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Incorporation Services

If you are looking for an affordable and easy way to incorporate your business, you need not look any further. Not only can we help you choose the right form of business for you to operate, but we also can file all of the required paperwork on your behalf to make your incorporation process as convenient as possible.

Incorporation can benefit your sole-proprietorship in multiple ways:

  • Credibility

Your clients, suppliers and partners tend to prefer to do business with an incorporated company.

  • Long-term existence

Your corporation or a LLC will not cease to exist when you are no longer involved with your company.

  • Going public

Should you decide to divest wholly or partially of your business, you could easily sell stock of your business.

  • Tax savings

You can take advantage of additional deductions otherwise not available to you as a self-proprietorship

  • Asset protection

Corporate veil will limit your liability for business obligations and legal actions

  • Name protection

Prevent other businesses operating under the same name as your company

 

As a full-service incorporation provider, we can also draft your bylaws or operating agreement. You will need these documents to obtain financing or satisfy potential business partner inquiry.

If you plan to operate in a state where you do not have a physical presence, we can help you with establishing a registered agent service, which will forward your mail to you on a daily basis.

From preliminary company name search to establishing your business checking account we will work with you to meet your most demanding goals.

As a value-added service to our clients we will apply for your Employer Identification Number (EIN) at no extra charge. EIN, also known as Employer Tax ID is an equivalent of your Social Security Number for an incorporated business. We will also apply for your state’s Tax ID number, so you could file your tax return with your state.

Common business types include:

  • Corporation

Is an independent business entity that issues stock, owned by shareholders. Shareholders are not liable for any debts incurred by the corporation. This entity is subject to double-taxation (first to corporation and then to shareholders.)

  • Limited Liability Company (LLC)

Is a hybrid business form that benefits from limited liability of a corporation and tax efficiencies of a partnership (double taxation is avoided.) In addition, this form is flexible enough to allow for a single partner LLC.

  • Partnership

Is a form of business, where two or more persons own it. Typically, there is at least one “active” partner who is directly involved in business operations, unlike a “silent” partner who simply provides initial investment capital.

  • S Corporation

Is a special type of a corporation that allows shareholders to avoid double-taxation and enable operational flexibility through less formal compliance requirements.


If you are not yet ready to incorporate your business, we can help you register your assumed business name or DBA Name (Doing Business Name) in your state. By law, as a sole proprietorship, you are required to use your personal name as your legal name, registering a DBA will allow you to operate your business under your assumed name.




Excel Strategies, LLC - Incorporation services for small businesses