Should my wife and I as freelancers take all payments into my corporation?

Question Details: My wife works freelance as a graphic designer and I work for myself as a music teacher and apart from all this I have a corporation I set up for my web business and music business which has not took off at this point but I have the corporation just the same. Would it make sense to have all our payments to each of us my music lessons included as well as my wife's freelance work made out to my corporation? On one hand, it would make things better organized but would we save money paying taxes too?

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