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If the S-Corp taxation is what I ultimately want, should I form an LLC or C-Corp?

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Last updated: 17 Oct, 2013
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By Jason Watson ()

This KB article has been superseded. Please see our updated articles.

Good question. Each state is different with its requirements for LLCs and C-Corps. C-Corps generally have more red tape and filing requirements than LLCs, but each case is unique. Typically, however, an LLC with the S-Corp election is going to be our advice. Please contact us for more discussion.

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