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WHAT BUSINESS ENTITY SHOULD I OPERATE UNDER?

 I plan to start a business. How should I set it up?   ENTITY 1 --- Simplest form. - sole proprietorship  ENTITY 2 - Two people  - Partnership
 Do I need to file for an Employer ID number for my business?   ENTITY 3 - Will involve the State -  C Corporation
What is a pass-through entity? ENTITY 4 - Will involve the State &IRS - S Corporation
 Which entities are pass-through entities? ENTITY 5 - Most Complex  form - LLC 


Study Reveals Which States Have Business-Friendly Tax Codes, Which Don't


The Tax Foundation has released the third edition of the State Business Tax Climate Index, which ranks the 50 states on how "business friendly" their tax systems are.

"States do not enact tax changes in a vacuum," said President Scott A. Hodge, co-author of the study. "Every tax change will affect a state’s competitive position relative to its neighbors, as well as globally."

The most business-friendly tax systems are in Wyoming, South Dakota, Alaska, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, Texas, Delaware, Montana and Oregon. The least business-friendly tax codes are in New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Ohio, Vermont, Maine, Kentucky, Nebraska, Iowa and Arkansas.

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Why Incorporate your business?


The single most important reason people incorporate their business is to safeguard the personal assets of the owners.  

By incorporating or forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC), owners may engage in business without exposing their personal property to undue risk.  Forming an LLC or incorporating your business is one of the best ways to protect you from personal liability.

Benefits of Incorporating or  forming an LLC

Reduce Liability - While owners of a sole proprietorship or general partnership have unlimited liability for both business assets and personal assets, including their bank account, homes, and even cars.

by the owners incorporating their sole proprietorship they maintain a separate business  identities. And that means you can limit the risk of losing your personal assets.

Tax Saving - Corporations are taxed at a lower rate than individuals. In addition, Incorporating or forming an LLC may enable expenses, such as insurance, travel and entertainment — for you and your employees — to be treated as deductible expenses of the business.

Attract investors - Corporations may raise capital through the sale of stock. Investors may prefer to purchase shares in a corporation due to reduced personal liability.  Incorporating allows you to transfer business ownership through the sale of stock.

Continuous life - Corporations are enduring legal business structures, with a life that extends beyond the illness or even death of its owners. Incorporating avoids the legal entanglements or, worse yet, termination of business that can incur if a partner or sole proprietor dies.

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