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Date: 09/20/2017 | Category: | Author: developers

NEVADA Corporation & LLC

Economists foresee a sustainable economic growth in the next few years in Nevada. Every day, new businesses are formed in Nevada and this ranges from LLCs to corporations and from sole proprietorships to partnerships. Incorporating your business in the state of Nevada will offer you several benefits that will aid in the growth of your business, including no corporate income tax and no taxes on corporate shares.

Incorporate in Nevada Online

You can now incorporate your business in Nevada online with specialist services provided by incparadise.net, a registered agent for business incorporation services in Nevada. Some of the services provided include:

  • Drafting of custom NV incorporation articles for Nevada Corporation
  • Filling and filing Nevada business registration form
  • Receipt of filed business incorporation documents within a period of 7 to 10 business days since the date of filing.

Time to set up a company

The time taken to process your corporation formation documents with routine processing usually takes 4 – 6 weeks. That’s why we are offering free Expedited Processing in Nevada for articles of organization and registration with us.

After all, we understand the importance of a timely business setup. Take advantage of our free Expedited Processing offer in Nevada today and get your company up and running in no time. Don’t miss out on this opportunity – contact us now to get started and experience a seamless and efficient formation process!

Advantages

Incorporation of businesses in Nevada are on the basis of the Nevada Corporate privacy statutes, started in 1991 based on the corporate statutes Delaware. This ensured a dramatic increase in new incorporations in Nevada.  Some of the advantages of forming a corporation in the state of Nevada include:

  • Nevada does not tax the income of state’s citizens and corporations
  • Nevada corporations are not subjected to hidden taxes like capital stock taxes, franchise taxes, or even inventory taxes.
  • In Nevada, sales tax is applicable only on products that are sold within the state.
  • Nevada has established a corporate structure that ensures owners and investors in Nevada corporations enjoy increased privacy.
  • Nevada is the only state in the USA that does not have a formal information-sharing agreement with the IRS
  • Nevada is also the only state which allows the issuing of bearer shares
  • In Nevada, incorporation can take place without the need for any minimum initial capital
  • Corporate directors and officers of a Nevada corporation are protected from any type personal liability for lawful acts on behalf of corporation

LLC, Corporation S or C

LLCs, C corporations, or S corporations provide personal liability protection. LLCs and S Corporations are commonly used by small business startups as they will enable you in growing your business as well as adding new owners. The cost for setting up S Corporations and LLC are almost the same, although a key difference lies in owners being affected by employment taxes.

Initially, when a corporation is chartered in the state of Nevada, it is given the status of a Corporation C. A Nevada C Corporation becomes an S Corporation when a special tax treatment (pass-through taxation) is sought after with the consent from all shareholders of the C Corporation. The change to an S Corporation can be sought by filing the “Form 2553” with IRS in accordance to Sub-chapter S of the Internal Revenue Code.

A C Corporation or C Corp is considered as a separate taxpayer and the income as well as expenses are taxed to the corporation. A C Corporation is the right type of business if you are looking for flexible profit-sharing among owners or want the company earnings to stay within your business and grow. C Corporation provides flexibility towards setting salaries for owners or employees in order to minimize Medicare taxes and Social Security.

A S Corporation is the right type of business if you are looking towards taking advantage of pass-through taxation and desire lower risk of IRS audits.

Yearly requirements

A Nevada corporation can be incorporated in the state of Nevada under Chapter 78 of the Nevada Revised Statutes of the state. In order to incorporate a Corporation in the state of Nevada, you will require a Nevada state business license. This license has to be renewed each year by paying an annual fee. If you fail to submit the annual fee by the required due date, then you will be fined $100 as a penalty.

  • Annual list of officers and directors (or managers) We will remind you when the list is due and can file it for you.
  • State Business license and it is renewed together with Annual list.
  • Nevada Commerce Tax – Due in August.
  • Registered Agent annual fee is $89, but if you pre-pay, we give you additional years for only $40.
  • Annual minutes for Meetings of Directors and Shareholders. Free forms included on your account or full service provided.

