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The decision to create an LLC or file as an S Corporation are mainly driven by the tax implications. Specifically, these are "pass through" entities that are not subject to the "double tax" of a "C" corporation. Thus, the LLC allows for all the protections against liability that a "C" corporation provides but without the tax implications. If you do not plan to have 100s of employees, then an LLC would likely be the more desirable set up for your business.