From the November 1947 magazine.

Incorporations: Their Uses and Misuses

Many an A.A. Group ruefully writes the New York General Office asking how to unscramble endless difficulties which have arisen over the incorporation and financing of clubs, drying-out places, educational projects, and like. Most sincerely, these Groups wish that they had never gone into business.

Once off to an awkward start, these difficulties are sometimes hard to cure. Still, if we intelligently use the experience we've already had, our newer Groups ought easily avoid these growing pains. The purpose of this piece is to assemble and focus our experience on these particular problems.

-- Bill W.

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