Nevada Corporations

WE CHOOSE TO DO BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF NEVADA
BECAUSE WE BELIEVE IT IS THE BEST JURISDICTION TO INCORPORATE IN.

THE SECRETARY OF STATE FILING, DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS AND CORPORATE LAWS
ARE LIKE NONE OTHER IN THE COUNTRY!

As the CEO often says, "It isn't a hill to die on".

We will open any type of corporation, in any state.

Our Foreign Corporation relationships are just as safe and secure.

Schedule an appointment with us and WE WILL EARN YOUR BUSINESS!

What are some of the differances?

The Nevada C-Corporation is a wonderful entity because it is considered an individual person according to the IRS and the courts. It pays its own taxes, can live anywhere and transact business domestically as well as internationally.

The Nevada S-Corporation has many characteristics similar to the C-Corporation with some very important differences. It in itself is a major entity for what is called income or loss “pass through” for tax purposes.

The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is similar to an S-Corporation, but again, with some differences. The LLC has members rather than shareholders and is not bound by the formalities of meetings, meeting minutes and stock ownership.

Some would say that these are the very things which were put into place for the protection of the Owners. Be very careful when using this type of an organization.

Strictly from a Taxable entity view point...

C-Corporation
Limited Liability Corporation
S-Corporation
The Profits and Losses stay within the corporation.

The Stockholders receive their 
profits through Dividends as given out by the Board of Directors.

There are other ways to file with the IRS, however, this is most common.
The Profits and Losses are evenly shared by the Members of the LLC.

There are many other ways to file with the IRS as this is the most flexible type. However, for privacy and other issues it is the worst.

The Profits and Losses flow out from the corporation.

The Stockholders receive 100% of the
profits and losses which are then reported on their 1040's.

There are other ways to filed with the IRS, however, this is most common.