CORPORATION FILING



CORPORATION FILING

A corporation filing is a set of documents that provides all the important information about the corporation. These include name, address, business purpose, representative information, and many more. Filing a report of incorporation is mandatory no matter where the corporation is incorporated.

Registering your company as a corporation helps you separate your personal assets from the debts incurred by the business and help you receive funding from investors. It allows you to pay tax according to your business profits and also take on an unlimited number of shareholders who will share the profits of the company. Sharing the dividends also creates healthy tax benefits for corporations.

HOW GLOBAL MULTI SERVICES HELP YOU WITH CORPORATION FILING

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TYPES OF CORPORATION

Below are some of the further options of this traditional structure to help you file for the exact kind of corporation.

  • C-Corporations – Profits are taxed separately from owners.
  • S-Corporations – Typically not subject to income taxes. Instead, profits and losses are passed through to the shareholders who report it on individual tax returns.
  • Professional Corporations – Experts in a common field come together for this type of corporation, better thought of as a sub-category. A degree of liability often rests upon the owners for certain losses brought about by professional actions.
  • Non-Profit Corporations – Typically tax-exempt on all funding. This is the route of setting up a business for education, or for philanthropy, or even for the community

CORPORATION REQUIREMENTS

Running a business corporation often comes with strict rules and regulations. They include:

  • Compulsory annual meetings with accurate records of the minutes
  • A well documented organizational structure of the company
  • Provision of thorough accounting requirements
  • Provision of well detailed legal requirements