RANT: There is so much to starting a business that it's beginning to take its toll on me. I just keep finding out more crap. I thought I could just start a business with a manager and some employees but no! There's nightmarish paperwork to be done. I need an attorney, then I need investors, then those investors appoint board members, then those board members appoint a president secretary and a treasurer for my company, MY COMPANY! Oh and the board can fire you, even if you're the CEO of the company which you started with your money time labor blood sweat and tears. WOW! QUESTION: But anyways, I'm a little confused, why do so many businesses need a bookkeeper or an accountant if the board of your company appoints a treasurer anyway? Is it because my business will be a corporation? Also, who pays the treasurer?