File Your Business

Step 1: File Your Business Name

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Step 2: File Your Business

Choose from the dropdown which business you have


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Limited Liability Company (LLC): An LLC is a corporate structure in which the owners are not personally liable for the company’s debts or liabilities. LLCs combine the characteristics of a corporation with those of a partnership or sole proprietorship. LLCs do not pay taxes, their profits and losses are passed through to the members, who claim them on their tax returns.


  • Owners are protected from personal liability for any debts or obligations
  • Owners can choose how the business pays taxes
  • Not required to have annual meetings
  • Not required to have a board of directors
  • Can have unlimited shareholders
  • Maintain pass-through taxation, which helps in the case of small businesses

S - Corp: A small business corporation that is treated for federal tax purposes as a partnership. This type of corporation must have less than 100 shareholders.


  • Avoids double taxation by passing the income through to the owners
  • Protects the personal assets of the shareholders
  • In general, able to get more loans
  • Owners share net profits and report their share on personal income taxes

C - Corp: A legal structure for a corporation in which the owners, or shareholders, are taxed separately from the entity. C corps are also subject to corporate income tax. This type of corporation is subject to a double taxation, the taxing of profits are both administered at the corporate and personal level.


  • Owners do not have personal liability
  • Gain more access to financial resources
  • Exists separately from the lives of its stockholders

Nonprofit: Nonprofits are organizations which are built to address a social purpose. Nonprofits are excused from federal tax liability. However, these organizations must distribute surplus earnings to a social cause.


  • Does not pay income taxes on money it receives for charitable purposes
  • Donors are able to use their donation as a tax deduction

Step 3: File Your Business

Select your state and optional probate fee.

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