Cost to incorporate in Nevada

To incorporate a for-profit Corporation in the state of Nevada pursuant to NRS Chapter 78, 80, 78A, and 89 for Domestic and Foreign Corporations, Close Corporations and Professional Corporations, the fee charged by incparadise.net is $878.00. The fee takes into account filing of Articles of Organization, Initial List of Managers or Members and/Annual or Amended List of Managers or Members, and business license.

Incorporate in Nevada Online

You can now incorporate your LLC in Nevada online with specialist services provided by incparadise.net, a registered agent for LLC incorporation services in Nevada. Some of the services provided include:

  • Drafting of custom NV incorporation articles for Nevada LLC
  • Filling and filing Nevada LLC registration form
  • Receipt of filed business incorporation or LLC documents within a period of 7 to 10 business days since the date of filing.

Time to set up a company

The time taken to process your LLC formation documents with routine processing usually takes 4 – 6 weeks. That’s why we are offering free Expedited Processing in Nevada for articles of organization and registration with us.

After all, we understand the importance of a timely business setup. Take advantage of our free Expedited Processing offer in Nevada today and get your company up and running in no time. Don’t miss out on this opportunity – contact us now to get started and experience a seamless and efficient formation process!

Advantages

You can incorporate a Limited Liability Company in Nevada on the basis of the Nevada Corporate privacy statutes started in 1991. Some of the advantages of forming an LLC or corporation in the state of Nevada include:

Nevada does not tax the income of state’s citizens and LLCs as:

  • No personal income tax
  • No corporate income tax
  • No franchise tax on income
  • No unitary tax
  • No admissions tax
  • No estate tax or gift tax

As a corporate director, manager, or officer of a Nevada LLC, you are protected from any type of personal liability for unlawful acts on behalf of the corporation.

As compared to other states, Nevada doesn’t require LLCs to file a list of company assets.

It is not mandatory for directors, shareholders, and officers of an LLC in Nevada to be Nevada residents.

LLC (S Corporation or C Corporation)

One of the most important aspects of forming a corporation in Nevada is the understanding of the difference between an LLC, S Corporation or C Corporation and the process through which a Nevada C Corporation can become a Nevada S Corporation.

It is also important to be aware of certain restrictions that are applicable to Nevada S Corporations, but are not applicable for C Corporations. If you have a specific situation and require advice for choosing between an S Corporation and a C Corporation status in the state of Nevada, then it is highly recommended to discuss this with your tax advisor, attorney or accountant.

In order to incorporate your business as an S corporation, C Corporation or LLC, Articles of Incorporation for corporations as well as Articles of Organization for LLCs are required to be filed with the Nevada state agency.

Initially, when a corporation is chartered in the state of Nevada, it is given the status of a C Corporation. A Nevada C Corporation becomes an S Corporation when a special tax treatment (pass-through taxation) is sought after with the consent from all shareholders of the C Corporation. The change to S Corporation can be sought by filing the “Form 2553” with IRS in accordance to Sub-chapter S of the Internal Revenue Code.

A limited liability company (LLC), seen more as a traditional business designation, can exist as a sole proprietor/partnership, S-corp or a C-corp. LLCs in Nevada offer greater flexibility in terms of choosing the tax identity that will most benefit the members.

Yearly requirements

Once a limited liability company (LLC) Nevada is formed, there are certain yearly requirements that need to be fulfilled to ensure your business is in compliance with Nevada Limited-Liability Company Articles of Organization (NRS Chapter 86) and state laws. These requirements are important for upholding the limited liability that an LLC provides to its owner. The yearly requirements for Nevada LLCs are:

  • Annual report requirement: Nevada requires LLCs to file their Annual List of managers and members. The filing fee is $150 for the Annual report.
  • Business license requirement: Nevada requires LLCs to renew their business license registration. The fee is $200 for the business license registration.
  • Federal tax identification number (EIN): An LLC that has employees will require an EIN. It is also a mandatory requirement for opening business bank account.
  • State tax identification number: Nevada LLCs will require a state tax identification number.

