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An Individual membership is associated with an individual and cannot be transferred to another user.
A team membership is not permanently associated with a particular individual and can be transferred to a different user if necessary, such as in the case where an employee leaves the company. Neither is designed to be shared by multiple users.
Teams membership is a little more expensive and gives you what individual membership is plus enhanced file sharing and collaboration, 100GB of online space for each user instead of 20 GB, flexible license management (for adding, removing, or reassigning users as needed), usage tracking and reporting, centralized billing, and included Adobe Expert Services. Please refer to the comparisons to determine if you wish to have the extras that team memberships provide.
If you go to this page and scroll down, there is a comparison chart that may help clarify the differences between individual, teams, and enterprise plans: