No. Inc. is the abbreviation for "incorporated" and it needs to be set off by a comma and followed by a period. If however the sentence continues after the "Inc." there needs to be a comma after the period.
Name of the Employer: ABC Company, Inc.
She works at ABC Company, Inc., where she has been working as an administrative assistant.
"Inc" is not a word, it's an abbreviation for "Incorporated," and there should be a comma before it.
If Inc. is an abbreviation, then it should be followed by a full stop, If Inc. falls as part of a sentence then both a full stop and a comma is required.
not if inc stands for including- it should be a full stop "." to indicate abbreviation and then continue sentence without a capital letter on the following word
There is not a comma after Inc but there is a period then you continue the sentence. It should look like this- Inc.
It makes no difference.
There should be a period after Inc.
If talking about a Co as in a Company, a period will suffice.
Yes, but a space comes after the comma like this:, inc
You would use a comma before it. Xerox, Inc.
Inc. is an abbreviation for incorporated.
"Inc" itself is the abbreviation. It is the abbreviation for the word "Incorporation".
In a company name such as "ABC Corp," do not use a comma. However, use a comma in the formulation, "ABC, Inc."
Inc. is an abbreviation for incorporated, but stylistically is not always capitalized like other abbreviations.
no there shouldn't be any marks besides periods.
The abbreviation for "incorporated" is INC.
Inc. is the abbreviation of Incorporation.
You must use a period after the shortened version of the word Incorporated. Inc. Here is another example. Master of Divinity = M.Div.
If your question is the following then there should be no comma: Should there be a comma after "a man by the name of _______"? No comma is needed.
Just one space is fine, as you can start a new thought from that point.
"Inc" is the abbreviation for incorporated.
yes a comma follows after a name in a letter even on the computr and when your emailing someone.