Incorporating your business is a great way to protect your personal assets from company liabilities such as creditors or lawsuits. In fact, many people incorporate for this reason alone. But that's not the only advantage.
The corporate business structure also saves you money in taxes, provides greater business flexibility and makes it easier to seek outside investment.
Executique's incorporation service was developed by a team of top corporate attorneys, so our documents contain advanced provisions to save you money and better protect you against liability.
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) protects your assets like a corporation, but without the burden of corporate maintenance. That's why it's becoming the most popular way to start a business.
With a LLC, you can elect to be taxed as a corporation, or avoid "double taxation" by choosing to be a "pass-through" entity.