Business Incorporation Services

Florida Incorporation Service

We are accountants with more than 20 years of experience; our goal is helping you to efficiently run your business from the beginning.

If you need your incorporate your business fast and correctly, we are the company that you are looking for. The cost of your time trying to figure it out how to do it is more than our prices; you need to be focused on your business operations, let the paperwork to us.

A corporation in Florida is a legal entity that exists independently of its owners and must be incorporated with the State of Florida.

 We provide complete company Incorporation services

  • Profit
  • Non Profit
  • Limited Liability Corporation (LLC)
  • Partnership
  • Fictitious Name (DBA)
  • Officer/Director Resignation
  • Registered Agent Resignation
  • S-Corporation Election Filing Services
  • Corporation Internal Documents
  • Dissolution
  • Annual Reports/Reinstatement
  • Certified Copy of Articles
  • Federal Identification Number (FEIN)

OFFER Incorporation  Services for New Companies      

 Florida C Corporation: $ 280.00 + State Fees

  • Corporate Name Search
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Status
  • Obtain Federal EIN Number – We apply for EIN for you
  • Customer Support
  • Expedited Filing (if required)

Optional Items

  • Corporate Embosser
  • Standard Corporate Kit Including:
    • Personalized Binder: With the Corporation name foil stamped on the binder spine
    • Personalized Corporate Seal
    • Stock Certificates
    • Transfer Ledger: 8 pages alphabetized transfer ledger
    • 20 Personalized Certificates.
    • Minutes and Bylaws: your binder will include 50 blank pages, or printed minutes and bylaws
  • Fictitious Name

   Florida S Corporation: $ 295.00 + State Fees

  • Corporate Name Search
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Status
  • Obtain Federal EIN Number – We apply for EIN for you
  • S-Corporation Election Filing Services
  • Customer Support
  • Expedited Filing (if required)

Optional Items

  • Standard Corporate Kit Including:
    • Personalized Binder: With the Corporation name foil stamped on the binder spine
    • Personalized Corporate Seal
    • Stock Certificates
    • Transfer Ledger: 8 pages alphabetized transfer ledger
    • 20 Personalized Certificates.
    • Minutes and Bylaws: your binder will include 50 blank pages, or printed minutes and bylaws
  •  Fictitious Name

Florida Limited Liability Company Price: $ 310.00 + State Fees.

  • Corporate Name Search
  • Articles of Incorporation
  • Certificate of Status
  • Obtain Federal EIN Number – We apply for EIN for you
  • Customer Support
  • Expedited Filing (if required)

Optional Items

  • Standard Corporate Kit Including:
    • Personalized Binder: With the Corporation name foil stamped on the binder spine
    • Personalized Corporate Seal
    • Stock Certificates
    • Transfer Ledger: 8 pages alphabetized transfer ledger
    • 20 Personalized Certificates.
    • Minutes and Bylaws: your binder will include 50 blank pages, or printed minutes and Operating Agreement
  • Fictitious Name

Florida DBA Price: $ 185.00 + State Fees

  • Name Registration
  • Customer Support
  • Obtain Federal EIN Number – We apply for EIN for you

 

Foreign Individual incorporation services

If the responsible party does not have an SSN or ITIN, we can assist to obtain the FEIN (Federal Identification Number)

  • You will give us  signed representation to act as a third-party to act on behalf of you.
  • As Third-Party we will prepare the IRS application for Employer Identification Number.
  • As authorized Third Party, we will send the application to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and get your EIN from them.
  • Call us for price

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Just because maybe you are interested to know

What is a C Corporation?

A C corporation is a legal profit business structure where the stockholders’ liabilities and obligations are separate from the corporation (limited liability). The stockholders (owners) of the corporation are usually not liable for the debts of the corporation.

For federal income tax purposes, a C corporation is recognized as a separate entity and is subject to double taxation, income is taxed at the corporate level and when the dividends are distributed, is taxed again.

What is an S corporation?

Forming an S corporation begins with a C corporation. The S corporation is a C corporation that has elected to become an S corporation for tax treatment purposes. The income it is not taxed at the corporate level, instead “passes through” to the individual shareholders.

To qualify for S corporation status the corporation must be domestic, have only one class of stock, and not have more than 100 stockholders.

They are more differences a professional can help you with the details.

What is a Limited Liability Company (LLC)?

A limited liability company in Florida is a flexible is a hybrid type of legal entity structure. The LLC merges the tax flexibility of the partnership and the limited liability features of the corporation.

The members can consist of a single individual (one owner), two or more individuals, corporations or other LLCs.

LLC members must report profits and losses on their personal federal tax returns.

 

What is a Fictitious Name (DBA)?

DBA (Doing Business As) is when you need to be “doing business as” as other name than you LLC, Corporation, personal name or partnership, fictitious name in Florida is just a filing to say you are doing business under that name.

 

Disclaimer: We are not lawyers or a law firm and we are not providing any legal advice; the information and its use is not a substitute for the advice of a lawyer. We are accountants, none of our staff members are lawyers, and they do not provide legal advice. We recommend you consult a lawyer if you need a legal advice. Any U.S. federal tax advice contained in our website cannot be used to avoid penalties under U.S. federal tax law.

 

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