A Domestic Profit Corporation is a more complex business structure. As a chartered legal entity, a corporation has certain rights, privileges, and liabilities beyond those of an individual. Doing business as a corporation may yield tax or financial benefits, but these can be offset by other considerations, such as increased licensing fees or decreased personal control. A Domestic Profit Corporation that is organized and chartered under the laws of a state and is considered domestic by the chartering state.
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