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Formation Types

The most common business structures.

limited liability company

A Limited Liability Company (LLC) can be a good choice for many types of business owners, including those who want to limit their personal liability, avoid corporate taxes, or prefer less formal regulations


C-Corp, S-Corp, B-Corp, Non-Profit or Professional

If you plan to issue shares, go public, or go global, form a Corporation. A corporation is a legal entity separate from its owners, or shareholders. This means that only the corporation itself can be held liable for corporate obligations, offering shareholders limited personal liability protection. While anyone can form a corporation, it’s a more expensive business structure to form than others.

doing business as

A business may want to file a DBA (Doing Business As) if they want to do business under a name that’s different from their legal name. This can be useful for a variety of reasons


When the time comes to move on from your business, ensure a proper dissolution process with the state authorities.

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