PA (Professional Association) Financial Glossary

What is it? A type of corporation that provides most of the benefits of incorporation but do not relieve the participants of professional (malpractice) liability. This type of organization is common among accountants, doctors, and lawyers. Also called Professional Corporation (PC).

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