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About Corporation

A corporation is chartered by the state where its headquarters is located and considered by law to be a separate and unique entity apart from those who own it.  A corporation can be taxed, sued, and enter into contractual agreements.

A corporation is chartered by the state where its headquarter is located and created (known as incorporation) upon the filing of the Articles of Organization and approval by the state.

The owners of a corporation are called shareholders.  The shareholders elect a board of directors to oversee the major policies and decisions.  The corporation is governed by its bylaws, which can but does not have to be filed with the state, and has a life of its own and does not dissolve when ownership changes.

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Why form a Corporation?

Chances are you've considered the key benefits of forming a C-Corporation or a S-Corporation :

Corporations have the following benefits:

  • Corporations provides liability protection. One of the most important features of a corporation is the separation of the personal assets from those of the business. When someone opens a business, they want to make sure that if credit or debt issues arise or if something happens to the business that this does not impact the individual business owners. You also want to make sure that the liabilities associated with more than one owner do not impact the other owners. Separation of business and personal assets of the owners is critical.
  • Corporations provides a structure in which investors can invest capital. Investors, bankers and other parties interested in taking on ownership of your business will likely require that the business be a C-Corporation. This is a structure with which investors and acquirers are familiar. If you anticipate selling ownership in the business or raising capital for your business, a C-Corporation is an entity type you should consider.
  • Corporations provides a formal structure for your business. When you have a formalized corporate entity with the Articles of Incorporation and relevant corporate paperwork established, it enables the business owners to formally structure the business, establish a framework for the business and maintain the proper documentation in the event of acquisition and third party investors. Establishing the proper corporate structure at the outset sets the business up for long term success.

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