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Brexit EU referendum polling stations.
Jun 23, 2016 - 7:51 PM - by ceptimus
It's referendum day today in the UK. We are voting on whether to remain part of the European Union or leave it.

The Guardian has run a nice photo montage of some of the more quirky places that have been set up as polling stations where people go to cast their votes.


I have a postal vote that I sent in a couple of weeks ago so I didn't need to go to my local station - which is a fairly boring one in a local school.
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I have a lawyer type question-Naming a corporation
Jun 21, 2016 - 2:28 AM - by curses
My CPA has suggested that I set up an S Corp (we discussed it at tax time, so it's not just out of the blue). I currently use my first and last name as my business name and for freelance photographers this is generally how we work.

Ye Olde Legale Zoome is asking me to choose a name (I'm pretty sure all corps have some version of Inc tacked on). I'd like to continue using my first and last name for business. Do I make up another name and then do a DBA?

Not sure if any of our lovely :ff: law types know the ins and outs but I thought I'd ask here first cause you guys are lovely and stuff. I can pay you in :thanked:!
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