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Overview

An S Corp, also referred as the subchapter or small business corporation, is an elected corporation that passes the corporation’s income, deductions, credits and loss to their shareholders for federal tax purposes.It is a tax code that was enacted into law by Congress in 1958. The main advantages of S Corp companies are that shareholders can avoid double taxation unlike C-Corp on corporate income.The S Corp was created to encourage and support the creation of small and family businesses.

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Non-Profit FAQ’s

Forming a nonprofit corporation is much like creating a regular corporation, except that nonprofits have to take the extra steps of applying for tax-exempt status with the IRS and their state tax division. Here is what you need to do: 1)Choose an available business name that meets the requirements of state law. 2)File formal paperwork, usually called articles of incorporation, and pay a small filing fee (typically under $100). 3)Apply for your federal and state tax exemptions. 4)Create corporate bylaws, which set out the operating rules for your nonprofit corporation. 5)Appoint the initial directors. (In some states you must choose your initial directors before you file your articles, because you must list their names in the document.) 6)Hold the first meeting of the board of directors. 7)Obtain licenses and permits that may be required for your corporation.
The flexible purpose corporate designation requires that corporations include some special purpose, which they consider to be beneficial to society, in their Articles of Incorporation and on their share certificates. That special purpose becomes their paramount priority, in most cases superseding the normal requirement that corporations maximize profits. In this, both structures are fairly similar; they both set out on a mission and help protect the business from being sued if that mission results in smaller profits.