. Sole proprietorships and partnerships end if an owner dies or leaves the business.

* Tax flexibility and savings. Corporations are taxed at a lower rate than individuals. Though profit and loss typically pass through an LLC and get reported on the personal income tax returns of owners, an LLC can also elect to be taxed as a corporation. Likewise, a corporation can avoid double taxation of corporate profits and dividends by electing Subchapter S tax status.

* Deductible expenses. Both corporations and LLCs may deduct normal business expenses, like salaries, before they allocate income to owners.

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