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The first major decision is starting a new business is entity choice. A 'C' corporation, an 'S' corporation, an LLC, or maybe none of the above. An expert CPA can guide you through some things you may have never thought about. Making the right choice is crucial.

We can incorporate your business, obtain your tax identification number, and file the forms to select the right entity structure for you.

Choose your trajectory wisely.

Choose Your Trajectory Wisely

Our experts help you avoid costly errors. We evaluate your business plans, pinpoint key details, and select the most promising entity type.

The numerous choices for business entities have obvious differences. The most common types are:

  • C Corporation: Most commonly encountered in the US, it limits the growth in stocks with no shareholder limit, many regulations, and is expensive to launch.
  • S Corporation: Similar to C Corp, shareholders must be US citizens and within 100. Certain tax qualifications must maintain S Corp status.
  • Limited Liability Company (LLC): An LLC may be a single member (SMLLC) or multi member (MMLLC). It can be taxed as a partnership, C corporation, S corporation, or as a sole proprietor. How the company is structured is crucial in tax planning. Sadly, there are a lot of misconceptions about LLC’s. Our CPA’s are more than capable to help you make the right choice.
  • General Partnership: Joint partnership in business without double taxation. Partners have equal responsibility for debts and obligations.
  • Sole Proprietorship: Own business where state filing is required, formation is simple, and sole responsibility for debts and obligations.

Designing Personalized Plans

Unless you've operated a business before, you will be unfamiliar with certain elements of business formation. Siegerman & Company has worked with businesses in various markets of Florida. Our experience offers effective and competitive approaches. Let us organize your ideas into a profitable business plan that works in favor of customers, suppliers, partners, and employees.