New Entity Formation

When choosing an entity, it is important to consider factors such as liability protection, tax implications, and management structure.

The most commonly used legal entities for business formation are sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, and limited liability companies (LLCs). Each of these entities has its own unique characteristics, advantages, and disadvantages.

Sole proprietorships are the simplest form of business entity and are owned and operated by a single individual. In this type of entity, the owner is personally liable for all business debts and obligations.


Partnerships are similar to sole proprietorships but are owned and operated by two or more individuals.

Partnerships can be either general partnerships, where all partners are equally liable for business debts and obligations, or limited partnerships, where some partners have limited liability.

Corporations are separate legal entities from their owners, meaning that the corporation itself is liable for all business debts and obligations. Shareholders own the corporation and elect a board of directors to oversee the company’s operations.

LLCs are a hybrid entity that combines elements of partnerships and corporations. Like a corporation, an LLC provides limited liability protection to its owners, and it could be taxed in different ways.

In conclusion,

entity formation is a crucial step in starting a business or engaging in any commercial activity. Careful consideration should be given to the type of entity chosen, as it can have significant legal and financial implications.

Give us a call, and we will guide you through the process of choosing the entity structure and best state where to register your new business.

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