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Difference between Inc and Corporation

In most states of the USA, adding an indicator at the end of the business name is required, that distinguish the entity type, such as a corporation or a limited liability company. How to choose the right indicator to register a corporation?
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Joe   wrote on : Fri Mar 08th,2013   Back to Article

Why is there both "Inc." and "Corp"? What are the pros/cons? Does either have a different image with people in the United States? Can you change it latter it you wish?

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Dear Joe:

Thanks for choosing for your business need. There is no pros/cons for using indicators Inc. or Corp. Most states are required to write Inc. or Corp next to the name of the entity. You can amend it by filing Articles of Company Name Change or Articles of Amendment.

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