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Why should I Incorporate ?

 
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Category : > Articles Directory To Open A Corporation in The USA
Posted On : Wed Aug 26th,2009

 
Incorporate Business For Your Assets Protection Today!
 

What is the reason to incorporate a business?

Incorporating is one of the best ways a business owner can protect his or her personal assets. Most people choose to incorporate solely for this reason, but there are other advantages as well. For example, the corporate business structure saves you money in taxes, provides greater business flexibility, avoids audit chances, better itemization and lets you more easily raise capital.

There are many advantages to incorporate your business. Liability protection of your personal assets is one of the primary reasons why a small business will form a corporation. Incorporating helps to separate your personal assets from that of your business. A corporation is a legal entity that exists separately from its owners or shareholders. Typically, shareholders are not liable for the debts and obligations of the corporation or from any litigation where the corporation is the defendant in most cases. In a partnership or sole proprietorship, the creditors can go after the owner's personal assets if the company assets are not enough to settle a claim in most cases.

In company registration or corporation formation, prospective shareholders exchange money, property, or both, for the corporation's capital stock. A corporation generally takes the same deductions as a sole proprietorship to figure its taxable income. A corporation can also take special deductions for federal income tax purposes; a Corporation is recognized as a separate taxpaying entity. Corporation conducts business, realizes net income or loss, pays taxes and distributes profits to shareholders.

The profit of a Corporation is taxed to the corporation when earned, and then is taxed to the shareholders when distributed as dividends. This creates a double tax. The corporation does not get a tax deduction when it distributes dividends to shareholders. Shareholders cannot deduct any loss of the corporation. 

 

  


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Comments (13)
raul montoya   wrote on : Thu Sep 03rd,2009
IAM A GENERAL CONTRACTOR(SOLE PROPRIET) MY PERSONAL CREDIT IS BAD,IF I MAKE A CORPORATION IS MORE EASY TO HAVE A CREDIT?      View Detail
InfoTaxSquare.com   wrote on : Fri Dec 04th,2009
Sorry Raul Montoya, I would suggest you to please check with the financial institute, because our services are limited to taxation and business formation. Thanks for choosing Infotaxsquare.com      View Detail
caroline johnson   wrote on : Wed Jan 27th,2010
assisting my Dad with his new business venture and need more info on the time frame involved in incorporating a business      View Detail
Reply : infotaxsquare.com
 

Caroline Johnson,

Thanks for choosing InfoTaxSquare.com for your business needs. We need additional information to advice you properly.

  • Which state do you want to register your business? and
  • What sturcture LLC, corporation or dba (sole proprietor).

You can either eemail or call us at 516.822.3100.

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