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Thomas Harlan, shown the offices of Madigan, Dahl & Harlan in downtown Minneapolis,advises solo attorneys to set up a corporation. This allows you to defer income and do all of your own wage withholding. “There are accounting advantages to an LLC, but personally I would go with a corporation.” (Staff photo: Bill Klotz)
Thomas Harlan, shown the offices of Madigan, Dahl & Harlan in downtown Minneapolis,advises solo attorneys to set up a corporation. This allows you to defer income and do all of your own wage withholding. “There are accounting advantages to an LLC, but personally I would go with a corporation.” (Staff photo: Bill Klotz)

Solo Practice: What kind of business are you in?

Choosing a business entity for your solo practice.

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