What is an Incorporation?
When it comes to setting your business, the first step is deciding what structure to use and then the various details to finalize the structure. The following services list many of the services we offer our Clients to ensure not only they have chosen the proper structure for their business but also have the features to have a properly functioning company.
It is important to note many websites offer simple filings and blank forms. Either of these “services” may meet state requirements but not your company’s specific needs. Additionally, these websites generally do not have attorneys whom you can speak with or consult with regarding how to properly setup your business. Contrary to popular belief, there is no one structure that fits all. In order to avoid future pitfalls and get your company off on the right track, it is highly recommended to seek the advice of an attorney who can properly guide you through the formation of the company.
Furthermore, an attorney, such as the qualified personnel at our Firm, can draft documents specifically tailored to your business and your needs. Many websites offer blank fill-in forms with out an understanding of the document’s use and importance. Our firm prides itself on educating our customers appreciate of every document we draft on their behalf and its use within their company.
What services do we provide?
Getting your business incorporated or getting an LLC is very important for both liability and tax purposes. For liability purposes, having structured business limits your liability to the amount you have invested. For tax purposes, you can reduce paying taxes on your profit by reducing the FICA that will be paid. While anyone can fill out documents for filing purposes, it is imperative the various documents needed for a properly run company are drafted with not only the company’s business in mind, but also the interest of the owners and officers as well.
- Employer Identification Number (Tax ID)
- Standard Articles of Incorporation (Articles of Organization – LLC’s)
- Filing Fee
- Corporate Booklet (includes stamp and certificates)
- 2553 filing (if applicable)
- Free Consultation with Attorney*
- By-Laws (Operating Agreements – LLC’s)
- Detailed Articles of Incorporation (Articles of Organization – LLC’s)