Nevada vs. Vermont Incorporation Comparison

Though Vermont’s personal income tax starts at 3.6%, it ramps up to 9.5%, making Vermont the state with the highest state and local tax burden in the country for the 2007 tax year. The overall business tax climate for Vermont incorporations ranks 44th in the nation by the Tax Foundation. Business which incorporate in Nevada, however can benefit from one of the best business tax climates in the nation. There is no tax on corporate income in Nevada. Nevada corporations can form LLCs, Series LLCs or Nevada S Corporations. Please use the data below as a guide to help you decide whether to incorporate in Nevada or Vermont:

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Tax Foundation's, Corporate Tax Ranking Index 1 32
Personal Income Tax NONE 3.6% - 9.5%
Tax Foundations, Personal Income Tax Ranking Index 1 46
No Franchise Tax
No Tax on corp shares
No Gift Tax
No Unitary Tax
No Estate Tax
Statutory Indemnification of Officers, Directors & Employees
Charging Order Protection for Corporation
Charging Order is Creditor's Sole Remedy for LLC or Corporation
Highest Standard of Corporate Veil Protection
Series LLC Allowed
Business Court *

* rankings accurate as of 2013


Why Nevada?

  • You can live and run your business in any state and still incorporate in Nevada.
  • Forming your entity involves no minimum capital requirements
  • Lawsuit proof laws - If your business does get sued, your personal assets will stay safe.
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