Cost to incorporate in Nevada

The cost to incorporate a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Nevada pursuant to NRS 86 for both domestic as well as foreign LLC’s is $570. The fee includes filing of Articles of Organization, Initial List of Managers or Members and/Annual or Amended List of Managers or Members, and business license.

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NEVADA CORPORATION total only $878.00

Including Nevada State Initial Filing fee $789 and $89 fee for checking name availability,preparing Nevada state-approved Articles of incorporation, filing Articles with state, sending Articles to you.

APPLY FOR CHEQLY BUSINESS ACCOUNT AFTER YOU INCORPORATE YOUR COMPANY

Once your company is set up, you will need:

  1. Tax ID (EIN) – free over the Internet or phone.
  2. Initial List – The Initial List is required to open a bank account. As of November 1st, 2017, the Nevada Secretary of State requires that when you order your Articles of Incorporation/Corporation, you will need to file your Initial List also.
  3. Company Minutes & Stock Certificates – are included in incorporation. You will have access to documents generated on your client account.

Annual requirements for Nevada corporations:

  1. Annual list of officers and directors (or managers) We will remind you when the list is due and can file it for you.
  2. State Business license and it is renewed together with Annual list.
  3. Nevada Commerce Tax – Due in August.
  4. Registered Agent annual fee is $89, but if you pre-pay, we give you additional years for only $40.
  5. Annual minutes for Meetings of Directors and Shareholders. Free forms included on your account or full service provided.

Time to set up a company

The time taken to process your corporation formation documents with routine processing usually takes 4 – 6 weeks. That’s why we are offering free Expedited Processing in Nevada for articles of organization and registration with us.

After all, we understand the importance of a timely business setup. Take advantage of our free Expedited Processing offer in Nevada today and get your company up and running in no time. Don’t miss out on this opportunity – contact us now to get started and experience a seamless and efficient formation process!

Advantages

Incorporation of businesses in Nevada is on the basis of the Nevada Corporate privacy statutes, started in 1991 based on corporate statutes Delaware. This ensured a dramatic increase in new incorporations in Nevada. Some of the advantages of forming a corporation in the state of Nevada include:

  • Nevada does not tax the income of state’s citizens and corporations
  • Nevada corporations are not subjected to hidden taxes like capital stock taxes, franchise taxes, or even inventory taxes.
  • In Nevada, sales tax is applicable only on products that are sold within the state.
  • Nevada has established a corporate structure that ensures owners and investors in Nevada corporations enjoy increased privacy.
  • Nevada is the only state in the USA that does not have a formal information-sharing agreement with the IRS
  • Nevada is also the only state which allows the issuing of bearer shares
  • In Nevada, incorporation can take place without the need for any minimum initial capital
  • Corporate directors and officers of a Nevada corporation are protected from any type personal liability for lawful acts on behalf of corporation

Nevada & Wyoming Mail Forwarding

All mail that we receive on your behalf is entered into our system and scanned daily. We will immediately notify you by email once this process has been completed. You have the ability to select which articles of mail should be scanned. For example, you have the option to choose to have all incoming mail scanned automatically. Or, you may choose to only have selected letters entered into the system (e.g. you may want to verify who the sender is before the article of mail is scanned into the system). We offer several flexible and low-cost plans for our re-mailing and scanning services.
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Nevada Registered Agent / Resident Agent

Nevada State laws require business entities to maintain a Resident Agent physically located in Nevada. Nevada Resident Agent must be available during regular business hours. We are locally based in Las Vegas in our own building and will be happy to serve as your registered agent. We serve to thousands of companies since 2001!

Don’t get fooled by companies claiming the lowest price and increasing it later. Our pricing is very simple. We charge $89 per year. We also have few specials. Whenever you decide to pre-pay additional years you get them for $40/year.

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Nevada Corporation

 ORDER ONLINE: Use this online order form and pay by credit card.

 ORDER BY FAX: You can print and fax us this order form.

