Consider the most common corporate business structures:
Incorporating a business requires the preparation and filing of a Certificate of Incorporation with the Secretary of State in the state in which you decide to incorporate. Once the corporation is established, it becomes its own separate legal entity and is subject to the laws governing corporations in the state of incorporation.
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For a small business with less than 5 owners / shareholders, incorporating in the business' home state (where the principal office is physically located) is often the best solution.
While a lot of hype exists about incorporating in Nevada or Delaware, the costs often exceed the benefit for most small businesses.
Incorporating a business is much simpler today. Information about how and where to incorporate if freely available on the internet. The process, however, can sometimes be tedious. Therefore, using an affordable incorporation service like CorpNet is often a smart choice. For the determined do-it-yourselfers, here's how it's done:
See details about the incorporation process with state agency information in our How to Incorporate section.
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