There are really three main provisions of how the company works that makes these companies slightly different. One is how they are taxed, another is the liability owners have in the company's wrongdoings or lawsuits filed against them, and finally the number of shareholders allowed.
What is the vicarious liability vs LLC, LTD ,S and C corporation? In other words how differ liability of the owners in the company's wrongdoings or lawsuits filed against them?
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