The answer is: maybe.
Incorporation has some major advantages: primarily, a corporate entity is a “person” in common law, which means it can sue and be sued on its own, and if the corporation is bankrupt or subject of a lawsuit, it, NOT you, is responsible to pay the bills.
What does that mean?
If you are at all concerned about your business being subject of a lawsuit of any kind, or going bankrupt (that is, running out of money to pay creditors), then you should consider incorporation.
Incorporation has some negatives too: extra fees to establish and maintain, plus a fair amount of ongoing paperwork.
And since a corporation is considered a legal “person”, how do you think the tax revenue people view it?
That’s right: a corporation has to pay taxes all on it’s own. Fortunately corporate tax rates tend to be low in most jurisdictions. But you will have to file a tax return for your corporation, and you will have to pay taxes on corporate revenues, and then pay again out of the revenues that are paid to your own account.
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