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LLC vs CORP vs S-CORP

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llc
corp
s-corp
Asset protection
Provide personal asset protection, which protects owners from being liable for business debts.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
Structure
Managed by memberships stipulated in participation percentages.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
Managed by shares, with a board of directors in charge of the daily operations of the company.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
Tax payment
Income is taxed at a personal level.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
Income is taxed at the corporate level and then again at the personal level.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
Income is taxed at a personal level.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
Capital acquisition
These companies can’t sell shares, but can raise capital through bank loans and others.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
These companies can issue various types of shares, which can be sold.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
To an unlimited  number of shareholders.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
To a maximum
of 100 shareholders.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
Foreign partners
Partner (s) have no residency or citizenship restriction.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP
Partner (s) must be an American resident.
LLC
CORP
S-CORP

All included

  • IDs and documents review
  • Preliminary verification of corporate name
  • State registration
  • Presentation and copy of the articles of organization and incorporation
  • Certificate of Status
EIN
(?)
The EIN, or Employer Identification Number is the commercial federal tax identification number
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between Inc. and Corp?

Inc is an abbreviation for Incorporation and Corp is an abbreviation for Corporation, both are acronyms used when forming a C-Corp or S-Corp, and there is no difference between the two in terms of their legal and tax structure, however they are not interchangeable. Once a corporation is incorporated as an INC or CORP, it must abide by this choice.

Is an S-Corp taxed as an LLC or as a Corp?

The S-Corp are taxed in a similar way to an LLC. It means these are taxed in a personal capacity and their value is calculated depending on the profits of the company distributed among the partners according to their share ownership. For more information click here.

How to protect my assets by starting a business in the United States?

The assets of the LLCs, C-Corps and S-Corps are separated from the personal assets of the partners. This means that if there was a lawsuit against the company, it would be solely responsible, so that the company’s assets would be the only ones attacked, and not those of the partners.

Do I need to have an American partner to start a business in the U.S?

When forming an LLC or a C-Corp, the parterns may be foreigners. There is no requirement that these types of business must have at least one American partner. But the partners of an S-Corp must be american resident.

Who can be a shareholder in an S-Corp?

Any shareholder of an S-Corp must be an American resident.

Is a corporation only for large companies?

Not necessarily. This type of company is stipulated for small, medium or large companies without any limit of partners.

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