C-Corp Basics

The C-Corporation is the default corporate form, meaning when you incorporate your enterprise as a corporation, you are automatically classified as a C-Corp in the state where you incorporate. The C-Corp is generally considered the preferred entity type for businesses that seek funding from sources such as angel investors and venture capitalists. But the tax treatment of C-Corps is often considered the main disadvantage of forming a C-Corp. Additionally, there are significant formalities that must be followed for C-Corps. Below is a description of the C-Corp form in terms of the 4 factors to consider when choosing a business entity. We encourage you to read this article if you are deciding whether you should incorporate your business in Delaware or California.  Read more

Choosing a Business Entity

Factors to Consider When Choosing a Business Entity

We are often asked “what is the best entity type?” There really is no one-size-fits-all answer because each entity may be more or less beneficial for any given enterprise. Rather, it is important for entrepreneurs to consider various factors when choosing a business entity. Read more

Incorporate a Business

Why Incorporate a Business as a Corporation or LLC?

Although it is possible to conduct business as a sole proprietor or general partnership without any formal incorporation, it is generally a good idea to incorporate a business as a corporation or LLC. There are a few reasons why creation of a corporation or LLC is important.   Read more