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  • Limited Liability Company

    The limited liability company (LLC) is the most popular entity type for small businesses. An LLC combines the personal liability protections of a corporation with the tax flexibility of a partnership. The LLC offers many advantages, including:

    • Pass-through taxation
    • No residency requirement
    • Enhanced credibility
    • Legal protection
    • Less paperwork than corporation

    The Company Corporation makes forming an LLC quick and easy — so you can jump right into business!

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    C and S corporations are the most common types of corporations in the U.S. and they have a number of advantages. Both types of corporations separate the owners' personal assets from the company's liabilities.

    C corporations provide unlimited growth potential through the sale of common stock. They also provide certain tax advantages, including reduced likelihood of an IRS audit, when compared to a sole proprietorship

    S corporations allow a company to "pass through" its taxable income or losses to the business owners and investors, eliminating "double taxation". Benefits also include investment opportunities, continuous existence and a once-a-year tax-filing requirement

    Whether you hope to incorporate your internet or tech startup or change your sole proprietorship to a corporation or LLC, The Company Corporation can help you form your new corporation in any state, making the process quick and easy.

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    Incorporate in Delaware

    Delaware's flexible corporate laws and business-friendly state government have made it one of the best states in which to form a business.

    Delaware also offers favorable tax treatment for companies headquartered in other states. In fact, more than two-thirds of the largest U.S. companies are incorporated here.

    Benefits of incorporating in Delaware:

    • Delaware is the leader for corporate law worldwide
    • The state does not charge income or property tax
    • State filing fees are among the lowest in the country
    • Outside investors may require Delaware incorporation

    The Company Corporation was founded in Delaware and has a direct link to the state, which results in faster turnaround times. In many cases you'll get your paperwork within 24 hours.