If you need a new name, what we do is take over an aged corporation & amend the
articles with the new name of your choice. We do this for liability reasons.
Prices start at $1350 (instead of $599) for a ONE year old corporation, add
$350.00 for each year older.
Bank account Setup (Nevada):$500.00
A SSN is required !! (US citizens only)
Phone Setup: $155.00
A Nevada Phone # that rings to any other number (in USA only) is also
available with this package. This service runs @ $16.00 per month plus your Long Distance Carrier
charges. Additionally, we also have an Answering Service available at cost
for $38.40 per month @ .66 per minute; billing in six (6) second increments. The
average call, which can vary according to the type of message, is about .33
Max. 60 pieces mail/one year US$290
Max. 120 pieces mail/one year US$440
We can arrange for any mail addressed to your Company to be forwarded
on to you at an address you specify.
Remailing from Nevada: $250/ year + $50 out going postage deposit.
This is a different service: You send your letters in a separate envelope to
our Nevada office, and we mail them for you. The advantage: Your letters will
have a Nevada stamp on, and your customer will know you are in Nevada.
For your convenience, we have included a
in the order form:
ORDER a Nevada company
Our standard incorporation service includes
preparation and filing of the Articles or Certificate of Incorporation with the
State of Incorporation and paying the State Filing fees and any county fees or
Nevada's CORPORATE ADVANTAGE
1.) No Personal Income Tax In Nevada
2.) No Corporate Income Tax In Nevada
3.) No Corporation Franchise Tax In Nevada
4.) No Corporation Succession Tax In Nevada
5.) No Taxes On Corporate Shares In Nevada
6.) Minimal Reporting And Disclosure In Nevada
7.) Nominal Annual Fees
8.) No IRS "Info" Sharing (Nevada Is Private!)
9.) Corporate Stockholders Are NOT Public Record
Protection . . . $1525.00 (see info below)
Aged Corporations Available
Virtual Offices Available
Ultimate Asset Protection!
If by chance you
have considerable assets and want to provide the most protection available, we
recommend that you incorporate in Nevada by Nominee; then have your corporation
be the incorporator of a Nevada LP (Limited Partnership), wherein you place your
In the event of a
law suit, a Nevada LP constructed after this fashion affords an attorney many
avenues of defence. More importantly, there is no better way to cloak your
assets from public view, other than remove them from the country.
We offer this
deluxe service, which includes every step of protection provided by Nevada law,
for the low price of $1525. Included in this price are two sets of
Certified Copies; a Nevada Business License; a Resident Agent Stock Ledger
(simple steps to protect you from being pierced); a Nevada DBA; Nominee Service; a Super Deluxe Soft Kit with
your corporate name embossed on it; Federal Tax ID; Bank Setup (available only
for US customers because the SSN is now required); and first year
Resident Agency for both entities.
You can put you own assets in the corporation by a Bill of Sale or a by
Transfer of property, or by refinancing an asset that isn't paid for, and this,
in the corporation's name. You needs to make a corporate Resolution for each
action. After you place an asset in the corporation the asset is to be migrated
into the LP by the same process.
ORDER a Nevada company
ORDER a Nevada
Ultimate Asset Protection package
More About The Nevada Advantage
Corporate stockholders, directors and officers need not live, or even hold
meetings in Nevada, or be a U.S.A. Citizen. Corporation directors need not be
stockholders. Corporate officers and directors of a Nevada Corporation or a
Nevada Limited Liability Company are protected from personal liability when
incorporating lawful business policies and practices.
The Silver State is the best state to incorporate in, bar none! Indeed,
Nevada is one of the few states that doesn't exact a corporation income tax on
your Corporation or Limited Liability Company. By contrast, some states have
imposed a corporation tax of up to $1000.00 per year.
Still others, assess a tax of over 8%, which doesn't protect your assets,
while even those who are Nevada's fiercest competitors, charge franchise
taxes. As already shown, Nevada has no corporation taxes, however, the
officers of Nevada based corporations are still subject to personal Federal
Income Tax, as everyone is in the United States. (Merely 15% on the first
$50,000.00 of income!).
A Nevada Corporation is privileged by law to have many tax deductions which
are not attainable for individuals. Moreover, Nevada Corporations have a lower
tax rate at every stage of their income.
A Nevada Corporation may purchase, sell, hold, or transfer shares of its
own stock. Nevada Corporations may issue stock or shares for services, labor,
capital, personal property, or even real estate, such as leases and options.
The directors may determine the value of any of these transactions.
Nevada is the only state that allows the use of Bearer Shares for privacy
of ownership. Fittingly, Nevada does not compel corporations to list the
position of their Vice-President. In fact, Vice-Presidents may use Bearer
Shares and have ownership while remaining entirely unidentified.
Nevada Revised Statutes do not require any stock-holder to register with
the state. Finally, Nevada has always held to the policy of no reciprocation
of favors with the Internal Revenue Service. Unlike other states, Nevada
continues to decline discussion of private information. Indeed, Nevada is the
way to protect your assets.
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locations and details of our products and services.
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