In short, it’s possible. In most states, one person can easily incorporate a valid, legal corporation, usually with the enlistment of services and friends.  To have a valid corporation, a corporation must have at least two officers; a President and a Secretary.

Officers are responsible for daily operations and can be appointed or removed at any time by the Directors.  A minimum of one person must serve as a Director. Directors are responsible for the general affairs of the corporation including the appointment and removal of corporate officers.

One person may simultaneously hold more than one corporate office person – may also serve as a Director and be a shareholder.  As a one-person entity, you may be able to outsource many of your general office duties as well.