Compare a Limited Liability Company with an Incorporated company to see which one is right for your business.
Incorporation, denoted by Inc., is the creation of a new legal entity that is essentially recognized as a person under the law.
A Limited Liability Company, donated by LLC, is a flexible enterprise that combines partnership and corporate structures.
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