|Nevada Corporation Benefits|
|Well-Defined Business Structure||Nevada corporations have a well-established business structure and chain of command. Officers attend to the daily operations of the corporations, while the board of directors controls company-wide decisions.|
|Nevada Corporate Tax||Nevada is a very popular state for forming corporations and LLCs due to the lack of corporate and personal income tax. You should always consult an expert regarding the potential benefits of incorporating in a given state. Nevada does impose a $500 annual business license fee on corporations.|
|Strong Asset Protection||Nevada’s Corporations Law allows one or more persons to form a Nevada corporation. One individual may be the director, shareholder and officer of the corporation. Forming a Nevada corporation creates a legal entity separate from its incorporator, shareholders, officers, and directors. Nevada corporations also have a long history of case law and provisions that provide extensive protections to shareholders, limiting their personal liabilities.|
|Investor Usability||Nevada corporations can sell stocks and shares to raise capital. Potential company investors will likely be familiar with and feel comfortable investing in a Nevada corporation.|
In Nevada, corporations are formed by filing a formation document called the Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State.
Nevada corporations can be filed by mail, email, fax, online or in person.
If you don’t want to form the corporation yourself, you can hire us to form a Nevada corporation for $99 plus state fees.
|Nevada Incorporation Costs|
|Filing Fee||$75 minimum (based on authorized shares) paid to the Nevada Secretary of State|
|Expedite Fee||$1000 for one hour service
$500 for two hour service
$25-$125 for twenty-four hour service
|Nevada Corporation Maintenance Fees|
|Initial List||$150 minimum fee-based on authorized stock value (due by the last day of the first month following incorporation)|
|Annual List||$150 minimum fee-based on authorized stock value (must be filed by the last day of your incorporation anniversary month)|
|Nevada Business License||$500 license fee (must be renewed annually with the annual list)|
Nevada corporations are not required to adopt bylaws. Your bylaws will be very important in governing your new corporation. Think of it this way, if your corporation were a state, the bylaws would be the states laws. Corporate bylaws are the regulations by which your corporation will operate. Good corporate bylaws should address: dispute resolution, distribution of profits and losses, shareholder rights, and any other important issues. Organizational documents, including the corporate bylaws are included with every IncFast package.
Starting a Nevada corporation is easy. Maintaining your business can be a bit more challenging. Have you thought about how your corporation will hold up to the pressure of modern business requirements? Do you know what will happen in the event of a shareholder dispute? What do you need to open a business bank account? Corporate resolutions, bylaws, and stock certificates are key to starting and maintaining your business. Most serious business transactions will require you to prove that you are authorized to deal on behalf of the corporation. This is where resolutions and bylaws come in. Just sign up for our incorporation service online and you’ll get all the business documents you need to start and maintain your Nevada corporation. Hiring IncFast is easy and smart.
In addition, you can also expect the following when you hire IncFast: