Should new business owners incorporate in Delaware?

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One question I frequently receive from people seeking to start a new business is whether they should incorporate that new business in Delaware. They frequently hear vague notions of the benefits of incorporation in Delaware but haven't heard any definitive statement on why they should or shouldn't choose Delaware as their state of incorporation. My advice most times is to incorporate in the home state of their business (usually the company's headquarters).

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