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Limited Liability Company

The LLC - or Limited Liability Company - is the newest form of business incorporation, and is often described as a combination of a corporation and a partnership.
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Advantages
  • Limited personal liability
  • Pass-through taxation
  • Flexible ownership structure
  • Less formalities and paperwork

S Corporation

An S corporation is a special type of corporation that draws its designation from Subsection S of the tax code. To start an S corporation, a small business owner starts a C corporation, then files for S corporation status with the IRS.
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Advantages
  • Limited personal liability
  • Perpetual existence
  • Better fringe benefits
  • Pass through taxation

C Corporation

A C corporation - often just called a generic corporation - is the oldest and one of the most common business entities. A C corporation is a completely separate tax and legal entity from its owners.
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Advantages
  • Limited personal liability
  • Perpetual existence
  • Better fringe benefits
  • Advantageous tax treatment

Nonprofit Corporation

A nonprofit corporation is a corporation whose principal purpose is public benefit. It provides a shield against potential liability for its directors, officers and employees.
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Advantages
  • Limited personal liability
  • Perpetual existence
  • Better fringe benefits
  • Exempt from federal income taxes