Incorporation refers to the process of forming a corporation, which is a separate legal entity from its owners (known as shareholders). Incorporation provides limited liability protection to the shareholders and allows the company to raise capital through the sale of stocks. The process typically involves filing articles of incorporation with the relevant government agency, such as the Secretary of State, and obtaining a corporate tax ID number. The specific requirements for incorporation vary by jurisdiction and type of corporation.

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