Which Is Best: One C-Corp (Corporation) OR Multiple C-Corps (Corporations)
Most owners have multiple C-Corps if they have multiple businesses. The more that is separated, the more protection that is offered should one corporation be subject to a lawsuit.
Should One Turn an LLC Into A C-Corp
A C-Corp offers much better protections over an LLC (LIMITED Liability Corporation); the primary word being "limited" which declares it to not be fully shielded from larger lawsuits. There is still a liability if a lawsuit goes over ~$250,000 ...
How Does One Change an LLC Into A C-Corp or S-Corp
It is best to ask one's State Corporation Division or a qualified CPA within the area, but often it will require a new filing. Apple LLC and Apple Inc. are considered unique and separate entities, each having a unique name. If one owns Apple LLC and ...
Are Shelf Corporations Legitimate
Shelf corporations are formed for the purpose of being sold off. Unfortunately, shelf corporations that build great credit for themselves often (since 2016) have their entire business credit scores wiped away when they transfer ownership. The credit ...
Is A Corporation Necessary (or) Is An Operating Trust Better Than A C-Corp
A C-Corp is not necessary, but serves in lieu of an Operating Trust. A C-Corp is highly recommended for students with a business that earns $100,000+ a year. The upsides to a C-Corp is the ability to have a CPA file any taxes that may occur for a ...
Can a Trust Start a C-Corporation or S-Corporation
Yes, a trust (with an EIN) can start a C-Corporation, but not an S-Corporation. S-Corporations do not allow trusts these same rights. The trust cannot serve because only a natural [living] person can serve as a corporate officer. Although a private ...