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If you are considering starting a business, an C-Corporation might be the best option for your specific needs. This website will explain all of the benefits and disadvantages of an   S Corporation. You can also file your S-Corporation in just minutes.

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  • Why Choose An C Corporation?

    S Corporations and Limited Liability Corporations (LLCs) are similar in numerous ways. S Corporations are more restrictive than LLCs. S Corporations differ by the taxation, size of the corporation, the ownership, transferability, management and the duration of existence. Over 60% … Continue reading

  • C-Corporations 101

    S Corporation S Corporation is a type of legal entity that divides its income and loss among shareholders, who are liable to file their own tax returns. This also means that S Corporations are exempt from double taxation because they … Continue reading

  • C-Corporation Benefits

    S Corporation Benefits An S corporation is a great option for small business owners. This is mostly because an S corporation offers the tax advantages of a partnership along with the liability advantages of a C corporation. Limited Liability As … Continue reading

S- Corporation Formation Rules

S- Corporation Formation Rules Starting a business as an S-Corporation allows business owners to enjoy the benefits of limited taxation. S-Corporations generally do not have to pay Federal income taxes. Under this business structure, the income or losses of the … Continue reading

Why Should Someone Incorporate Their Business?

Why Should Someone Incorporate Their Business? The reasons why someone should incorporate their business are numerous and relatively straightforward. Regardless of the type of business or service offered, elements of monetary and asset liability is always present, as is the … Continue reading

Texas S Corporation Formation

Texas S Corporation Formation FAQ Forming an S corporation in Texas has its advantages and disadvantages. Texas S corporation shareholders will reap the benefits of potential tax savings, reduced liability and risk on behalf of the owner. To protect personal … Continue reading