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- STARTER Package Includes
- No Membership Fees
- No Credit Card Fees
- Lifetime Customer Support
- Compliance Guard Alert
- Consultation Services
- Compliance Analysis
- Corporate Name Clearance
- Prepare and File Articles of Incorporation
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- ESSENTIALS Package Includes
- STARTER Package and
- Custom Bank Resolution
- Custom Corporate Bylaws
- Corporate Ownership Distribution
- Custom Corporate Minutes
- Obtained Tax Identification Number(EIN)
- Ownership & Liability Consultation
- Free Tax Preparation Consultation
- S-Corporation Conversion (Upon Request)
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- SUPREME Package Includes
- ESSENTIALS Package and
- Customized Corporate Kit
- Official Corporate Seal
- 20 Corporate Stock Certificates
- Ownership Membership Ledger
- VIP Processing
WHY BUSINESS ROCKET
An important part of Corporation formation is the registered agent.
Our goal is to maximize the client’s benefits with the minimum of costs for the business,
while always providing excellent customer service !
HOW IT WORKS 3 EASY STEPS
Fill out online form
We create your Corporation documents and file them with the Secretary of State
You receive your final
Corporation in the mail
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is the difference between an S Corp and a C Corp?
The primary differences between a sole proprietorship and a Corporation is liability protection for the business owners and taxation. Operating a business as a sole proprietor means that the owner is personally liable for any debts, judgements, or damages awarded as a result of litigation. Operating as a Corporation, however, owner’s personal assets and finances are not vulnerable to liability that may be incurred during the course of doing business. Generally, the owners are not responsible for liability, rather the Corporation itself is responsible for debts and liabilities.
What is the difference between an S-Corp and an LLC?
The LLC is not actually a corporation, but is rather a business organization that can be comprised of one or more owners. With the LLC (Limited Liability Company) owners are called "Members" and can own a specified percentage (%) of the business rather than holding shares in a corporation. LLCs do offer more flexibility in the way they are managed and usually have fewer recordkeeping and reporting obligations than corporations. Generally, the total LLC's business income is subject to self-employment tax while the S-Corporation is able to avoid self-employment tax by having the owners of the company becomes W-2 company employees.
Does an S-Corp have Liability Protection?
S-Corporation status is a good option for many small businesses. For qualified owners of a domestic small business, the S-Corporation status provides liability protection to each owner similar to the C-Corporation. However, with the S-Corporation owners can also take advantage of "pass-through taxation". Because the S-Corporation is considered a "pass-through entity" by the IRS, the business itself isn't taxed at the corporate level.
Can 1 person own a Corporation?
Yes, there is a misconception that a Corporation cannot be owned by simply one person. This misconception originated from the requirement of many state agencies to list such officers as: President, Secretary, Vice-President, & Treasurer. However all of those positions can be assigned to a single owner.
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