We welcome you to explore the advantages listed
below of incorporating in the State of Nevada.
||Nevada has NO state income tax.
||Nevada has NO franchise tax.
||Nevada has NO taxes on corporate shares.
||Nevada has NO succession tax
Nevada corporate stockholders and directors are
NOT required to be US citizens.
Stockholders and directors are NOT required to
live or hold meetings in Nevada. Corporate meetings may be held anywhere
in the world
Nevada allows corporations to determine what
type of stock it will issue, including assessable, non-assessable and bearer
Nevada allows corporate by-laws to be changed
Minimum initial capital is NOT required.
There are minimal reporting and disclosure requirements.
Only the names and addresses of the corporate officers, directors and resident
agent are public record.
Stockholders are NOT a matter of public record.
As an owner or investor in a Nevada corporation, you may remain anonymous
if you choose. You may appoint others to positions as officers and directors,
and yet retain control of the corporation through ownership.
One person may act as President, Secretary, Treasurer,
and Director of a Nevada corporation, fulfilling all disclosure requirements.
Nevada allows corporations to conduct business
at more than one office and also allows them to hold, purchase, mortgage,
and convey real and personal property in any of the states, or dependencies
of the United States, the District of Columbia, or any foreign country.
Nevada corporations can guarantee, hold, sell,
assign, transfer, mortgage, pledge, or otherwise dispose of the shares
or its capital stock, or any bonds, securities, or evidence of indebtedness.
Nevada corporations may purchase, hold, sell,
or transfer shares of its own stock.
Nevada corporations may issue stock for labor,
services, personal property, or real estate, including leases and options.
The directors may determine the value of any of these transactions.
Your corporate directors may, by majority resolution,
designate one or more committees with a director or directors to manage
the business of the corporation and have full power.
As of March 13, 1987, officers and directors of
a Nevada corporation are protected from being held liable for the acts
committed on behalf of the corporation or by the corporation.
Nevada is the only state in the United States
that does NOT have a reciprocity agreement with the Internal Revenue Service.
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