Compare LLCs and Corporations
Compare the differences between entity types to decide which is right for your business
- Compare entity types to decide which option best suits your needs
- Limited Liability Protection
- Management Flexibility
- Easy to Change Ownership
- Ability to Raise Capital
- Pass-Through Taxation
- Double Taxation
- State Formation Fees
- Select your new business type to get started
Limited Liability Company
- LLCs are the most common entity type among small to mid-sized businesses
- C-Corporations are used by most large-sized businesses
- S-Corporations are popular among those who need taxation options
Understanding the Key Differences Between LLCs and Corporations
All businesses are not created equal. In fact, each business type supports a different set of priorities altogether. In order to choose the right business entity type for your needs, learn more about each below
Included in every package
Start any business and you’ll receive the following
Total Filings makes it easy to form your new C-Corporation. After you complete our C-Corp Formation Application, Total Filings goes to work on your behalf. We’ll work with the Secretary of State to prepare and file all the documentation required to form your new business. Once your application has been processed, you’ll receive email confirmation and the Secretary of State documentation will come by mail. Each new business formation includes Business Name Availability Verification, Articles of Organization, Filing with the Secretary of State, Certificate of Incorporation, E-Document Delivery and our Satisfaction Guarantee. You can even Expedite your filing if you need it done right away. Bundle it all with a Registered Agent and Tax ID Number and be on your way to growing your business toward the success you’ve been dreaming of. Start now and Form your C-Corporation today.
Form an LLC
LLCs are the most popular type of business. Get started today and enjoy the liability protection of a Limited Liability Company.
Form a C-Corporation
C-Corps have long been referred to as “traditional corporations”. Join the millions who enjoy their scalability and liability protection today.
Form an S-Corporation
S-Corps are unique in the way that they are taxed. Have more control over your taxation when you open an S-Corp today.