Oregon Corporation: Incorporate in Oregon

Incorporation Oregon

There is no real requirement for a corporate seal for Oregon business incorporation purposes. However, if you are interested in corporate seal, make sure that it is lightweight and ruggedly constructed.

Kinds of Oregon Corporations

Below are the details of business entity types that the majority of Oregon business owners operate:

A Limited Liability Company (LLC) and S-Corporations are identical in that they are "pass-through" entities for tax related matters. There is not much paperwork involved in a Limited Liability Company. On the other hand, S-Corporations give you the opportunity to save on employment taxes but you can only have 100 shareholders. In comparison to S-Corporations, operating a Limited Liability Company is relatively easy. One significant difference between them is that Limited Liability Company owners can distribute profits in the way they want. Limited Liability Company owners need to pay self employment tax.