One of the most commonly asked questions is whether someone should form a corporation or an LLC. You can find all kinds of advice online, but nothing substitutes from a dialog with a business law attorney that has experience and your best interests in mind.
If your business will have less than 35 owners and meets all the requirements for an S-Corp then you can elect to be Closely-Held. This election allows you, upon written agreement, to forgo annual meetings and minutes without adding personal liability.
Lean more about the process of forming an entity here: The Process
Or, if you're ready: