In Vermont, business entities can take many forms. The most common are corporations, limited liability companies (LLCs), partnerships, and sole proprietorships.
The legal structure of the business determines how the entity is taxed, where the liability within the business entity falls, and how organization and control of the entity is defined.
If you are starting a business, the Law Offices of Marc E. Wiener can help you learn and fully understand the differences between each form of entity, so that we can best work with you and properly determine which type of entity best suits the needs of your new business.
For more information, click to visit the Vermont Secretary of State's Types of Corporations page.