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4, Intl. Business Machines, 51,250.0, 4,789.0. 5, Mobil, 44,866.0, 1,407.0. 6, General Electric, 35,211.0, 2,492.0. 7, AT&T, 34,087.0, 139.0. 8, Texaco, 31,613.0 ...

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Compare the major business entity types side by side in this handy chart. You can view key differences in entities including how capital is raised, deductible ...

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A DBA (also known as a “sole proprietorship”, “Doing Business As”, or a “ Fictitious Name”) is a business that is not separate from its owner, merely a different ...

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Kalish says it's important for business owners to seek expert advice from business professionals when considering the pros and cons of various business entities ...

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BUSINESS ENTITY COMPARISON CHART. - 1 -. “C” Corporation “S” Corporation. LLC. General. Partnership. Limited. Liability. Partnership. Sole. Proprietor.

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Sep 25, 2013 ... Purposes” and “Federal Income Tax Purposes”. ▫ Understand Key Aspects of the Most Prevalent. Business Entities for State Law and Tax ...

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Learn corporate filing tips drafted to assist with meeting minimum filing requirements of the California ... All Corporations in California; Conversion (of entity type) ...

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2012 Comparison of Business Entities. NOTE: THESE COMPARISONS DO NOT CONSIDER STATE IMPLICATIONS. Applicable Factor. C Corporation.

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*Legal entity separate from individuals. *Limited personal liability. *Continuity of existence. *Continuity of management. *Easier to raise capital. *Incentive to key ...