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C Corporation

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A C corporation is a corporation that decides to be taxed as a corporation.

C corporations pay federal and state income taxes on earnings.

When a C corporation's dividends are distributed to shareholders, the income is subject to further taxation as shareholder's income.

In contrast, an S corporation's earnings are taxed only once.

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