May still require licenses or forms, depending on state regulations
Protections & Taxes
There is no personal liability protection
Only taxed on a personal level
Can complete taxes without a separate filing
No limited liability protection
No company structure or organizing documents
Limited business rights
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Frequently Asked Questions
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A Corporation is a business entity, like an LLC, but with a different structure and growth options for larger companies. Standard Corporations are also known as C-Corporations, and are taxed on the business level as well as on the personal level. The preferred entity for investors, Corporations can issue shares and have the option to be publicly traded.
An S-Corporation is a Corporation that opts for an S-Election, meaning that the business will not be taxed and profits will be passed through to the shareholders. S-Corporations operate like a C-Corporation but can’t be owned by other Corporations, LLCs, or trusts. Another important note is that S-Corporations also has restrictions when it comes to issuing stock.
Corporations can operate any way the shareholders. Ultimately the shareholders choose a board of directors who then choose corporate officers. From there, the Corporation would act as any business would, but with greater freedom in raising funding and distributing shares.
What is the benefit of a Corporation over an LLC?Zachary Hanby2021-05-13T17:11:50-04:00
The benefit of a Corporation is the growth potential which comes forth in multiple ways. Corporations are the preferred business type for investors and Corporations have the option to be publicly traded. Corporations also have the benefit of a set structure, with a clear set of rules and standards for the board of directors and corporate officers.