Benefit Corporations: Doing Good (and Potentially) Boosting Profits

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Becoming a benefit corporation won’t save you taxes. However, this new class of corporation may help you make more sales as you hold yourself accountable to your socially-conscious mission statements. You don’t have to be a charitable entity to get some love from your customers. They may appreciate your more official efforts to make the world a better place while still making a profit. Check out this video for a quick summary and for more information visit http://www.markjkohler.com.

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