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What Constitutes a Corporation?

What Constitutes a Corporation?

When a business grows large enough, it may become a corporation through a state charter. When an entity has formed a corporation, the company is officially recognized as its own legal entity. As a result, the corporation pays its own taxes, enjoys specific privileges, and takes on a new set of responsibilities. In addition to these changes, a corporation may issue its own shares, purchased either by a private owner or opened for public trading.

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