The Nevada Company Learning Center
- Why Use a Registered Agent When Incorporating In Nevada?
- Are You Currently Without Limited Liability Protection? It May Be Time to Consider Incorporation.
- What are the Differences between S Corporations and C Corporations?
- Corporation vs LLC: Some Corporation Benefits to Consider
- Are You Considering Incorporation? Here's a Good Place to Start!
- Are You Ready to Incorporate? Here Are the Benefits of Using an Incorporation Service Provider
- How Can Business Owners Benefit from Incorporating in Nevada?
- Consider these factors when incorporating in Nevada
- Which entity is best for me?
- What are state fees?
- How much stock do I need?
- Where do I get stock/membership certificates?
- Do I need a federal tax ID (EIN) number?
- How do I open my company bank account?
- When do I pay franchise taxes?
- Do I need to be registered to "transact business" in my home state?
What is a registered agent, and why should you consider using one? The registered agent is the party responsible for the receipt of important legal and tax documents on behalf of the corporation or limited liability corporation (LLC). The registered agent must have a physical address (no P.O. boxes) in the state of incorporation and must be accessible during normal business hours. Examples of impo... More
Suppose you are giving basketball lessons in your driveway for $5 an hour. You don't file paperwork with the state and don't share business with anyone else. If a student breaks his leg while attending a lesson, your personal assets are not protected if the student were to take legal action. The same goes for a general partnership. If you and your best friend jointly operate a corner candy store w... More
Both C corporations and S corporations are legal entities that exist separately from their owners. They are sometimes called for-profit or business corporations. A C corporation is simply a standard business corporation. It is called a C corporation because it is taxed under subsection "C" of the IRS code. An S corporation is a C corporation that has made an optimal election to be taxed under subs... More
For many business owners, the decision between incorporating your business as a corporation vs. as a limited liability corporation (LLC) in Nevada may be a difficult one. Developing a laundry list of pros and cons may be helpful in clarifying which incorporation type will best benefit you. Remember that the decision you make may have different ramifications in the future.... More
As a business owner you wear many hats—you may be CEO, CFO and chief bottle washer. With all those responsibilities, incorporating your business may be the last thing on your mind, but incorporation is a critical element that offers a number of benefits.... More
As a business owner, you are conscientious about time and money. When delving into the process of incorporating your business, you will find that personally preparing and filing formation documents with the state can be extremely time-consuming and overwhelming. Researching state requirements and fees as well as obtaining, completing and submitting the required documentation involves time away fro... More
The state of Nevada is becoming an increasingly popular place to form a business. In fact, Nevada is recognized as the second best state in the United States with policies that encourage entrepreneurs. Fostering a climate ripe for business growth, Nevada's appeal can be attributed to having no corporate income tax, personal income tax or franchise tax. Discover other reasons why the state of Neva... More
There are many pros and cons that factor into forming a Nevada corporation or limited liability company (LLC). Thats why its important to investigate and research the laws and policies relative to your specific business goals and business type to fully maximize the benefits of incorporating in Nevada. Here are some criteria to keep in mind when learning more about incorporating your business in th... More