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Business Incorporation


What is Business Incorporation?

Incorporation (Inc.) is the forming of a new corporation (a corporation being a legal entity that is effectively recognized as a person under the law). The corporation may be a business, a non-profit organization, sports club, or a government of a new city or town.

Which Business Incorporation Services do we provide?

We help you with incorporating your Business, and choosing the business structure which is right for you. We can incorporate the following for you:

Why should you Incorporate?

Personal Liability Protection

Incorporating allow owners to separate and protect their personal assets in the event of a lawsuit or claims leveled against a business entity. In a properly structured and managed company, owners should have limited liability for business debts and obligations. This is undeniably one of the biggest benefits to incorporating.

Credibility

Adding “Inc.” or “LLC” after your business name adds instant authority and credibility. Usually, Clients prefer to do business with an incorporated company.

Designated Name Protection

Usually in most states, other businesses may not file your exact corporate or LLC name in the same state. This not only protects your business reputation from confusion or ambiguity of sounding similar to another company, but this also helps your business in terms of Marketing and Branding efforts.

Tax Benefits

You can choose to be taxed as a Corporation, or as a pass-through entity wherein all your Profits and Losses from the LLC or an S Corporation are passed on to your personal tax returns. This can avoid double taxation.

Perpetual Existence

Corporations and LLCs continue to exist even if ownership or management changes. However, Sole proprietorships and partnerships just end if an owner dies or leaves the business. This ensures that your company’s legacy continues should any changes in ownership occur.

Deductible expenses

You can also deduct major business expenses including wages before the income allocation to owners.

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