Most small businesses shouldn’t consider incorporation. The red tape and overhead connected to corporate tax returns and payroll tax returns is just too much.
However, once a small business begins to generate significant profits, the small business may want to consider operating as an s-corporation.
An s-corporation may allow the small business owner to avoid the 15.3% payroll tax on a substantial portion of the firm’s profits.
Our Pennsylvania S corporation kit
For Pennsylvania small business owners and entrepreneurs interested in the small business s-corporation option, we provide two downloadable do-it-yourself kits.
We recommend Pennsylvania entrepreneurs use the LLC version of our s-corporation kit which you can acquire by clicking the button below.
If you want to use a traditional corporation as the base for your s-corporation, alternatively, you can acquire that kit by clicking the button below.
Note: each kit comes with complete instructions you will need to form an LLC or corporation as well as sample governing documents you will need for the new entity.
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