Create Your Free LLC or INC Today
Will You Really Incorporate My Business for Free?
Yes! We here at Inc Authority understand the power and perks of incorporation—how it makes running a business easier and safer for entrepreneurs.
But we also understand that forming an LLC or corporation can be expensive and we want incorporation to be an achievable goal for all.
One way we do that is by offering free LLC registration.
You get a free LLC because we waive our service charges, labor costs, and overhead which keeps more money in your pocket.
With regard to filing fees, you only pay the mandatory Secretary of State Fees, which you'll need to pay regardless of who forms your LLC for you.
Another reason why we offer free LLC formation is because we want to earn your trust first and then your business…for life.
We believe that when you see how fast, efficient and helpful our business experts are at LLC filing and LLC services,
you’ll trust us to help you manage other important business details like building business credit, getting business funding,
picking and buying a domain name, creating a professional website and other business startup services.
How Do I Get a Free Limited Liability Company?
To incorporate your business for free, there’s no need for you to call and spend hours on the phone answering questions.
Simply click here and form an LLC online, free in just three easy steps.
You’ll also have the option to choose our recommended upgrades during checkout! So, what are you waiting for?
Included with your Free LLC or Corporation
Business Name Check
Inc Authority will check your business name within your state.
Preparation & Filing
Inc Authority will prepare your entity formation documents and submit them to the state.
Registered Agent Service
Ensure you never miss a legal notice. Inc Authority will be your registered agent for 1yr.
Inc Authority prepares and files S-Election document Form 2553 with the IRS (optional).
Digital Storage & Delivery
A digital copy of your start-up legal documents, including your articles of organization or articles of incorporation
which are sometimes called a certificate of formation or a certificate of organization,
will be delivered to you and stored for easy access in our online client portal.
INC CARE Support
Our expert support staff will help answer any questions you have, via email or phone.
State and Federal Tax Planning Consultation
Your new business entity will receive a Tax Planning Consultation to help you save more of your business income.
Business Credit & Funding Analysis
A Business Credit and Funding Expert will review your business credit and financing needs and share solutions with you.
What Does It Mean to Incorporate?
By incorporating, you are separating your business assets from your personal assets to prevent your savings, home,
retirement and other personal assets from being targeted by a lawsuit against your small business.
A single-member LLC is a type of business structure that’s an alternative to being a sole proprietorship.
As a sole proprietor, you and your business are treated as one and the same, the downside is your personal assets are at
risk if your business runs into financial trouble.
Incorporating builds tax flexibility, credibility and company name protection as well as opening the door to tremendous advantages.
What Kind of Business Is It Right For?
LLCs are great for any type of business! This is because LLCs are easy to run and manage with
no limitations as to how many members can be involved or where they’re located.
Formed on the principle of the Freedom to Contract, business owners need only agree among themselves on how to run the company, and courts will uphold that agreement.
Even better, with an LLC, there’s no law requiring resolutions, amendments, meeting minutes or annual board meetings.
- Asset Protection
- Tax Advantages
- Ability to Raise Capital
- Easy to Run
- Only Available to Privately Owned Companies
- Can Lose Pass-Through Tax Treatment
- Possible State Imposed Income Tax
Why Create an LLC?
Business formation services such as an LLC (limited liability company) are structures providing personal liability protection while
at the same time allowing pass-through taxation for its owners. This is important as pass-through taxation is a process by which LLC
profits are distributed to owners, then reported on individual tax returns. By following this process, profits are only taxed once.
Alternatively, in a C corporation, profits can be double taxed, both when allotted to business owners, and when those profits are reported on tax returns.
As you can see, LLC formation services can be a vital tool for your business, especially when it comes to mitigating taxes.
That's why we at Inc Authority provide the ability to form an LLC online while also gaining full access to our business formation experts.
As a result, you can feel confident your dream of business ownership is in good hands.
If you need more reasons to go ahead and file an LLC for free today, here are some ore advantages of this powerful business structure:
LIABILITY PROTECTION - In our litigious society,
incorporating to protect yourself just makes sense. No other structure gives you and your small business the liability protection offered by incorporation.
When you incorporate, your personal assets are not at risk for the debts and liability of your business.
ASSET PROTECTION - It doesn't take a catastrophic lawsuit to wipe out everything you own.
Could you satisfy all your business obligations without tapping into personal reserves or losing personal assets? Incorporating takes this burden off your
shoulders knowing that your personal assets cannot be targeted in the event of a business lawsuit.
TAX SAVINGS - There are a ton of tax benefits that come with incorporation.
LLCs and corporations are entitled by law to many tax deductions not afforded to individuals. Additionally, the self-employment tax savings alone can
amount to thousands of dollars saved every year.
EASE OF MAINTENANCE - Another benefit of the LLC structure is that once you have
set it up, there's not a need for a lot of continual maintenance. And, perhaps more importantly, it's easy to add new partners or sell
interest in the entity to someone else.
This is way more relaxed than the C-Corp business structure, in which a lot of boxes must be checked regularly to make sure your business remains in good standing.
LLCs, S-Corporations, and C-Corporations must file an annual report, normally with your state’s Secretary of State.
Generally, LLCs have fewer restrictions on many administrative items compared to other business structures like C-Corps or S-Corps.
Why Use Inc Authority for Your LLC?
Now that you understand the power of having an LLC as a small business owner, why trust Inc Authority?
What sets us apart from our competition? Simple…it’s our commitment to providing unparalleled customer service.
Of course, every company says it, but few have the 5-star reviews and A+ Trustpilot rating to back it up.
The secret to our success and why you can trust us with your startup, is that we genuinely care about our clients.
Every day we focus on promoting entrepreneurship and helping our clients reach their goals.
What we do is not work, it’s inspiration and motivation for our clients to do more than dream—to actively change their futures.
Contact us at (877) 462-6366
to speak to one of our startup specialists and get started with your free LLC!