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What is the difference between co., inc., and corp.?

Not the difference between their names, but what they are made up of.

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A corporation is bigger than a company and I believe Incorporated is 2 or more companies merged.

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incorporated, corporation, and something else....

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I know. Incorporation is a double corporation, corporations are singles and as I said, what the heck is co?
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company
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well I think you know what company means! a company is a smaller, less known version of a Corporation, or an incorporation.
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ok thanks
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company is the first one (:

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co is company, inc is incorporation, corp is corporation

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nice, now why don't you read the whole question and description
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Inc. means you are incorporated, hence, you are now a corporation.

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