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Why should I incorporate with The Company Corporation®?Back to top
The Company Corporation® has helped entrepreneurs like you incorporate for more than 100 years. We have trained and certified incorporation specialists who can answer most of your questions (barring legal or tax intricacies) and take your order by phone or online.
What do I need to do to form a corporation or LLC?Back to top
The Company Corporation® will guide you through the state's requirements for your company's formation. To get started, you'll need to provide information like your choice of entity (Inc. or LLC), state of incorporation and business name.
Why should I incorporate or form a limited liability company (LLC)?Back to top
The biggest benefit to incorporating or forming an LLC is the opportunity to separate your personal identity from your business, reducing the likelihood of personal assets being affected by business debts or lawsuits. Other benefits include possible tax advantages, easier access to capital funding, anonymity of ownership and centralized management.
What is a corporation? What is a limited liability company? What are some of the differences between the two entity forms?Back to top
A corporation is an artificial entity governed by the laws of its state of incorporation. Corporations issue shares of stock to owners, but a board of directors makes management decisions; corporations can be taxed at both the corporate and individual tax rate (of shareholders). Limited liability companies cannot issue stock, but they are generally able to provide the limited personal liability of corporations and the pass-through taxation of partnerships or S corporations.
How much does it cost to incorporate or form a limited liability company (LLC)?Back to top
The cost depends upon the state, entity type and package (complete, economy or international) that you select, but The Company Corporation can provide you a quick estimate when visiting our website.
How long will it take before my business is officially incorporated?Back to top
If you form a Delaware corporation with The Company Corporation®, your new corporation will usually be filed within only a few hours of receipt of your order. Due to our nationwide network of offices, your corporate documents in most other states will be filed with the appropriate state agency within just two to three days. However, it can take several days or weeks for the state to return the evidence of filing. As soon as the official documents are released by the state, we forward them to you via Federal Express.’
Are there any special requirements for selecting a corporate name?Back to top
Yes, though regulations vary by state. Generally, your corporate name must not match or be too similar to the name of an existing company registered in your desired state. The name must usually end with a valid corporate indicator for your formation state. Most states will accept Incorporated, Corporation, Company, Limited or an abbreviation of one of these terms. The Company Corporation® can assist you in determining the acceptable corporate indicators in your state.