FORMING YOUR BUSINESS

The first steps of getting your business off the ground is to form your company.

INCORPORATION

Choose between an S-Corp or C-Corp

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LLC

Choose a Limited Liability Company

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LLC

PROFESSIONAL ENTITIES

Doctors, Lawyers, Architects, Engineers

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OTHER ENTITIES

Non-Profit, Benefit Corp, GP, LP, LLP

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FORMING YOUR BUSINESS

The first steps of getting your business off the ground is to form your company.

INCORPORATION

Choose between an S-Corp or C-Corp

Start my Corporation

LLC

Choose a Limited Liability Company

Start my
LLC

PROFESSIONAL ENTITIES

Doctors, Lawyers, Architects, Engineers

Start my Business

OTHER ENTITIES

Non-Profit, Benefit Corp, GP, LP, LLP

Start my Company

3 Easy Steps


Questionnaire

Answer a few easy questions

Preparation

Assemble and file your documents with the Department of State

Get Started

Receive your documents and begin operating

What is the difference between a Corporation and an LLC?

Corporation

  • Connector.

    Preferred by outside investors

    Outside investors prefer corporations because of the stricter formalities which allow investors to know how the company is run.

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    Recognized outside of the USA

    Corporations are recognized outside of the Unites States of America which allows better protection overseas.

  • Connector.

    Good for IPO

    If your goal is to one day have an initial public offering then a corporation is fundamental.

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LLC

  • Connector.

    Flexible Management Structure

    LLC’s allows ease of setup and you can begin running your business. Members are managers.

  • Connector.

    Flexible tax reporting options

    The tax treatment is selected by its owner. An LLC can be taxed as a corporation, a partnership, or a sole proprietorship.

  • Connector.

    Fewer Formalities

    There is no need to hold board of directors meetings or maintain records of your business decisions.

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Nonprofit

An organization that uses its surplus to benefit its purpose or mission.

Benefit Corp

A corporation that also has a positive impact on society, community, and the environment.

General Partnership

Two or more people carrying on a business to make a profit. Partners are liable for the business.

Limited Partnership

Similar to a General Partnership but will also have limited partners involved.

LLP

These are sometimes called RLLP and is suitable for professionals such as accountants and doctors.

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RECENT POSTS

Our blog offers tips, insights, and strategies for entrepreneurs both old and new.
Take a moment to read some of our recent posts.

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