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Delaware and Nevada Incorporation
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State of Delaware Corporation & LLC Information

According to the Delaware Division of Corporations more than half a million business entities have their legal home in Delaware. This includes more than 50% of all U.S. publicly-traded companies and about 60% of the Fortune 500. Delaware continues to attract new corporations for a variety reasons.

Some of the benefits of forming in Delaware:

  • Business-friendly State Government
  • Advanced & flexible business formation laws
  • Delaware has a specialized business court - The Court of Chancery
  • State fees for incorporating are lowest in Country
  • No requirement to list names & addresses of initial directors
  • Directors are free to compose or change bylaws at any time
  • One individual can hold all corporate offices
  • Corporations and LLCs can operate anonymously without disclosing owner’s identity
  • There is no sales tax or state income tax for corporations or LLCs formed in Delaware but not transacting business in the state
  • Shares of stock owned by persons outside of the State are not subject to Delaware taxes

Learn More About Incorporating or Forming an LLC in Delaware

State of Nevada Corporation & LLC Information

Nevada is another state that has become attractive to business owners. According to the Nevada Secretary of State there are a variety of benefits to forming in Nevada.

Some of the benefits of forming in Nevada:

  • No corporate income tax or taxes on corporate shares & no franchise tax
  • No personal income tax and no I.R.S. information sharing agreement
  • Annual fees are low compared to other states
  • Privacy - minimal reporting and disclosure requirements
  • Stockholders are not a matter of public record
  • Stockholders, directors and officers do not have to be U.S. citizens
  • Directors are not required to be stockholders
  • Officers and directors can be protected from personal liability for lawful acts of corporation
  • Corporations may purchase, hold, sell or transfer shares of its own stock
  • Corporations may issue stock for capital, services, personal property, or real estate with the value being determined by the directors and their decision is final

Learn More About Incorporating or Forming an LLC in Nevada

Other States Incorporating Requirements

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Mississippi | Missouri | Montana

Nebraska | Nevada | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | New York | North Dakota | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon

Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | South Carolina | South Dakota | Tennessee | Texas | Utah
Vermont | Virginia | Washington | West Virginia | Wisconsin | Wyoming


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