The CT Corporation staff was very helpful and we got exactly what we needed, in the time frame we needed it. I would highly recommend CT to anyone.- Sally D. Hartford, Assistant Treasurer
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A Wolters Kluwer company, CT specializes in governance, compliance, and regulation management. Your success is a point of pride with us. From company formation to engineering growth, CT helps meet challenges throughout the business lifecycle.
With the nation's largest team of compliance specialists, CT reduces the time it takes to stay compliant, while ensuring close visibility and control over the compliance process. And we guarantee the quality of everything we do as we deliver a higher order of compliance management.
What are the main differences between an S corp, a C corp, and an LLC?
All three offer limited liability for business debts. Taxation is one of the biggest areas of difference. S corps and LLCs pass through company income and losses to the owners who report and pay taxes on their individual returns. C corps are subject to double-taxation, and pay taxes at both the corporate and individual level.
What does it mean to incorporate?
Incorporating means turning your business into a company formally recognized by your state of incorporation. When a company incorporates, it becomes its own legal business “entity,” set apart from the business owners and often has more credibility with potential customers, vendors, and employees.
Why is incorporating a business important?
The primary benefit of incorporation is limited liability. As a business owner you’re responsible for any debts and losses your business may accumulate. However, as a corporation or LLC your personal assets are protected and typically cannot be used to satisfy the debts and liabilities of the business.
Can I change my corporation status, or convert to an LLC in the future?
Yes, nearly every state permits you to convert from one type of ownership structure to another. The decision to covert must be unanimously agreed to by all stakeholders. How you go about making the conversion depends on your company’s specific circumstance, so be sure to discuss your plans with a professional.
- Revenue: 3,565 Million Euros
- Employees: 19,000 worldwide
- Operations: Over 40 countries
- Stock listing: Euronext Amsterdam: WLSNC.AS
Our customers include over 75% of Fortune 1000 companies, and 70% of the National Law Journal Top 250 law firms.
History of CT
- 1892 The Corporation
of New Jersey is
- 1955 CT represents
more than 75,000
- 1992 CT introduces
- 2000 CT launches
- 2008 CT relaunches
as a web tool
- 1895 CT's first
- 1974 CT marks milestone
of representing more
- 1995 CT is acquired by
- 2005 CT unveils
At a Glance
- 1.6M businesses
by CT services
- 300K start-ups and
- 80K customer annual
- 53 office