FAQ

Below are some of the frequently asked questions our clients ask us before starting their company with us. If for some reason you can’t find an answer to your questions below, you can always contact us directly by email, phone or live chat support located at the bottom of every page.

How do I get started?

Quickly complete our convenient online order form, which collects all of the necessary information, and only takes a few minutes. Please contact us by email or phone, if you have any questions or would like help getting your order processed.

What is the cost to form and operate an LLC (Limited Liability Company) ?

Each state charges different fees for starting and maintaining an LLC. Generally, you are going to owe a fee every year. In various states you will have to pay income taxes. Please verify with the Secretary of State in your state.You can Contact us regarding your state. Members receive alerts with the updated annual state fees and taxes prior to the States deadline.

What is the cost to form and operate a C-Corporation?

Each state charges different fees for starting and maintaining an LLC. Generally, you are going to owe a fee every year. In various states you will have to pay income taxes. Please verify with the Secretary of State in your state.

What is the cost to form and operate a S-Corporation?

Each state charges different fees for starting and maintaining an LLC. Generally, you are going to owe a fee every year. In various states you will have to pay income taxes. Please verify with the Secretary of State in your state.

What happens if the company name I want is not available?

We request that you provide up to three name choices when you order. The name is selected based on your priority and availability. If all three names are not available, we will contact you for additional name choices.

What happens if I change any of my information after my order is complete?

Depending on the type of information that is changing. Some information, for example, company’s name, business purpose, number of shares and/or par value (for corporations), must be changed with the state by filing an amendment. The state filing officially updates the information the state has for your registered company.

If you have any questions on whether specific information in your state-filed documents would need to be updated by means of an amendment filing, contact our office.

What is a registered agent?

The registered agent is a statutory requirement in most states. It is a person or business that is responsible for the receipt of important legal and tax documents on behalf of your business.

The registered agent must have a physical address in the state of incorporation and/or state of qualification, if you are registering to transact business in a state other than your state of incorporation. The registered agent must also be accessible at that address during normal business hours.

What if there is an error on my state-filed documents?

We are confident in our ability to provide accurate filings. We review each order we receive to identify potential errors. In the unlikely event that an error is made, We’ll respond promptly to remedy any error.

We warranty our filing services against defects caused by us for the life of your company. We will absorb any fees/costs necessary to correct the error and will correct the mistake as quickly as possible.

If, on rare occasions, the state makes a mistake in entering your information. If you notice an error, contact us immediately and we will work directly with the state to correct it.

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