Business Registration in any State

Creating a company protects owners' assets amidst legal disputes or claims.

Company Registration Services:

Establishing a company provides crucial advantages for business owners, such as safeguarding personal assets in the event of legal disputes or claims against the business entity. In the United States, there are two primary types of companies: corporations (INC) and Limited Liability Companies (LLC). Each type of company carries distinct tax implications.

Limited Liability Company (LLC):

An LLC offers the advantage of limited personal liability for owners or shareholders. This means that the company's obligations do not pose a risk to their personal assets. The LLC itself is subject to taxation on its income, while shareholders are also liable for taxes on dividends or income they receive.

C Corporation:

A C corporation is a separate legal entity, ensuring that its owners or shareholders are not personally responsible for the company's obligations. The corporation is subject to income tax, and shareholders are additionally liable for taxes on dividends or income received.

S Corporation:

Similar to a C corporation, an S corporation is a distinct legal entity. However, the major distinction lies in taxation. While shareholders are taxed on the income they receive from the company, the corporation itself is not taxed. Meeting strict legal requirements is necessary to qualify as an S corporation. Both C and S corporations provide effective asset protection.

Partnership:

In a partnership, members report business-related income and deductions on their individual tax returns.

Sole-Member:

A sole-member company is not recognized as a separate entity from its owner.

When choosing a company structure, it is essential to understand the legal and tax implications as each option presents its own advantages and disadvantages. Making the correct choice of structure ensures access to various tax benefits. Our services aim to assist you in navigating this decision by evaluating your specific situation.

We will analyze the potential risks and obligations of your business and guide you in selecting the most suitable option.

To register a company, we require the following information:

  1. Desired Name for the Company
  2. Names and Last names of all Founders/Owners
  3. Email Address
  4. Mailing Address
  5. US Phone Number
  6. Field of Activity (for Tax Perspective)
  7. Social Security Number (SSN)
    • If you don't have an SSN, please provide the Mailing Address in the Country of Citizenship.
  8. Photo ID (US driver's license or US visa)

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