Frequently Asked Questions about Nevada Corporations.

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Nevada LLC (Limited Liability Company)

 ORDER ONLINE: Use this online order form and pay by credit card.

 ORDER BY FAX: You can print and fax us this order form.

Frequently Asked Questions about Nevada Corporations.

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Other company types

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Type of companies we can set up in Nevada

Nevada Corporation (Inc.)

This is the most popular choice. Incorporation process is the same for C-Corporation or S-Corporations. Once the corporation is set up we can file for S-status with IRS if you wish to have S-Corporation. Order Nevada Corporation

Nevada Limited-Liability Company (LLC)

LLC is the second most popular choice. Great for real estate investors or people who like simplicity of management. LLC is less strict about annual meetings and minutes. LLC is pass through entity where all income is distributed between owners. Order Nevada LLC

Nevada Close Corporation

Some lawyers recommend Close corporation, because it is easier for management. Close Corporation is a variation of regular corporation, where directors are not required. Shareholders can take role of directors and manage the corporation. Order Nevada Close Corporation

Nevada Non-Profit Corporation

Nevada Non-Profit corporation. Order Nevada Non-Profit Corporation

Nevada Limited Partnership (LP)

The limited partnership provides some of the benefits of both a corporation and a general partnership by being a pass-through organization but allowing certain participants who are investors but are not active in the day-to-day operations of the business to achieve limited liability by becoming limited partners. Order Nevada Limited Partnership

Nevada Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)

LLP is one of the newest entities in Nevada. LLP can offer limited shield protection comparing to LLC. Do not set up LLP unless you know what you are doing. Order Nevada Limited Liability Partnership

Nevada Business Trust

Business Trust is one of the newest entities in Nevada. Do not set up Business Trust unless you know what you are doing. We recommend regular corporations and LLCs for small business owners. Other entities might have important role in asset protection or estate planning. We recommend consulting lawyer for more complicated structures. Order Nevada Business Trust

Nevada Registered Agent

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NEVADA REGISTERED AGENT

The role of a Nevada registered agent is to provide a physical address approved legally within a jurisdiction, so that the service of process can be facilitated along with other legal notifications for a wide variety of business entities.

Easy and Affordable Pricing – $89 – Just for you! We also offer a unique deal for all our clients as you are extremely special to us! As a part of the plan, if you decide to go with IncParadise Long-Term by prepaying then the special pricing for you will be $40/year!

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Do you need Nevada Registered Agent for your new company?

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Do I need a Registered Agent for my Nevada Business?

You can form a new business in Nevada or shift your existing business to the state as it’s a low cost of doing business, but has a strong regulatory environment ensures that your business experiences good growth. This is where you are probably asking the question “Why do I need registered agent services in Nevada?”

Why Do I need a Registered Agent in Nevada?

The corporate or LLC laws in most of the states in the U.S including the State of Nevada, requires each and every business entity formed or registered in the state, to designate as well as maintain a “registered agent” in the public records of that state. Is there a law in Nevada that requires businesses to maintain a registered agent?

According to NRS 77.390 and NAC 77.015 of the Nevada Revised Statutes and Administrative Codes, and NV Rev Stat § 86.231 (2013), a business entity has to designate and maintain a Nevada registered agent to enable service of process.

It is also important to note that in most jurisdictions or states including Nevada, failure to maintain a registered agent can lead to revocation or dissolution of the business entity’s legal status. Such an act will take away the authority to transact business within the state.

A registered agent like IncParadise, acts as the bridge between the Secretary of the State and the business entity by becoming the primary “point of contact”. Being your “point of contact” ensures we are able to oversee and manage a variety of requirements of different types of business entities. We can help you with filing of your articles of formation, however if you require the filing of other documentation ordered by you like an annual report then don’t worry as all you have to do is simply opt from our list of additional services and we will take care of the rest.

What Does My Nevada Registered Agent Do?

