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All states require a filing fee (formation fee). Texas charges a $310 filing fee to form an LLC. Our package prices below include that fee.
As one of the very first formation companies to offer online services, Incorporate Fast has been at the forefront of pioneering fast, simple online formations since 2002. No one is faster. No one is better.
Nobody offers a more complete Texas LLC package at a lower cost than Incorporate Fast. Other incorporation services charge you separately for crucial business documents, or to use their address on formation documents, or they charge you a premium for registered agent service. At Incorporate Fast, you get your complete Texas LLC package for one single price with no hidden costs, no added-charges, and the fastest filing time in the industry.
We offer the fastest incorporation filing in the industry. Every order is processed the same day, and you can select the 1-Day Expedite, which is the fastest possible filing time allowed by the Texas Secretary of State. No other service gets it done faster.
When you sign up for your Texas LLC with Incorporate Fast, we automatically list our address information on your formation documents, and we list ourselves as the organizer. Doing this provides your business with an added layer of security, keeping your personal information private and safe from data-miners, hackers and third-party companies looking to sell you everything under the sun.
An LLC in Texas is formed by filing a Certificate of Formation with the Secretary of State.
The following information must be listed on your Certificate of Formation:
When you hire IncFast to form your LLC, our signup process gives you easy to follow directions so that all the information above is asked for in an easy-to-understand format. Additionally, our professional filers will complete your filing the same day you order, and the entire Texas LLC formation process can be completed within 1 business day (the fastest time allowed by the Secretary of State).
When you create an LLC, you are essentially creating a new entity, separate from yourself, for the purpose of doing business. It's how the LLC is able to protect your personal assets. If this makes sense, you can skip to the next section. But if you want a fuller understanding of how an LLC functions, Keep reading
To grasp the basic concept of an LLC, and business entities in general, pretend that when you create an LLC, you are registering an imaginary friend with the secretary of state (this may sound crazy, but if you follow along, this example is frighteningly exact). Once registered with the state, the imaginary friend is granted all the rights of a real person; you can even open a bank account in their name. The imaginary friend is in charge of running the business, and should the imaginary friend be sued, he/she/it can only be sued for the assets you and other friends have provided. That’s basically what we mean when we talk about asset protection: should your LLC be sued, you won’t be sued personally.
There are complicated things known as charging orders that can “pierce the veil” of an LLC, but that tends to require a mingling of personal and business funds in the same account. If you keep a strict separation of personal and business assets and pay creditors, in most situations, the LLC will shield you from personal liability.
Every Texas LLC Order is Processed by Our Expert Filers the Same Day It Is Ordered, and We Notify You Immediately Upon Activation by the Secretary of State.