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Nevada is an popular jurisdiction in the United States in which to incorporate as sales tax applies only to products sold within Nevada and there is no Corporate Income Tax, no Corporate Franchise Tax and no Corporation Succession Tax. The Nevada corporate law is based on the Delaware model and has as goal to minimize the risk, cost and time of commercial litigation.
Some of the main advantages of forming a corporation in the state of Nevada include:
Limited liability company’s (LLC) as well as S and C Corporations offer personal asset protection in the event that your business is involved in legal action (unlike a sole proprietorship or a general partnership). LLC’s are much simpler to form and maintain then S and C Corporations and are able to avoid double taxation. However, corporations have an easier time raising capital than an LLC. Your company’s size, structure, goals, and more will determine if it is better to form a corporation or form an LLC.
|Articles of Incorporation||$ 75 minimum (see explanation below)|
|Nevada business license registration||$500|
|One year resident agent fee||$ 75|
|Our filing service fee||$ 150|
|Total setup fee||$950|
|$75,000 or less -||$75|
|$75,001 to $200,000 -||$175|
|$200,001 to $500,000 -||$275|
|$500,001 to $1,000,000 -||$375|
|For each additional $500,000 or fraction thereof -||$275|
|Maximum fee -||$11,125|
A Nevada LLC & corporation will be required to renew there Nevada state business license yearly and pay the annual filing fees. In addition, companies that are doing business in the state of Nevada will need to pay the Nevada State Commerce tax if their revenue is above 4 million USD.
WE CAN TAKE CARE OF ALL ANNUAL RENEWAL PAPERWORK FOR A FLAT SERVICE FEE OF $299.-
|Annual filing of list of officers and directors|
|State Business license|
|Annual Minutes for Meetings of Directors and Shareholders.|
|Nevada Commerce Tax –This tax is only applied to those businesses that have a gross income that exceeds $4 million in a taxable year and only applies to business done within the state of Nevada. (The filing has to be done in August each year, regardless if the company is getting income from Nevada or not)|
We offer additional optional items you can use to prepare for the opening of your business and keep your business organized.
Obtain an EIN for Your Nevada Corporation Employer Identification Number (EIN), or Federal Tax Identification Number (FTIN), is a nine digit unique and permanent number and is used by the federal government to identify a business entity. It is essentially a social security number for the company. An EIN is required for the following:
Let us apply for a EIN number for you for a flat $199,-
Corporate Book and Seal
We can send you your own corporate book and seal. A corporate seal is a tool used to show approval or authenticity by officially embossing the company’s information, such as name, state, or year of incorporation on business documents. A corporate book is an official records book where a company can keep business documents in one place, such as operating agreements and the Articles of Organization. Both these items are recommended, but not legally required.
S Corporation Designation
We can file Form 2553 with the IRS on your behalf to get your business an S corporation status. Referring to a type of IRS tax designation, the S corporation lets a business be treated as a pass-through entity, where taxable income passes through the entity and falls onto the owners or investors. This option is available to entities who fit certain criteria, such as 100 shareholders or fewer.
We can get you an Apostille if your business will be required to provide an Apostille for international business or expansion. An Apostille is a specialized certificate, in this case, to verify the legitimacy and authenticity of a business document, and is issued by a government agency such as the Secretary of State. This certificate is recognized by countries that are members of the 1961 Hague Convention Treaty (currently 117 countries).
We can send a certified copy of your Articles of Organization or Articles of Incorporation, which are usually necessary when you need to provide proof of your business, such as to open a business bank account. A certified copy is a state-issued copy of your company’s business documents that have been filed with the state.
Certificate of Good Standing
We can send you a Certificate of Good Standing, which is helpful when you need to register your business in another state, apply for a business loan or line of credit, or apply for certain business licenses. A Certificate of Good Standing is a state-issued document that certifies your business as a legal and compliant entity, registered with the state.
Everyone has questions forming a corporation or LLC. You are not the only one. Therefore we have put together this FAQ page to address the most important issues.
See below for the questions we hear the most, and read the answers you need to know. If you don’t see your question below, please call or email us.
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