C corporation


January 15th, 2015

This article certainly has me thinking. Have any of you gone this route? Inc.: Don't Let Venture Capitalists Force You To Convert To A C-Corporation: This... More

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Kurt Wassmer

June 3rd, 2015

I am looking for guidance on incorporating a 1-2 person start-up in its infancy. I'm outsourcing a good portion of the development of my app. I'm... More

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Nicolas Cabrera Happy Human and Deveoper

March 14th, 2016

We are a brand new startup with a ready to launch MVP. We are looking for seed funding right away. Should we incorporate a LLC, a C-Corp or a S-Corp?... More

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Nicolas Cabrera Happy Human and Deveoper

May 2nd, 2016

The company I hold share was doing good on sales and as long as I know they profit, now for some reason I don't know they are dissolving the company... More

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May 25th, 2014

Hi everyone,Let's you'd like to convert an existing Delaware LLC to a Delaware C-Corp that already generates some revenue.Is it necessary to do a... More

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Dylan Wynn Founder of corporation

November 27th, 2018

1. Should I issue myself 2/3 of all shares as the founder? 2. Should the salary of directors and officers be in the Bylaws? 3. What should I do for... More

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Abhishek verma Corporate Recruiter & Resourcing specialist

July 4th, 2017

The C corporation was registered but no shareholders were appointed and no transactions have been made in the tax year. Can we file 1120 with 0 shareholders?... More

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Pavel Bondarev Founder & CEO. PhD in Math & Computer Science. Keen on Predictive Analytics and AI.

Last updated on August 18th, 2017

I'm a Canadian resident and have a Canadian Corporation. I'm thinking of the company relocation to the US soil and trying to figure out how it works. Can... More

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Himanshu Bhaisare Teach me how to startup.

July 5th, 2017

Hi, My startup is registered in Delaware as C corp. Delaware State has something called as Franchise Tax which needs to be paid annually. It's a... More