[IMGCAP(1)]One of the first, and perhaps most important, decisions a business owner initially makes is the type of business entity to select.
Many closely held businesses have been organized by their owners as subchapter S corporations as opposed to C corporations. While both provide liability protection, there are several important tax and employer benefit considerations unique to each structure.
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