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What Is The Good Name Of A Incorporated Company?
Posted by Anonymous on
11/12/2012 at 3:07 AM ET
our company is named msp dones marketing, my boss would like to change our company to incorporated. i was thinking what are the examples of incorporated names of a company. thanks
11/12/2012 at 5:21 AM
Your boss is thinking about this. How long has he been "thinking" about this. My problem with bosses is that they usually think too much and do too little.
There are lots of names of companies that are incorporated. The thing to do is work out what effect it has on your customers. Because they make the decisions around here. Get that right and see your profits leap.
Let me know what the thinking behind his ideas are. Moriarty.
11/12/2012 at 11:42 AM
First, you might want to define "good".
Second, I think you'll find that incorporation refers to the status of a business, not its name.
If you incorporate your business the name can remain the same.
11/12/2012 at 1:48 PM
Are you asking about the differences between using Inc. and Corp. and the like?
Here's a link with answers:
11/13/2012 at 3:28 PM
It is way past time for your boss to talk to a lawyer re tax structures and liability implications before adding anything to the company name
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