S corp vs. LLC: How are they different, and how to choose?

LLCs and S corporations are different aspects of business operations but are not mutually exclusive. Use this guide to learn more about the difference between an LLC vs. an S corporation.

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by LegalZoom staff



Updated on: February 23, 2024 · 17min read

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