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Starts at $49 + State fees.

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These costs are often tax deductible.

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Why start an LLC

Step 1

Protect yourself

Ensure you're not on the hook for business liabilities.

Step 2

Make things easier

LLCs have simpler record-keeping rules. Corporations are stricter.

Step 3

Save on taxes

You get to decide how you're taxed—as an LLC or a corporation—for potential savings.


Do I need an LLC?

No, but you might want one. Forming an LLC helps protect your personal assets. It also unlocks the ability for you to open bank accounts, enter into contracts, hire employees, and get business licenses and permits.

What’s the differences between LLC, S Corp and C Corp?

Not all entity types are created equal, understanding the fundamental differences between each and choosing the right one for your company can alleviate future issues.

  • For individuals that are new to the incorporation process, the LLC can be the ideal choice as it provides limited liability to owners just as a corporation while being less complicated to operate. Additionally, a unique feature of the LLC is that it can achieve the same tax classification as an S or C Corporation while bypassing the formalities associated with them.
  • An S Corp cannot be owned by foreign shareholders or by certain trusts or other corporate entities.
  • The advantages of forming a C Corp include:

    (1) Raising outside funding: A Delaware C Corporation is the entity generally preferred by outside institutional investors who might be unable to invest in LLCs.

    (2) Ownership: A corporation’s structure facilitates granting equity to employees, advisors, and investors.

    (3) Tax treatment: For tax purposes, a corporation is a separate tax-paying entity from its owners; taxes on a C Corporation’s profits and losses are reported and paid by the corporation, but it also means more complex accounting work.

    In a word, C Corp is more suitable for those who intend to raise venture capital or go public.

What's the Best State to Form Your LLC in?

For most people, it’s best to form your LLC in your home state because that is where your LLC is transacting business. Even an online business is still transacting in your home state. Forming an LLC in Delaware, Nevada, or Wyoming usually ends up costing a lot more and double-taxed headaches. Two exceptions: non-US residents can choose any state. And real estate investors often form a parent LLC in Wyoming, then the Wyoming LLC owns a child LLC set up in the property state.

What's the Best State to Form LLC or C-Corp for non-U.S. entrepreneurs?

Non-US residents can choose any state, however, there are still some most popular states, like Delaware, Wyoming, California. Actually we are planning to offer an all-in-one package for foreign entrepreneurs to launch a startup in a reliable, safe, and fast manner, from anywhere in the world. Specifically, in that service package we will helps founders:

  • Form a LLC or C Corporation
  • Obtain a U.S. Employer Identification Number (EIN)
  • Acquire registered agent service
  • Issue stock to founders of a C Corporation (if needed)
  • Open a U.S. business bank account
How am I taxed as an LLC?

You choose. Single-member LLCs can file as a sole proprietor. Multi-member LLCs can file as a partnership. Any LLC can file as a C or S corporation.

How do I form an LLC?

Tell us what you'd like to call your business, and we'll see if that name is up for grabs. (You can do this at the end if you don't have a name picked out yet.) Answer a few more questions. Pick a price plan that fits your needs, and we'll complete and file your paperwork with the state.

How much does it cost to form an LLC?

It depends. Our price plans start at $49 (plus state fees), and you can add more services as you go to suit your business. Something to keep in mind—these costs are often tax-deductible.


Step 1
Tell us your business name if you've picked one
Step 2
Answer a few questions
Step 3
We'll complete and file your paperwork

Ready to form your LLC?