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What type of business structure is the best to form for your specific business needs? At DoMyLLC, we will help you file for a company that meets both your personal and business needs. Our trained filing experts will break down each business structure so that you can decide what type of company is best for your business.

LLC

Forming an LLC is quick and easy, offers personal asset protection, and has fewer company formalities.

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S Corp

An S Corporation avoids double taxation while also offering personal asset protection to its members.

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C Corp

The most common type of corporation, a C Corp is owned by its shareholders and offers them personal asset protection.

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Nonprofit

Nonprofit organizations enjoy certain tax advantages and benefits. Surplus financial resources are put towards furthering the goals of the organization.

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Professional

A business structure for professions that generally require a license, PCs offer limited personal liability for the actions of other owners, as well as tax benefits and perpetual existence.

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DBA

Doing Business As allows an owner to have multiple businesses while operating under one control. This business structure offers great potential branding opportunities.

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EIN

A Federal Employee Identification Number allows a business to open a bank account, hire employees, file taxes, and other business activities.

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Business Start Up Guide

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Registered Agent Guide

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LLC vs Corporation

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Taxes & Liabilities

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