C Corporation Formation

If you have decided to launch your business as a C corporation, but are uncertain about the benefits and drawbacks, you’ve come to the right place! Our team of experienced lawyers is here to help you start your C corporation with confidence.

Why Should You Start a C Corporation?

Limited Liability Protection

The financial liability of shareholders is limited at their investment, shielding private assets from company debt.

Unlimited Shareholders

There is no limit to the number of shareholders a C Corporation may have.

Attractive to Investors and Venture Capitalists

A C Corporation offers limited liability protection, attractive exit options, legal flexibility for investments, and the ability to issue preferred stock, making it an appealing choice for investors and venture capitalists.

Company Existence Separate From Owners

A C Corporation continues to exist independently of its shareholders. The change or death of shareholders does not affect the existence of C Corporation.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    A C Corporation maintains its separate entity status from its shareholders, ensuring limited liability protection for directors and shareholders. Also, a key feature of C Corporations is the individual taxation of their shareholders.

    Yes, you do not need to be a U.S. citizen or a resident to start and operate a C Corp in the U.S. You may even start your business remotely.

    Incorporation of a C Corp filing fee varies by state. Contact our team today to get a quote depending on your state of formation.

    Both S Corp and C Corp are separate legal entities formed by a state filing, and both offer limited liability protection for their owners. However, C Corp is subject to both corporate and individual taxes, whereas S Corp is a pass-through company. Additionally, unlike S Corp, C Corp can have an unlimited number of members.

    In most cases, a C Corp is required to have one director.
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