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If you own a business, forming a corporation could help you pay less in taxes and avoid more legal trouble.
The owners of a limited liability company (LLC) are not responsible for any of the company's losses. It is thought to be one of the best ways for small businesses to run. An LLC is usually easier and cheaper to set up than other types of business structures. It is also easier to run.
By submitting an IRS S corporation election, a business can choose to be taxed as a pass-through entity (IRS). These corporations can make money, lose money, and get tax breaks. S corporations are also helpful when a business is being sold or shut down.
For tax purposes, the owners and the entity are treated as two separate things in C-corporations. In a C-Corporation, business profits are taxed on both the corporate and personal levels. This is called "double taxation."
Non-profit organizations don't exist to make money. Unlike an LLC, S-Corp, or C-Corp, the profits of this business go to the workers. Investors don't get anything back.
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