manty, just something to consider. When you go "corporate" you will be stepping into an entirely difference tax reporting bracket, from an IRS point of view.
Before leaping into this, I would have a chat with a tax consultant, preferably one whose is an "Enrolled Agent"
, i.e. licensed to practice before the IRS; this expertise isn't within the purview of your H&R Block guy.
While there may be some tax advantage, personally, I wouldn't bother with incorporation; it isn't cheap to do, and once "incorporated" it isn't cheap to get out of (at this point you would have the IRS involved, and other legal entities to reverse (for which, an attorney would be required)). And realistically
, at this point in your career, there probably isn't much to "protect". If you are that
concerned about "errors and omissions"
you can purchase insurance for that without being incorporated.
And as far as using your name goes, why not ... ??