Incorporate in Delaware with
a point and click. The tax benefits of Incorporating in Delaware are
most advantageous vs. many states including Nevada. We welcome you to
explore the advantages listed below of incorporating
in the State of Delaware.
||Delaware Corporate Law is most Flexible in
||Delaware Court of Chancery
||Delaware Corporate Law Does Not Require Physical
||Delaware has a minimal corporate franchise
• More than half a million business entities have
their legal home in Delaware including more than 50% of all U.S. publicly-traded
companies and 60% of the Fortune 500. Businesses choose Delaware because
we provide a complete package of incorporation services including modern
and flexible corporate laws, our highly-respected Court of Chancery,
a business-friendly State Government, and the customer service oriented
Staff of the Delaware Division of Corporations.
• Delaware’s laws governing corporations,
limited liabilty companies, limited partnerships and business trusts
are considered the most flexible in the United States by many.
• Jurisdiction over most questions
arising under Delaware’s corporation, limited liability company, and
limited partnership laws is vested in the Delaware Court of Chancery.
The Court of Chancery has over 200 years of legal precedent in corporation
and business entity law.
• The Delaware State Legislature
take seriously its role in keeping the corporation, limited liability
company and limited partnership laws current.
Some of the advantages of organizing
Delaware is the recognized leader
in corporate, limited liability and limited partnership law.
You can form a Delaware corporation, limited liability
company, or business entity without coming to Delaware.
The owners and operators of a Delaware corporation
or limited liability company are not required to be identified in the
public records of the State.
One person can be the sole director and officer
of a corporation or sole member and manager of a limited liability company.
Delaware has a minimal corporate franchise tax
(as low as $50 per year) that is not based upon income.
There is no Delaware income tax for Delaware corporations
or limited liability companies that do not do business in Delaware.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I choose Delaware Corporations LLC
to form my Delaware business entity?
We are experienced incorporators,
with over 150,000 business assisted throughout the United States and
Washington, D.C. We understand the requirements set forth by the State
of Delaware and file your Corporation, Limited Liability Company, Business
Trust, or Partnership in accordance with all state and federal laws.
We know Delawares system and the benefits to you and your company of
incorporating here.We are experienced, expedient, fast, friendly, and
fairly priced for your benefit. Take your savings and apply towards
marketing your business !!!! We want you to be successful with your
You can form a Delaware corporation
or limited liability company online, by phone, by fax, or by mail. Limited
partnerships and business trusts can be formed by phone. We will check
the availability of the name you have selected for your new business
entity the same day.
Our staff members are not lawyers
and they do not give legal advice.
What taxes does the corporation
pay to Delaware?
The minimum annual franchise
tax for a corporation with up to 3,000 shares of no par or $.01 par
common stock is $30, plus a filing fee of $20. If the corporation does
not conduct business in Delaware, that is the only tax paid to Delaware.
Does the corporation have to
do business in Delaware?
No. The corporate offices may
be located anywhere in the world, as long as the corporation maintains
a registered agent in Delaware.
What taxes does a limited liability
company pay to Delaware?
The annual franchise tax for
a limited liability company is $100. If the limited liability company
does not conduct business in Delaware, that is the only tax paid to
Does the limited liability company
have to do business in Delaware?
No. The limited liability company’s
offices may be located anywhere in the world, as long as the limited
liability company maintains a registered agent in Delaware. Non-residents
who form LLC's, may not have to pay U.S. taxes. Contact us for more
information about U.S. banking services.
What does the registered agent
The registered agent accepts
service of process if the corporation or limited liability company is
The Delaware Secretary of State
sends to the registered agent the annual statement for the Delaware
franchise tax. The registered agent forwards that bill to the corporation
or limited liability company for payment to the Secretary of State.
What is the fee for having Delaware
Corporations LLC serve as registered agent?
Our fee for serving as registered
agent is only $139 per calendar year. The registered agents fee is an
annual fee billed upon your anniversary with Incorporate USA, Inc..
You will have your franchise tax due in addition to the registered agents
fee unless you maintain your own principal and registered office.
Can my corporation or limited
liability company use Incorporate USA to receive mail?
Yes, but only if you have ordered
and paid for our mail forwarding service, one of our Virtual Office
Mail Depot Services.
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