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Before you begin the incorporation process, you will need to choose a business structure. incorporate.com can help you form a new corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) in any state. There are plenty of options when it comes to deciding whether to incorporate or form a partnership or act as a sole proprietor; take your time and let incorporate.com Business Comparison Chart help you through the process. Please review our chart below for the advantages of forming a C Corporation, Subchapter S Corporation, or LLC.

C?Corp

S?Corp

LLC

General Partnership

Sole Proprietor

Owners have limited liability for business debts and obligations

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Created by a state-level registration that usually protects the company name

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Business duration can be perpetual

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May have an unlimited number of owners

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Owners need not be U.S. citizens or residents

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May be owned by another business, rather than individuals

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May issue shares of stock to attract investors

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Owners can report business profit and loss on their personal tax returns

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Owners can split profit and loss with the business for a lower overall tax rate

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Permitted to distribute special allocations, under certain guidelines

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Not required to hold annual meetings or record meeting minutes

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