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How to Start a Business in Georgia contains simple explanations of everything you need to know about federal and Georgia laws to start your own enterprise. From choosing the form of your business to state and federal taxes, this book simplifies the start-up process, saving you headaches, time and money. Complete with step-by-step instructions and the forms you need, this book makes starting your own business in Georgia inexpensive and hassle-free. This book explains in simple language: State and federal licenses you need Registering the name of your business Choosing the form of your business Intellectual property and trademarks Contract laws Insurance laws Workers' compensation laws Advertising and promotion rules Health and safety laws Employment and labor laws Collections laws Tangible and intangible property taxes Sales tax collections Georgia taxes Federal income, employment and unemployment taxesUsing Self-Help Law Books
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Charles T. Gidiney (September 5, 1813 – June 1900) was an untrained African-American mathematician who made his living as a whitewasher.
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