Incorporating a business means transforming your sole proprietorship or general partnership so that it becomes its own legitimate business. Through incorporation, the company and owner are seen as a separate legal entity in the eyes of law to transact business.
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Company Formation in the USA means bringing a business into a continuation and beginning its business. It involves the completion of a lot of legitimacy and systems. This new business entity corporation or limited liability company (LLC) gives more credibility to potential clients and employees. Before creating a business plan, it is imperative to administer in-depth market research and work on the demographics of your potential.
- Company Formation
- Registered Agent
- U.S. Address & Mail Forwarding
- Online Document Access
- Employer Identification Number (EIN)
- Individual Tax Payer Identification Number (ITIN)
- U.S. Bank Account
- Ongoing Compliance Filings
- Email Support (48hrs)
- Subsidiary Filing
- Compliance Guarantee
- Phone & Chat Support
The following checklist will give you an idea of how to set up a business.
The steps involved in forming a company are:
Identification Of Business Idea: Select detailed feasibility studies examining all-important aspects of the business.
Fixing Up Signatories To Articles Of Association: Decide their partners signing the Articles of Associations (AOA) to define the internal rules of management. If you are going for LLC, pick up a manager who is going to sign the Articles of Association.
Choosing A State Of Incorporation For Your New Business: Make an application to do the incorporation of the company to the secretary of the state or states. After verifying your details, the Secretary of State.
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Basic Support Services
Name availability Search
Online document support
Registered Agent Services
A+ Live client support
State and IRS Documents
Articles of Incorporation or Organization
S-Corp Election Prep for S-Corps
EIN Obtainment (Employer Identification Number)
Optional Subsidiary Entity Filing for Parent Subsidiary, or Foreign Entity Filing, or DBA
Ownership and Formality Documents
Customized Corporate Records Binder
20 Stock/Membership Certificates
Stock transfer ledger
Corporate Bylaws (for corporations)
Operating Agreement (for LLCs)
Embossed Corporate or LLC seal with your company name
Corporate Suite: Contains corporate documents, minutes, resolutions, and guides
Attorney-drafted sample forms: confidentiality agreement, contract with independent contractor, covenant not to compete, NDA, offer of employment, etc.
5 Email Account
Intellectual Property Services
Second Trademark or Copyright
U.S. Business Address**
Organizational Meeting Live Support***
Annual Meeting Live Support***