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Are Non-U.S. Residents Allowed to Own a Corporation or LLC?

Can non-residents start a business in the United States? Can foreigners own U.S. corporations? The short answer is yes. Non-residents can own a business in the U.S. even though they are not citizens...

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What Are the Principle Differences Between Corporation and Incorporation?

If you’re ready to form a legal business entity and you're thinking that an S Corp or C Corp is the way to go, it’s vital to understand what’s meant by the terms "incorporation" and "corporation."...

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S Corp vs. C Corp: Differences and Benefits of Each

If you want to incorporate a business and are trying to decide between a C Corporation and an S Corporation, it’s important to understand the differences and relative advantages of each of these...

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Can I Incorporate My Cannabis Business?

Incorporating your cannabis business could mean a lot of green...and by green, we mean money. The cannabis industry has blown up and new players are entering this market every day. However, there...

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The Benefits of S Corporations for Small Businesses

For entrepreneurs ready to start a corporation, navigating the benefits of different business entity types can be tricky. Between a Limited Liability Company (LLC), C Corporation (C Corp), S...

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Why Is a Corporation Better Than a Sole Proprietorship?

As an entrepreneur, you've likely heard of incorporation and sole proprietorship before. But if you're unsure what they actually mean and which one is right for you, you're not alone.

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Cheat Sheet to Business Structures [INFOGRAPHIC]

They say that cheaters never prosper, but we say, when someone hands you a cheat sheet to business formation — take it!

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LLC vs. C Corporation

C Corporations, or C Corps, are one of the most common types of legal business entities for starting a company. Many recognizable brands and everyday products are sold by C Corps. Major publicly...

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Why You Should File Incorporation Forms Early

When you form an LLC or start a business of any kind, it's important to do a trademark search for the name of your business and be aware of deadlines for filing incorporation forms. If you have a...

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S Corporations Could Give Businesses a Competitive Edge in Trying Times

Whenever a business owner considers incorporation, they usually tend to immediately lean toward creating a limited liability company (LLC). This is only natural, considering LLCs are the most widely...