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Every business owner needs to protect their personal assets from litigation. Billions of dollars are awarded every year in business related lawsuits. In addition to liability and asset protection, tax advantages and more, incorporating offers tremendous estate planning advantages because it continues to exist even after the death of a shareholder.
Yes, we offer a comprehensive menu of business startup services, including business funding/business credit, website design, business plans and more! We want to be the company you go to for all your business startup needs!
Like an LLC, a corporation is a legal entity created separately from those who own and operate it. A corporation's debts and taxes are separate from its owners, thereby offering the greatest personal liability protection of all business structures. The two most common types of corporations are S and C corporations. We will assist you in choosing which type of corporation is right for you and help you complete the appropriate paperwork for your filing.
An LLC blends the aspects of corporations, partnerships and sole proprietorships into a simple and flexible business entity. LLCs 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 offer the same personal liability protection as corporations, but do not require the typical formalities that are required when managing a corporation.
As a full-service corporate formation specialist, Inc Authority not only helps form your business, we provide services to help operate your business efficiently. By taking care of things like bookkeeping, taxes, legal planning, business funding, business planning and more, you can focus on running your business. You don’t have to do it alone. Our team of business startup specialists are here to make starting your business a breeze.
By offering our LLC setup for free, you have more money in your pocket to make your business succeed. At IncAuthority.com, we want to earn your trust, and then your business for life.
A registered agent is a person or entity authorized to receive legal documents and other official government mail, including the IRS, for your business. You're actually required to have a registered agent if your business doesn’t have a physical location in the state in which it’s registered. In addition to receiving mail, registered agents must be open for regular business hours and must be in a location where interested parties can visit or inspect. To eliminate this burden, allow Inc Authority to act as your registered agent.
All corporations and LLCs are required by law to have an address where they can accept service of legal documents/notifications from the state or other governmental agencies. By having a Registered Agent, you don't have to worry about having regular business hours or a set business address. Even if you do have a working office, do you really want to be served a lawsuit or have a visit from the IRS in front of your employees/customers? Your registered agent is a buffer between your business and your personal life.
A business record book is a place to store your vital company records. It allows you to easily and efficiently organize and quickly locate key business documents. In addition, the business record book includes many legal documents required to open a bank account and conduct business. But most importantly, it holds your stock certificates and ledger to certify the ownership of your company.
An IRS Tax Identification Number, also known as an EIN or IRS employer identification number, is a unique number, issued by the IRS, to each business entity. It acts as a Social Security Number for your business. This number is required to open a bank account, report taxes to federal and state governments, hire employees and conduct business. If you have a corporation or limited liability company, you need an EIN number.
To obtain an EIN, you must contact the IRS and complete form SS4 . Or, you can let Inc Authority deal with the IRS and obtain your company's EIN on your behalf. Remember, an EIN is your company's unique taxpayer identifier. Your personal social security number should never be used in relation to your business’ affairs.
For faster business formation, Inc Authority offers a Premium Rush Service where your order is marked for priority handling. Each state has a different turnaround time for registering new corporations and LLCs that can range from one week to 6 months. Many states offer an expedited registration service to assist entrepreneurs who need to quickly file their corporation or LLC. Inc Authority will prioritize your new business ahead of our non-rush customers. We guarantee to submit your business filing within 24 hours of receipt of your order during our normal business hours.

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