Double Taxation with Corporation (C-Corp) vs LLC

Double Taxation with Corporation (C-Corp) vs LLC

Double taxation for a corporation is only valid if you do not redeem in lawful money. The benefit of having a corporation vs an LLC is the corporation DOES NOT pass through any liability; whereas, an LLC will pass through liability, thus it is called LIMITED liability.
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