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How to Incorporate in Nevada

We can incorporate your company in any State for much less than an attorney and less than our competitors. Since 2001, we’ve formed thousands of corporations and LLC’s for our clients.

5 Steps to Incorporate or Form an LLC in Nevada

For more information on incorporating in Nevada, visit our which state to choose page.

1. Make sure your company name choice is available.

Your company name must include the correct corporate or LLC identifier:

Corporations: "Corporation", "Incorporated" or an abbreviation.

LLC’s: "Limited Liability Company" or an abbreviation.

Name Restrictions: cannot contain the following words: loan and building association, building and loan association, savings and loan association, loan and savings association, loan and building,building and loan, savings and loan, loan and savings, building and savings, or savings and building, in combination with any other word or words."a proposed name is not distinguishable from a name on file or reserved name solely because one or the other contains distinctive lettering, a distinctive mark, a trademark or a trade name, or any combination of these" into restrictions section. "engineer, engineered, engineering, ’professional engineer’, ’registered engineer’ or ’licensed engineer’", also "accountant, accounting, accountancy, auditor or auditing", also "unit-owners association" or "homeowners association". "if it appears from the articles or the certificate of amendment that the business to be carried on by the corporation is subject to supervision by the Commissioner of Insurance or by the Commissioner of Financial Institutions, unless the articles or certificate of amendment is approved by the Commissioner who will supervise the business of the corporation".

2. File the correct paperwork with the State’s filing office.

For Corporations you must file "Articles of Incorporation", for LLC’s you must file "Articles of Organization".

3. Hold the "Organizational Meeting" and adopt the company’s Bylaws (Corporations) or Operating Agreement (LLC’s).

4. Obtain a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) for your company and open a company bank account.

5. Get a local business license from the city (or county) where you will be doing business.

MyNewCompany.com can assist you will all the steps above. Our service includes:

  • Checking your company name for availability.
  • Preparing and filing the formation paperwork with the appropriate State filing office.
  • Preparing your "Organizational Meeting minutes" and Bylaws or Operating Agreement "ready for signature" with step-by-step instructions.
  • We can help you obtain your FEIN by preparing the appropriate form (allowing your to obtain your FEIN instantly over the phone once your filing is complete).
  • A Startup Checklist for Nevada that includes the remaining steps to properly setup your company with links to all the government agencies in your State. (NOTE: Click here for our basic startup checklist for any State.)
  • Our partner, Business Licenses, LLC can assist you with finding, filling and submitting the necessary forms to get your local business license online. Click here to submit your business license online (after you’ve completed steps 1-4 above).

Stock Information

In Nevada, you can authorize up to 75,000 Shares of $1.00 par value stock to qualify for the minimum incorporating fee.

Yearly Requirements

Annual Report due annually on the last day of the month following the month of the initial filing.

Annual Report Fee: $125.00