Apologies if this subject seems to come up every so often, but I've sifted through searchyc and haven't found much.
I plan on registering a company, with 2 others, that will, as of now, be bootstrapped into a lifestyle business. At this point, you'd probably suggest I go with S-Corp or LLC because of their tax pass through and our desire to bootstrap. However, I do not want to sacrifice any possible opportunities that may arise down the road, with respects to granting options, raising vc money, or being acquired. Perhaps these are issues I shouldn't worry about now, but I'd rather set things up properly from the get go, which is why I am considering a C-Corp.
Any advice on when/why an llc/c corp/s corp would be chosen would be greatly appreciated.
Also, I'm looking for recommendations as to who to file these papers with. I'm in southern California.