We specialise in USA company incorporations in the States of Delaware, Florida and Nevada, we provide you with full expert assistance throughout every step of the company formation process in the USA.
Most of our clients choose to incorporate in Delaware or Nevada. Delaware has a higher privacy standard than other states and Nevada does not share any information with the IRS.
Every US State requires a registered agent to represent your company, our formation service includes this.
Delaware LLC's with non-resident shareholders, which conduct no business in the US and have no US source income, are not subject to US federal income tax and are not required to file a US income tax return.
We can incorporate a Limited Liability Company in the State of Florida in only 3 days.
Many US non-residents choose to incorporate companies in Nevada, some operate within America whereas others are operating entirely outside the US and have no connection with the US other than the registration of their company.
|C Corporation - Keypoints||Limited Liability Company - Keypoints|
|C Corporations are owned by the shareholders||LLCs are owned by Members|
|No Obligation for the Shareholders or Directors to be US Citizens or Residents||No Obligation for the Members or Managers to be US Citizens or Residents.|
|C Corporations have to file at least a federal tax return each year - Many States also require an annual tax return||Under the default rules, an LLC with one member does not exist for federal tax purposes|
|Most US States allow one individual to hold all offices - director, shareholder and officer - called a close corporation||An LLC with more than one member is a partnership|
|Limited Liability - Shareholders’ personal assets are protected - Shareholders of a corporation are only liable for the amount of capital invested||Members of an LLC are protected to the extent of their investment in the LLC, but if there are no managers of the LLC may bear legal responsibility for actions that the LLC has taken|
|Corporation law is is based on the assumption that the assets of the corporation are legally separated from the shareholders who own the corporation.||LLC Law is based on partnership law while allowing the limitation of liability common to corporations.|
|All corporations are created as C Corporations. If the shareholders meet certain criteria they can choose to become an S Corporation - S Corporations may not have non-US citizens/ residents as shareholders||Drafting of LLC Operating Agreement in any language - no obligation to write or translate into English|
|An LLC can become a C corporation if it files an IRS form|