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Is it a good idea to incorporate in a state with no state tax

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Corporations have their own tax structure.  No state income tax only applies to personal income or direct/flow-through business entities (sole proprietorship, partnership, LLC).

Only Wyoming, Nevada, and South Dakota have no corporate income tax.

If you live in a state like Texas or Florida with no personal income tax, your best bet is most likely an LLC.  However, as with all entity decisions, it also depends upon the liability you're willing to assume regarding your business.

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