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The C Corporation structure does have its drawbacks. For instance, a C Corporation's profits are taxed when earned and taxed again when distributed as shareholders' dividends, what's known as "double taxation." Shareholders in a C Corporation also can't deduct any corporate losses. To avoid these concerns, many small business owners choose to form an S Corporation instead.

Limited liability for directors, officers, shareholders, and employees

Perpetual existence, even if the owner leaves the company

Enhanced credibility among suppliers and lenders

Unlimited growth potential through the sale of stock

No limit on the number of shareholders, although once the company has $10 million in assets and 500 shareholders, it is required to register with the SEC under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934

Certain tax advantages, including tax-deductible business expenses

The most common type of corporation in the U.S. is the C Corporation.

By forming a C Corporation, business owners create a separate legal structure that helps shield their personal assets from judgments against the company. C Corporations have a specific structure that includes shareholders, directors, and officers.

The C Corporation is a time-tested business formation. It has many advantages, including:

Advantages of starting a C Corp


Protect your personal assets with this popular corporate structure.

C Corporation