Business Formation

A corporation is formed by the filing of Articles of Incorporation (the “Articles”) with the Secretary of State. Owners of the corporation are usually issued certificates representing the shares of stock issued by the corporation.

A general or “C” corporation is a separate tax-paying entity for federal and state tax purposes, as distinguished from the sole proprietorships, general and limited partnerships, most LLC‘s and Subchapter “S” corporations which are not. A corporation is subject to state income tax regulation, which generally conforms to federal taxation.

We have an established track record across a range of areas including; the formation and administration of businesses, obtaining charitable status and incorporation at not-for-profit organizations and drafting and reviewing partnership agreements.


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