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Does the application have any specific business name requirements?


S-Corporation Election Filing Service


There are no name requirements unique to S-Corporations. Rather, if the entity applying is a Corporation, the standard corporate name requirements apply. For example, it must contain an appropriate corporate indicator such as Inc., Incorporated, Corporation, etc.

For LLCs electing S-Corporation taxation, the standard LLC name requirements apply. For example, it must contain an appropriate LLC indicator such as LLC, Limited, Limited Liability Company, etc.



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