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Before you begin the incorporation process, you will need to choose a business structure. Nevada Paralegal Center, LLC can help you form your business’ entity in the State of Nevada and around of the United States of America.  There are plenty of options when it comes to deciding whether to act as a sole proprietor, form a partnership, or incorporate. Below is a chart, so you can see the differences between different entities. 


C CorpS CorpLLC

General

Partnership

Sole

Proprietor

Owners have limited liability for

business debts and obligations

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Created by a state-level that usually

protects the company name

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*

Business duration can be perpetual*
*
*


May have an unlimited number of owners*
*
*

Owners do not need to be

US citizens or residents

*
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May be owned by another business

rather than an individual

*
*

May issue shares of stock to attract investors**


Owners can report business profit or loss

on their personal tax returns


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Owners can split profit and loss with the business

for a lower ​overall tax rate 

*



Permitted to distribute special allocations,

under certain guidelines



**

Not required to hold annual meetings

or record meetings minutes



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Business Entity Formation