The Difference Between S Corporations and C Corporations

When you form a business, there is a great deal that you have to consider with regard to liability. No one wants their business venture to put their personal assets, not to mention their family’s well-being, at risk. Fortunately, through incorporation a business owner can ensure that their company is legally viewed as a separate entity, shielding them from personal responsibility for business debts and liabilities. Read More

Business Entity Formation: LLC versus Corporation

When you incorporate, your business evolves from a sole proprietorship or partnership into its own legal entity. The new structure usually falls into one of two categories: a limited liability company (LLC) or a corporation. No matter which type you select, you will be protected from personal liability and enjoy greater credibility with customers and suppliers. Each incorporation type also has its own particular Read More