Corporation. Because if you can log on to the Internet, you can handle the complexity of a corporation. Don’t be scurred.
I’ve never had a client’s accountant recommend any legal form besides the LLC for a new startup. Even though I heart corporations, I still believe the LLC can be an appropriate legal entity for some companies and ventures. But when it comes to a startup looking to (i) raise capital,
“My startup will start out as an LLC and then change to a corporation when/if…” This quote, or similar derivation, is a common fact pattern I hear from new clients or general inquiries. I think most entrepreneurs are attracted to the LLC because they hear it is “simple” or “easily-managed”
The limited liability company (LLC) is a relatively new legal entity which got its start in the late 1980s. As the name implies, an LLC provides limited liability to its participants called “members” while containing the assets and operations of the business enterprise. Please keep in mind that LLCs are
Why Your Startup Company Will Need to be a C Corporation to Raise Venture Capital