Run Your Own Corporation


Learn how to legally operate and properly maintain your corporation into the future. Corporations and LLCs require ongoing maintenance for limited liability protection. You must be vigilant. This book is your road map and guide.




Product Description

  • Protect your corporate veil from the threat of personal liability
  • Handle all the payroll and accounting requirements
  • Deal with government audits and raids
  • Understand the rules involving employees and independent contractors
  • Use business deductions for your benefit

“I’ve set up my corporation. Now what do I do?”

If you have asked yourself this question, Run Your Own Corporation is the book to answer it. Written in an easy to follow, entertaining and educational format, this is the companion book to Garrett Sutton’s bestselling Start Your Own Corporation.

Follow the lives of three different couples as they start new companies all the way through their first five years in business. You will see real life examples of mistakes often made by new entrepreneurs, and the consequences of them. You will see these business owners learn, grow, struggle and succeed while learning about taxes, document retention, how to deal with local, state and federal governmental agencies, employee issues, customer recognition, legal matters, trademarks, insurance, business plans, corporate veil protection, stock sales, business credit, annual meetings, IRS audits and more.

Run Your Own Corporation shows you what to do, and what not to do, in very human terms throughout the early stages of your business. Learn from these business owners mistakes and you can save yourself thousands of dollars and many sleepless nights while freeing yourself to worry about what is really important, your business!

Reviews of Run Your Own Corporation

“Part survival guide, part cautionary tale, a volume in which every aspiring entrepreneur should invest.” KIRKUS REVIEW, Read the full review here.

Run Your Own Corporation is a must for any entrepreneur who wants to protect their business and see it grow in a sustainable way!” “–Pacific Book Review

About the Author

Garrett Sutton, Esq. is a corporate attorney, asset protection expert and best selling author of 10 books. He has sold more than 850,000 books to guide entrepreneurs and investors. For more than 29 years, Garrett Sutton has run his practice assisting others in protecting assets and maximizing financial goals. The companies he founded, Corporate Direct and Sutton Law Center, have helped more than 10,000 clients protect assets and incorporate businesses. Garrett is a member of the elite group of “Rich Dad Advisors” for bestselling author Robert Kiyosaki.

Garrett Sutton is the author of Start Your Own Corporation, Loopholes of Real Estate, Run Your Own Corporation, The ABC’s of Getting Out of Debt, Writing Winning Business Plans and Buying and Selling a Business in the Rich Dad Advisors series.

Resources from Run Your Own Corporation

Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Chapter One – B.C. (Before Corporation) Control and Corporate Veil, Choice of Entity, Hobby Loss Rules, Your Name
  • Chapter Two – A.D. (Activation Day) Taxation and Accounting Systems, Payroll Taxes, More Choice of Entity Issues
  • Chapter Three – Day One Records, EIN, Corporate Formalities
  • Chapter Four – Day Two Keeping your Books, Payroll Compliance, Personal Guarantees, Stationery
  • Chapter Five – Day Four Employee Issues
  • Chapter Six – First Week Capitalize Your Business, Home Office Deductions, Writing Contracts
  • Chapter Seven – Second Week Business Plans, Attracting Customers, Vehicle Deductions
  • Chapter Eight – One Month Extending Credit, Getting Paid, Building Business Credit, Protecting Your Website
  • Chapter Nine – First Quarter Personal Responsibility for Payroll Taxes, Trademarks, Business Insurance
  • Chapter Ten – Second Quarter OSHA, Business Gratitude
  • Chapter Eleven – Year One Protecting the Corporate Veil, Annual Filings, Annual Meetings, Business Travel, Education Expenses
  • Chapter Twelve – Year One End of Year Questions
  • Chapter Thirteen – Eighteen Months OSHA Returns, Awards, The Criminalization of Business Activity
  • Chapter Fourteen – Year Two Corporate Veil, IRS Audits, Corporate Notice and Lawsuits, Managers and Directors Review
  • Chapter Fifteen – Year Three Granting an Equity Stake, Stock Ledger, Record Retention, Social Media, Leadership
  • Chapter Sixteen – Year Five Exit and Legacy Strategies, Mergers, Asset Sales, Stock Sales
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix
  • Index