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LLC or limited liability company is the most favorite business type in small and medium-sized organizations. The reason behind LLC being a favorite business type is because it keeps business owners free from formalities like other business types. It is a business structure that can combine the pass-through taxation of a partnership or sole proprietorship with the limited liability of a corporation. Though it provides limited liability protection for its members, it limits the risks of your personal assets related to your business.
Non-Profit - A nonprofit corporation has its specialty of carrying a structure that helps your organization with certain benefits. The main intention of the organization is to serve the public. More like other business types like LLC or corporations, if you choose to run a nonprofit corporation you are tax-exempt or charitable, meaning they do not pay income tax on the money that they receive for their organization
S Corporation - S Corp or S Corporation has some specific differences from C Corp. Like, S Corps holds eligibility to bypass taxation status with the IRS. This helps you to sidestep from double taxation on your business income. By filling form 2553 with the IRS, S Corp must request a bypass from taxation status.
C Corporation - C Corp or C Corporation offers max tax-related options for you. C Corp helps to keep the company and owner as a separate entity. This feature facilitates the company to raise capital by issuing publicly traded stock. C Corp does get higher rate taxes because taxes are imposed on corporate as well as personal entities.