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Prepare & File C-Corp Formation in Delaware for Finance Business

How much does it cost to prepare & file a C-Corp Formation in Delaware? Below are summary details about a user that needed to prepare & file a C Corp in Delaware for Finance Business. This cost data comes directly from ContractsCounsel's online marketplace. The user received 2 bids to prepare & file the C-Corp Formation at a pricing range of $1,800 - $2,000 on a flat fee. The data includes project specifications and C Corp pricing. To review more pricing data, visit C Corp pricing.
Service type
Prepare & File
Document type
C-Corp Formation
Location
Delaware
Client type
Business
Client industry
Finance
Deadline
A week
Pricing Range
$1,800 - $2,000 (Flat fee)
Number of Bids
2 bids

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Forum Questions About C Corp

C Corp

North Carolina

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

C corp and change of control?

I am a business owner looking to form a C Corporation. I am in the process of creating the Articles of Incorporation and am interested in understanding the implications of a change of control on the C Corporation. I am looking to ensure that all necessary steps are taken to protect my business and its assets in the event of a change of control.

Nicholas M.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

These are great questions, and are going to be very specific to your corporation and how you want to run things. Generally, you can structure things however you want, but working with an Attorney on your bylaws will ensure an objective outsider is thinking through how conflicts can be resolved before they impact day-to-day business operations.

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C Corp

North Carolina

Asked on Mar 3, 2021

C corp vs. S corp: Which is better?

I am currently starting a new business and am trying to decide which corporate structure is best for my particular situation. I have heard that C corps and S corps have different advantages and disadvantages, so I am looking to get legal advice as to which would be more beneficial for me. I understand that there are many factors to consider, such as taxation, liability, and potential for growth, so I am hoping to get a better understanding of the pros and cons of each structure and which would be the most suitable for my needs.

Nicholas M.

Answered Mar 3, 2021

It would be impossible to give you a primer on all of the advantages and disadvantages, but here is a headnote version: C-Corp Pros: Ultimate flexibility with regards to ownership, control, power, etc through the issuance of one or more classes of shares. Cons: Double taxed. You will be taxes as a corporation and as an individual taking a salary from the corporation. S-Corp (this is just a C-Corp electing to be taxed under subchapter S of the IRS code): Pros: Tax advantage for owners (up to 100 people) from not double taxing. Cons: Less flexibility than C-Corp but more granular control than LLC. Depending on the situation, most companies starting out are better off starting an LLC, which has less formalities, and then converting to a S-Corp or C-Corp once they scale and can take advantage. C-Corp, S-Corp, and LLC all have the same level of liability protection if you follow the formalities for formation and maintenance. C-Corps have the most rigor and LLCs have the least. You can also consider LLP and other business structures based on co-owners or other factors that a lawyer can help you evaluate.

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