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Getting Started

Embark on the great adventure or starting and running your own business — pursuing not only financial freedom, but your dreams as well.

Our filing experts offer the easiest and most reliable platform to help you incorporate and create popular business entities such as:


Curious which entity is best for you?

1. Choose a business structure and a business name

We’ll help you get set up right, and we’ll check with the state to make sure the name you want is available.


2. Answer a few questions about your business

Tell us all about the business you’d like to form, and we’ll help make sure you have what you need to make your small business official and keep it compliant.
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3. Sit tight while we file your paperwork

When your filing is approved, we’ll upload your documents to your online account and your business will be off and running. It’s that simple!



This is the most classic form of incorporating and a great choice if you’re looking to divvy out unlimited shares and/or take on unlimited amounts of shareholders. If you’re looking to scale your business, this may be your best option.
S-Corporations are great for small businesses as they allow for pass-through taxes. They offer asset protection the same as C-Corps.
LLC – Limited Liability Company
Choosing to structure your business as Limited Liability Company is a great choice for many reasons: LLCs function similarly to Corporations and offer nearly the same amount of asset protection. This structure is very popular.

Answers to Your Questions

What business type should I choose?

It depends on your type of business and your plans, as every type of structure comes with advantages and disadvantages. Feel free to click through our resources on each business structure, or give us a call with any specific questions.

Difference between a C-Corp and an S-Corp?

The main difference is C-Corps are double-taxed. It pays taxes on it’s net profit and its shareholders pay taxes on the income they receive. As well, S-Corps can only have up to one-hundred members. Whereas C-Corps can have unlimited members

Why incorporate?

At the top of the list: asset protection. With a corporate veil, you shield your personal assets and keep business assets strictly within the business. Beyond that, your business becomes perpetual and you can transfer ownership. You can raise capital through investors. And you can save money on taxes, as the corporate tax rate is lower than the individual tax rate.

Should you choose an LLC or a Corporation?

LLCs can take on investor members but they can’t sell shares of stock. Corporations can sell shares of their businesses.

How long does it take?

Not long, expect to complete the process in a few short weeks.