Nevada Overview: Nevada is where our company is located so we have deep experience after filing several thousand corporations and LLC's with the Nevada Secretary of State.
Things to Watch for: the Nevada Secretary of State deals with a large number of filings so we recommend not submitting written paperwork for business formations in Nevada. Instead utilize an account to file your paperwork electronically (we have an account and can file very quickly).
Your company name must include the correct corporate identifier:
Corporations: "Corporation", "Incorporated" or an abbreviation.
Business Name & Business Purpose Restrictions:
For Corporations you must file "Articles of Incorporation". Note that as many filings submitted are rejected so it is important that these documents be error free and submitted in the proper format with correct cover letter, payment and filing instructions (less than 1% of our filings are rejected).
The Organizational Meeting is how you determine the percentage of ownership for each shareholder as well as resolve to do tasks like open a company bank account, pay back pre-incorporation expenses, elect S-Corporation status and more.
6. Submit the Corporation's Initial List
This is a form that is due approximately 30 days after forming the Nevada corporation. This form is the equivalent of an "Annual Report". Clients who utilize our service will receive the form and assistance with completing/submitting the form to the Nevada Secretary of State Business Division on request.
In Nevada, you can authorize up to $75,000 shares worth of stock to pay the minimum fee. Higher amounts will increase the fee.
Your company name must include the correct LLC identifier:
LLC’s: "Limited Liability Company" or an abbreviation.
For LLC’s you must file "Articles of Organization".
6. Submit the LLC's Initial List
Should I incorporate or form an LLC?
Please read our "Which Entity to Choose" page that gives you a great overview of the various business entities and can help you decide.
How much does it cost?
Click here to view current state fees by selecting "Nevada" and they type of entity you wish to form.
How long will it take?
Visit our order form to see how long it is currently taking the Nevada filings department to process new filings.
What about Delaware, Wyoming or Nevada (or a New Mexico LLC)?
Many of our clients choose to incorporate or form their LLC outside of the state where they live for various reason. Visit this page on choosing a state to see the various reasons and options.
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