Glossary definition

What is a c-corporation?



A c-corporation or corporation is a term used to describe a business entity for tax filing purposes used to distinguish itself from others. A c-corporation is often taxed twice because it pays a corporate income tax rate. The corporation itself pays taxes and then it pays taxes on any funds distributed to shareholders.

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