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An LLC (Limited Liability Company) is a distinct type of business that offers an alternative to partnerships and corporations by combining the corporate advantages of limited liability with the partnership advantage of pass-through taxation.


C-Corporation is the most common type of incorporation. It is suitable for a for-profit, state-incorporated business. Company registration is done with state authorities and must abide by corporate laws in the state where it is incorporated.


S-Corporation is an advanced form of corporation, usually more suitable for small businesses than regular C-Corporation. Forming S-Corporation has several advantages as well as disadvantages –


A non-profit organization (abbreviated as NPO, also known as a not-for-profit organization) is an organization that does not distribute its excess profits to owners or shareholders but instead uses them to help pursue its goals.

Company Name Reservation

If you are not ready to incorporate or form an LLC but would like to reserve your business name, we offer a Name Reservation service.

Trademark Registration

Registering your trademark is an important step in protecting your company’s brand.

Federal Tax ID (EIN)

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is used to identify a business for tax purposes with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). A business is required to obtain a Federal Employer ID Number if it hires employees or meets other IRS guidelines.

Registered Agent

A registered agent is a person appointed to accept legal documents on behalf of the corporation. If someone sues you, the papers will be served to the registered agent at the registered office.

Kit & Seal

A Corporate Kit is a binder containing essential items for the maintenance and administration of a corporation or an LLC. The corporate seal is a device made to either emboss or imprint certain company information onto documents.

Newspaper Publication

Publication of a legal announcement (or legal advertising) is a form of classified advertising usually mandated by a state or local law. Legal announcements are published in approved newspapers or journals that serve to inform the public in a specified area.

Apostille & Embassy Certification

An Apostille is a one-page document embossed with a State Seal that certifies the Articles of Organization or Incorporation issued in the United States for use in another country. There are currently over 100 countries that recognize an Apostille certificate as a substitute for official legalization of documents.

U.S. Business & Mailing Address

This service is designed to provide our incorporating clients with a U.S. business & mailing address for use with government authorities, banks, vendors and clients.

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Chrissy Le’Blanc

Chrissy Le’Blanc

Chief Strategic Partnership Officer

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