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Key Benefits of Incorporation.
- Limit your financial Liability
- Save on taxes
- Deduct your Health insurance Premiums
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- The Main thing to understand when choosing a corporation
is that the most important two reasons to incorporate
are to limit your personal liability and to save money
For instance, you can limit your liability against
law suits against your personal assets as oppose to
the assets of your business. Thus, if a customer
gets injured on the premises of your business and
you are incorporated, he can only sue you for the
worth of your business assets - not your personal
assets, such as your home.
- In addition, you can save on taxes mainly because
you can have numerous deductions for business expenses
that you could not deduct unless you had a certain
type of corporation.
There are other reasons. For instance, if your
business makes an extraordinary amount of money,
and you are not incorporated, you will pay a
substantial sum of money for taxes. If you had a
C (regular) corporation, however, you could split
the income between the corporation and yourself.
Although you are double taxed, you are still going
to pay less taxes because by splitting the income,
you keep yourself in the lower brackets of taxation
and thus you save on taxes.
Another important reason to incorporate is to receive
tax free benefits because you can be considered an
employee of the corporation.
The decision to incorporate and choosing the right
type of corporation for yourself is a very complicated
matter even for lawyers and accountants.
If you interested in saving money and limiting your
liability, call me for a free initial consultation.
I can look at your specific legal situation and assist
you in forming the correct type of legal corporate
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