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    Is there a difference between the legal forms of conducting a business and the principal Federal income tax forms of doing so? Please explain in detail.

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    Here are the main forms of doing business, and the corresponding federal income tax forms, which is what I think you're getting at, in your question.

    A corporation is either a regular corporation (called a C corp), or a corporation that has filed for S Corp. ...

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    Is there a difference between the legal forms of conducting a business and the principal Federal income tax forms of doing so? Please explain in detail.

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