A Nevada registered agent offers a variety of services to business entities based in the state or out-of-state. Some of the prime services include:

Registered Agent Receives Legal Notices

Yes. One of the key roles of a registered agent in the state of Nevada is to receive legal notices from the state. The registered agent in a way acts as the shield and protects your business from those filing suits against your company. This will not only help in protecting your business interests but also avoid hampering business relationships with your customers.

Registered Agent Receives Business Related Notices

One of the important registered agent services in Nevada is receiving all types of business related notices from the office of the secretary of the state. This includes notices for filing annual lists or reports. When it comes to filing of annual lists or reports, the Nevada secretary of state will directly notify or call your registered agent. The registered agent will always be on the forefront when it comes to notifying you regarding the filing time or informing about late fee or penalties as applicable. Check our Nevada Annual List Services.

Registered Agent Gets Business Related Mails

If the Nevada secretary of state has any questions pertaining to a business entity or their incorporation or formation then they will redirect it to the registered agent Nevada signed up by the business entity.
If you are planning to register your business in the state of Nevada, we at IncParadise provide registered agent services in Nevada that will help you to focus on your business and its growth, while we help pave the way for better communication with the Secretary of State.

Can I be my own Registered Agent or Choose a Professional
Registered Agent for my Nevada Business?

An individual is allowed to act as their own registered agent but the rule varies from one state to another. In the state of Nevada, businesses have the following options:

Individual as Registered Agent

There are many states that allow an individual to act as the Nevada registered agent for their own business entity if they have a physical address in the state or they are a bona fide resident of the state. This address is required for “service of process” or for the secretary of the state to send any notifications to. An individual cannot become an agent by providing a post office box address.

As an agent, you shall be available during business hours through the week, to accept as well as sign any notifications or legal documents sent by the state. It is important to understand that a government official or sheriff can visit the physical address provided especially for signing legal documents when a business gets sued.

Hiring a Commercial Registered Agent

The second option is to hire a registered agent in Nevada like IncParadise, which is a state approved registered agent. We are in compliance with the Nevada Revised Statutes and Administrative Codes NRS 77.390, NRS 78.090, and NAC 77.015, and NV Rev Stat § 86.231 (2013).

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It is important to know that in the state of Nevada, a registered agent with 10 or more represented entities is classified under the commercial registered agent category. We have represented more than 10,000 business entities across the US are in compliance with the commercial agent requirement of the state.

Appointing a Registered Agent for Nevada?

How do you appoint a registered agent in Nevada like IncParadise? We have created a step by step approach that will enable you appoint a registered agent with ease.

1. Agent Requirement

A registered agent in the state of Nevada can be hired for a wide range of services. Alternatively, you can hire an agent only to get a physical address or simply for incorporation or LLC registration. Either ways, the fee would be different for the following:

  • Hiring a new agent in Nevada
  • Change of Nevada registered agent

The first step is to identify whether you are planning to hire an agent for the first time in Nevada or you are planning to change your agent.

2. Choose the Order Form

The next step is to choose the correct order form based on your requirement. The options are:

New Agent

If you are planning to hire an agent for a new business in Nevada then you will be required to file “New Company Order Form”.

New Agent

Change Agent

If you have an existing agent and are looking for a change of Nevada registered agent then you will be required to file the “Change Order Form”.

CHANGE OF AGENT

3. Order process

The third and final step is the order process. Once you have opted for an agent for new business or change of agent, the chosen agent will prepare paperwork for “Registered Agent Acceptance” using the Resident Agent acceptance form through our online system, Entity Management Software, where you will see information about Registered Agent and Number of days till renewal.

