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Business Entities

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Limited Liability
Company (LLC)

An LLC is great for seasoned entrepreneurs and new business owners alike.
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Corporation
(C-Corp | S-Corp)

If you’re looking to scale your business quickly and issue shares to investors, choose a Corporation.
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Start your Professional Company today to ensure that your practice is protected and compliant.
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Step 2: We form your business

Step 3: Run your company

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Types of Business Entities

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Business Type

Features

Protections & Taxes

Negatives

LLC

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Allows the most flexibility in terms of management and structure

Can have unlimited members

Can be owned by another LLC, corporation, or any other legal entity

Protects personal assets and liability from lawsuits

Offers pass through taxation for business owners

Requires separate tax filings

Will require regular fees and forms to maintain

Can’t go public

Not recognized internationally

S-Corp

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Allows for issue of shares

Shareholders must be US residents

Owners only get common stock

Protects personal assets and liability from lawsuits

Offers pass through taxation for business owners

Requires separate tax filings

Will require regular fees and forms to maintain

Requires a firm structure, with a board of directors

Must keep records and hold annual meetings

C-Corp