CALIFORNIA INC – TOTAL ONLY: $278.00
Including incorporation and the first year California Registered Agent.
THE TOTAL PRICE INCLUDE:
- California State fees: $100.00
Fee covers Initial filling fee for corporation + 2 certified copies of Articles of Incorporation.
- Our service fee of $89.00 include:
- Checking Name Availability,
- Preparing and Reviewing Articles of Incorporation,
- Preparing Certificate of Appointment by Registered Agent,
- Notary fees,
- Filing Articles with State,
- Sending Articles or Certificate of Incorporation to you.
- Registered agent for one year: $89.00 (required by law)
We will guide you through the whole incorporation process. You will find all necessary information and forms to run your corporation here on the website FOR FREE!
We will even remind you by email or fax about the important requirements you have to accomplish during the life of corporation.
Every corporation must have regular meetings of shareholders and directors. You can use the option self-serve minutes in your order for free.
Why California ?California has the eighth largest economy in the world, representing 13% of the U.S. GDP and it is one of the top five (5) states for science and technology. California is the most popular state to reside, and holds 1st place for directly attracting foreign investments. Although it is one of the most expensive states to do business, California's strength lies in the size of its economy.
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Advantages of a CorporationAn S corporation has an advantage over a Limited Liability Company (LLC) because unlike S corporations, a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is not regarded as an entity. With an S corporation, owners can withdraw profits without Social Security taxes. If a corporation decides to go public or sell their stocks to large group of people, then the corporate stock might be easier to sell than membership interests in a Limited Liability Company (LLC).
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