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Nevada Business Formation $1000
  • 24-hour formation
  • Custom Articles of Organization/Incorporation
  • Certificate of Good Standing
Employer Identification Number (EIN) $100
  • Fast processing of EIN
  • Quick access to open a business bank account
  • Easily pay federal taxes
Custom Operating Agreement/Bylaws $200
  • Outlines your business’ financial and functional decisions
  • Proves ownership of business for opening a bank account
  • Establishes rules for profit distribution and decision making
Personalized Record Book $200
  • Ownership/stock certificates
  • Organizational meeting minutes
  • Bank account resolutions
Nevada Registered Agent $200
  • Provides a legal address for your business
  • Privacy protection
  • Receives correspondence from Secretary of State and other legal documents
Personal Startup Advisor $1000
  • 1yr of expert advice and guidance - Tax classifications, forms and filing, business licenses, etc.
  • Custom organization strategy for record book documents
  • Ensures all formalities are handled in compliance with the law
Business Needs Analysis $500
  • Business Credit
  • Business Plans
  • Legacy Planning
  • Legacy Planning
  • Payroll
Legal & Tax Experts Access $500
  • Experts available to answer questions
  • Accounting and annual tax filing
  • Estate planning and wealth preservation
Knowledge Center $500
  • Weekly emails
  • Webinars
  • Video library
TOTAL: $4300 TODAY: $1322

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What is an LLC

A Limited Liability Company (LLC) blends the aspects of corporations, partnerships and sole proprietorships into a simple and flexible business entity. LLCs offer the same personal liability protection as corporations with few corporate formalities. LLC entities can be used to hold property and transact any type of business. They protect the owners and operators from personal liability similar to a corporation, and they possess the "pass-through" tax benefits of a partnership. Additionally, LLCs do not require the typical formalities that are required when managing a corporation.

Unfortunately, at this time, we are unable to process corporations for your selected state. However, a Limited Liability Company (LLC) might be a better option for your new business.

Did you know that Limited Liability Companies have become the number one choice for new business start-ups? That's because there are some distinct benefits of operating an LLC, instead of a corporation.

Asset Protection - In today's 'lawsuit-happy' environment, it's more important than ever to put a legal shield between you and your business. As a completely separate entity, LLCs separate the owners from the business itself. There is no personal liability for any LLC debts even if they relate to a contract or tort.

Tax Advantages - LLCs can elect how they are taxed. This is probably one of the best—but least understood—advantages of forming an LLC. You can decide whether it's better to file your taxes as a "disregarded entity" or to get corporate treatment. A disregarded entity is treated the same as a sole proprietor, so your LLC's income will be treated like personal income. If you choose corporate taxation, your business will be taxed at a lower corporate rate for the first $75,000 of income. Any LLC can choose this tax treatment by filing IRS form 8832. Both of these approaches can have big advantages, depending on how much income you personally want to take and how much you plan to reinvest in your business.

Ability to Raise Capital - When you start an LLC, it is simple to bring new owners (called members) on board, and there is no limit as to how many can be involved. These additional investors can be individuals, corporations, trusts, and pension plans, none of which even have to be in the same state or in the United States.

Easy to Operate - The LLC entity was formed around the principle of the freedom to contract. This basically means the owners only have to agree among themselves how the company will be run and the agreement will be held up in court. With an LLC, resolutions, amendments, meeting minutes, and annual board meetings are not required by law, as they are with corporations.