a bit of both heh, it's somewhat dual, but the thing is we don't face any "real risks" in our business, like going bankrupt, owing lots of money to creditors etc and that is usually the main reason to set up a company.
I operate as a person. I love to make money online. I'm mostly into SEO services.
I am based in rural France and there are very high obligatory 'social contributions' (health, pension etc) for individuals in France. Hence I am a company.
To the bewilderment of our company accountant, who can't understand what I do or how I make a living from it, or why overseas companies keep sending me money without me invoicing them first. All his other clients are farmers, carpenters etc and affiliate marketing is kind of unheard of here.
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dotcompals (25 December, 2008)
I operate all of my online activity as a person, but I should really incorporate as a business in order to protect my personal assets. My problem is that I live in California and they charge an $800 a year incorporation fee. $800 a year would seriously cut into online profits that I do as a hobby/side job!