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Business owners have several options from which to choose when selecting a structure for their business. A sole proprietorship is an unincorporated entity that does not exist apart from its sole owner . A partnership is two or more people agreeing ...
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Many corporations choose to incorporate in Delaware because of the state's business-friendly tax structure, corporations bureau and processes. There may come a time when a corporation needs to wind down its business. Delaware also has a rather ...
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An S corporation is a business with 100 or fewer shareholders that has the liability protection of a corporation but is taxed like a partnership. This means that the owners include a portion of the corporation’s profits and expenses on their ...
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