Setting up a Massachusetts S Corporation
Has a friend or acquaintance running their own small business mentioned how they saved a bunch of money on taxes by switching to an s-corporation? It isn’t all that difficult to do, and with a little help from our Massachusetts kit, you too can save 15.3% on a portion of your profits by making the switch. Or, if you are interested in starting your own business, check out some of our resources below to find out why an s-corp may be beneficial for you.
Our Massachusetts S Corporation kit
An s-corporation isn’t really a “corporation” at all — it’s a tax designation available to certain types of entities. Eligible base entities to make this election would be LLCs or corporations — and we have a kit for each.
We typically recommend going the LLC route as it provides flexibility (if you are starting a new venture, you can be taxed as a sole proprietor or partnership until your profits increase to a level that it makes sense to become an s-corp) and less of the red tape. Click below for this option:View Cart
Alternatively, if you have or want to use a corporation or Inc. as your base, see this option below:View Cart
Note: each kit contains step-by-step instructions to form your entity in Massachusetts as well as operating agreement/corporate bylaws to provide a solid foundation.
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Each and every kit we offer comes with a money back guarantee. Contact us at email@example.com if you purchase one of these s-corp kits only to find out it wasn’t as easy as we made it out to be.
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