Let's Talk Business

No matter the business type,
eDocs can help you form your
new company.

C Corporation
S Corporation
Non Profit

Popular Business Solutions

Limited Liabilty Company (LLC)

The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is now one of the most popular business structures among smaller organizations. While allowing business owners to remain free from a great deal of the formalities imposed on other types of businesses, it still provides limited liability protection for its owners (members). LLCs are also eligible for "pass-through" taxation, which means that the company's income taxes are only reflected on each owner's personal tax return, not at the business level. To learn more about forming an LLC, click the link.


eDocs Tax and Filings LLC.             2372 Morse Ave Irvine, CA 92614         All rights reserved 2016-2017© 

eDocs is a document filing service. We are not a law firm and cannot offer legal advice. We are not affiliated with any Government entities in any way.
The information on our website is for general informational purposes only and is not legal advice. Use of the website is subject to our
Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.

Corporation (C Corp)


The C Corporation (C Corp) is what most people think of when they hear the word
"corporation". Most large companies are formed under this structure as it offers the most
tax related options for business owners. It provides the greatest level of separation between
the company and its owners, and allows the company to raise capital through the issuance of publicly  traded stock. However, the many formal requirements placed on C Corps prevent
the structure from being the ideal choice for many smaller organizations.
To learn more about forming an C Corp, click the link.


S Corporation (S Corp)


The S Corporation (S Corp) structure is similar to the C Corp, with a few notable differences.
The most important of these differences is that S Corps are eligible for special pass through taxation status with the IRS. This allows S Corp owners to avoid double taxation on their
business income. S Corps must request pass through taxation status, by filing Form 2553

with IRS after successfully incorporating.
To learn more about forming an S Corp, click the link.




The Nonprofit corporation is a special type of business structure that exists to provide
certain benefits to organizations that have as their main goal service to the public.
Much like other formal business types, those who run Nonprofits are provided
limited liability protection. To learn more about forming a Nonprofit, click the link.

Doing Business As (DBA)


A DBA (also commonly referred to as an assumed name or fictitious name)
provides businesses a legally recognized way to conduct themselves under a name
other than their incorporated name. To learn more about filing a DBA, click the link.
Lets Get Started
Tell us how we can help
Instead of making you wait on hold like the other guys, we value your time!
Fill out the following form and we will contact you asap.
Your Name
Your Phone Number
In a few words, What services you are interested in?