Incorporating Your Startup (US)

Incorporating your startup means legally registering your business and separating it from its founders or owners. When you incorporate your startup, you register your business with your state, and it becomes its own legal entity.

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Assuming your business is for-profit, you’ll want to incorporate your business either as an LLC or a C-Corp. To learn the difference, read this.

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