Your corporation isn’t tied down to investments in stocks and bonds.  You’re able to invest in a variety of assets, including real estate, art, antiques – anything tangible that has value and isn’t likely to depreciate.

 While you can purchase a company car, for instance, it isn’t considered an “investment” because of its inevitable depreciation.  However, an antique car might be viewed as an investment because it would increase in value.

 Any tangible investments should be paid for through the corporation and insured in the name of the corporation.  If you buy art as an investment for the corporation, then it must stay in corporate territory, and not adorning the walls of your home’s living room.