Why choose IncParadise as your Nevada Registered Agent

As a registered agent in Nevada we at IncParadiseare not just interested in providing you with specific services for a fee; we also take pride in walking the extra mile! The extra mile includes the following and much more:

  • Total Compliance – We are in compliance with the Nevada Revised Statutes and Administrative Codes NRS 77.390, NRS 78.090, and NAC 77.015, and NV Rev Stat § 86.231 (2013) including having a physical address in Nevada.
  • Fast & Affordable Service – Once you have an online account, submissions and renewals will be fast, secure, and affordable. Yes, you can hire us today for just $89 for one year.
  • Protect Your Privacy – As your Nevada registered agent, we will be the point of contact. We will ensure you are able to avoid any embarrassing situations in front of your clients by receiving state department officials and notices, sheriffs, and other officials on your behalf. You will enjoy anonymity because we have your back!
  • Expert customer service – Questions concerning your business? Call us or email and we will have an expert take you through any questions you may have regarding forming your business, requirements of the state, relocation, forms and fees, incorporation or registration, and much more.

Can I change my current Registered Agent in Nevada to IncParadise?

Yes. You can change your registered agent in Nevada to IncParadise by filling the “Change of Registered Agent Online Order” form. It is that simple! Our regular price is $89 per year but we have a special price for you – $40 for the first year and $89 for following years!

The Order process is as follows:

  • We will prepare and sign paperwork for the Registered Agent Change.
  • You will sign and mail the form to the Secretary of State. We will email you the exact instructions and address.
  • There is a one-time fee of $60.00 payable directly to the Secretary of State for filing the change of Agent. You just have to include check with the signed form.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Registered Agent Service

Do all businesses require registered agent services in Nevada?

Businesses that are registered with the state of Nevada as legal entities like partnerships, LLCs, corporations will require a registered agent. A registered agent is also known as an agent of process or statutory agent.

What is included in registered agent services in Nevada?

Registered agent services in Nevada include:

  • Facilitate the forwarding of official or legal documents sent by the Secretary of State
  • Accepting any legal service and forwarding it to the business entity and this includes quick or on-time notification regarding any legal service (summons, subpoenas).
  • Share notification regarding due dates for each business entity.
  • Provide a consolidated account showing all your businesses in every state.
  • Highly secure online account access, and email notifications
  • Free upload and storage of your state filings, corporation documents, and company minutes
  • Ensuring avoidance of late fee or penalty using state-of-the-art technology for tracking due dates for all your businesses.
  • Access to account allowing you to easily order renewals or additional services

Can a company use its Registered Agent’s address as its own business address?

A company or business entity will not be able to use a Registered Agent’s address as their own unless the Nevada registered agent specifically permits a business entity to do so. In such a scenario, proper paperwork needs to be filed with the U.S. Postal Service.

We have a mail-forwarding service that starts at $99 per year. You can Order online, and begin your mail-forwarding service in Las Vegas right away!

What is a Registered Agent, and why do I need one?

The primary objective of a registered agent Nevada is to help maintain a continuous presence in the state the business entity was registered in. A registered agent provides a physical address where all legal notifications and business related documents can be delivered. This is integral in a situation where-in a business entity is involved in litigation.

In the state of Nevada, a registered agent by law is required to keep a copy of the Articles of Incorporation or Organization, the stock ledger of the company, a copy of the corporate bylaws, and a statement that provides the name and address of the actual custodian of the stock ledger.

As my registered agent, can IncParadise file annual reports or annual lists?

Yes. Nevada is one of the many states where online filing as well as submission through mail is available. We offer online filing service for annual reports for all states, which will help you to meet the annual reporting requirements of the state of Nevada and aid you in avoiding penalty or business license getting revoked. Know more about filing Nevada Annual Lists.

What do I need to do if I do my own filings for business registration or incorporation and only need a Registered Agent Information?

If you plan to file incorporation or business registration documents then all you have to do is email or fax us the document to us. We will fill out the Nevada registered agent information, sign it, and send them back for filing.

How can I change my Registered Agent?

All you have to do is fill out the Change of Registered Agent form for the state of Nevada and submit it with the office of the Secretary of State. If you are signing up for our registered agent services in Nevada then our in-house expert will help in streamlining the process for you.

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How long does it take to change a Registered Agent in the Secretary of State records?

It can vary from 1-2 weeks. There is a 24 hour expedited service available. Since we have direct access to the Secretary of the State online submission portal, we can process most orders within 24 hours.

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