How to Incorporate

   What is a Corporation

   Why Incorporate

   Where to Incorporate

   Who should Incorporate

   Operating Formalities

   Business Structures

   Corporation FAQ

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Who should Incorporate

Income Thresholds
There are not any income thresholds before one can form a corporation.

Liabilities
Those who want to decrease their legal risk.

Independent contractors
Those who hire your services may insist that you incorporate a company. If a company pays you as an independent contractor, there is a risk that IRS may deem that you are actually an employee. If this happens, the company that hired your services runs the risk of paying severe penalties if they did not withhold payroll taxes. Therefore, it is less risky for those who want to hire you. A 1099 form is required for an independent contractor. This form is not required for those who hire a corporation.

Capital
Those who want to raise money for a business venture.

Property
Owning investment real estate in a properly structured corporation, limited liability company or limited partnership may provide tax and liability protection benefits.

Who can form a corporation?
Any person over the age of 18 can form a corporation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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