Should You be a C-Corp, S-Corp or LLC? What Difference Does It Really Make?

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The Company Corporation's Tweetchat series continues on Thursday, August 15 at 2:00 pm, hosted by small business experts Brian Moran and Rieva Lesonsky.

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The Company Corporation prides itself on helping small business owners grow their enterprises. Our new Tweet Chat series with Brian Moran and Rieva Lesonsky offers insights from two of the nation's leading experts on entrepreneurship.

As part of its ongoing efforts to provide guidance to aspiring entrepreneurs, The Company Corporation (@company_corp) presents "Should you be a C-Corp, S-Corp or LLC? What difference does it really make?" on Thursday, August 15, 2013 at 2:00 pm (EDT). It is the second installment of a six-part Tweetchat series hosted by small business experts Brian Moran and Rieva Lesonsky.

Small business owners can follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #compcorpchat to gain insights into how to start your own company, the differences in business formats (C-Corp, S-Corp, limited partnership, LLC, etc.), and other information about running a business.

Rieva Lesonsky (@Rieva) has spent 30+ years covering small business & entrepreneurship and is CEO and founder of GrowBiz Media, a custom content & media company that helps marketers reach small business owners and helps entrepreneurs start and grow their companies. Before co-founding GrowBiz Media in 2008, Rieva was the longtime editorial director of Entrepreneur Magazine. A nationally known speaker, best-selling author and an advocate for on entrepreneurship, she has appeared on the Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, Martha Stewart and Oprah, and is regularly seen on MSNBC's Your Business.

Brian Moran (@BrianMoran), founder & CEO of Brian Moran & Associates, is dedicated to helping entrepreneurs to run better businesses. He leverages 20+ years of experience in publishing magazines for business owners (Inc., Entrepreneur) to assist entrepreneurs on using social media, accessing growth capital, and expanding globally. A graduate of Marquette University's School of Journalism, Brian was given the prestigious Lou Campanelli Award at SCORE's national conference in recognition in 2012 for his years of service in the small business market. In October 2012, he was named one of the country's top 100 SMB Influencers by Small Business Trends & Small Biz Technology.

"The Company Corporation prides itself on helping small business owners grow their enterprises. Our new Tweetchat series with Brian Moran and Rieva Lesonsky offers insights from two of the nation's leading experts on entrepreneurship," said John Meyer, Director of Education for the Company Corporation. "The series will address the worries of entrepreneurs, and provide relevant advice."

Tweetchats presented by The Company Corporation will be at 2:00 pm (EDT) at the dates listed below.

8/15: Should you be a C-Corp, S-Corp or LLC? What difference does it really make?
9/19: Need help? Where to get the best advice for your small business.
10/17: How to really start a business.
11/14: Should I incorporate in Delaware? Do I really need a business plan? Answers to your need-to-know business questions.
12/12: The BIG year: Poised for small business growth in 2014.

About The Company Corporation

With more than 500,000 businesses formed, The Company Corporation provides affordable incorporation and business compliance services to small businesses and entrepreneurs nationwide. Based in Delaware, The Company Corporation serves small business owners across the U.S. through its websites, http://www.incorporate.com and http://www.llc.com. Follow The Company Corporation on Twitter @Company_Corp.

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