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You don’t need to live in Nevada to enjoy the best asset and lawsuit protection a Nevada-registered LLC can provide

NEVADA PREMIER LLC PACKAGE

The Premier Package includes everything you need to set up and get the benefits of a Nevada LLC such as asset
protection, enhanced privacy, and tax advantages

Exclusive Inclusions
  • bullet mark Dedicated Business Specialist
  • bullet mark Tax & Asset Protection Strategy Session
  • bullet mark 24 Hour Express Filing
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  • icon check Foreign Filing
  • icon check Registered Agent Service
  • icon check Preparing & Filing the Articles of Organization
  • icon check Tax ID Number (EIN)
  • icon check Form 2554 to have the LLC taxed as an S-Corp
  • icon check Operating Agreement
  • icon check Custom LLC Record Book and Embossed Seal
  • icon check Membership Certificates, and Membership Ledger
  • icon check Business Bank Account
  • icon check Website Address (Domain) + Business Email
  • icon check Personal Banker
  • icon check Business VISA card and checkbooks
  • icon check Unlimited Phone and Email Support

The Benefits of Incorporating in Nevada

Privacy: Nevada is one of the
very last states that doesn't
require the following:

  • bullet A higher level of privacy doesn't require member names to be disclosed publicly.
  • bullet No state income tax.
  • bullet Business-friendly laws and a well-established legal framework.
  • bullet Strong asset protection laws for LLC members - business owners.

Why should I Incorporate in Nevada?

  • Did you know that each state writes its own unique statutes regarding corporate structuring, operational requirements, legal protection (such as the corporate veil), and personal privacy? Well, there’s a reason Nevada is called the pro-business state – it has the MOST business-friendly statute in the nation.

Why Choose a Nevada LLC?

    • Nevada LLCs have some of the strongest asset protection laws in the country that protect business owners and their personal assets.
    • When you form a Nevada LLC, you’ll enjoy numerous tax advantages, such as no personal income tax, no franchise taxes, and no tax on corporate shares.
    • There is no minimum capital requirement to start a Nevada LLC.
    • Nevada LLCs require minimal personal information at the time of start-up and at the time of annual filings.
    • Directors and officers do not need to live in Nevada, hold meetings in Nevada, or be a Nevada resident. You can be anywhere and still form a Nevada LLC or Corporation!

Asset Protection

  • If you're in business and have assets over $50,000, make sure to protect yourself by incorporating in Nevada:
    • One in every four small businesses has been sued or threatened with a lawsuit over the past five years
    • There is one lawsuit filed every 2.08 seconds – the equivalent of the blink of an eye
    • One lawsuit can damage or destroy your livelihood, forcing you to close your doors

More Reasons to Incorporate in Nevada: No Minimum Capital Requirements

  • A Nevada LLC or corporation can be organized with no capital. Other states require an LLC or corporation to have at least $1,000 in capital.

One Person Requirement

  • Not only are the names of business owners and board members excluded from public records, but Nevada LLCs are also not required to file an asset list. These protect business owners and members from being tied to lawsuits while protecting your assets.

No Need To Come To Nevada

  • You don’t have to visit Nevada to incorporate. An entity can be formed by mail, fax, or phone. You can even conduct annual meetings anywhere in the world.

Why form your LLC in Nevada?

As a premier business destination, Nevada offers a favorable tax climate, flexible and business-friendly laws, and strong privacy protections. Take advantage of everything Nevada offers and see how it beats other states.

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A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a legal business structure that combines the flexibility and simplicity of a partnership or sole proprietorship with the liability protection of a corporation. It offers owners, known as members, limited personal liability for the company's debts and obligations, shielding their personal assets from business-related liabilities. LLCs are popular among small businesses and startups due to their ease of formation, minimal administrative requirements, and the ability to choose how they're taxed, either as a sole proprietorship, partnership, S corporation, or C corporation. This structure has become widely adopted due to its advantageous blend of liability protection, tax flexibility, and simplified management.

Forming an LLC involves several steps to establish your business entity. Here are four essential steps to guide you through the process:

  • Choose a unique name and confirm availability.
  • File Articles of Organization with the state.
  • Appoint a registered agent with a local address.
  • Obtaining any necessary business licenses and permits.

NCH is here to ensure a seamless process, with dependable business experts ready to assist you throughout each phase.

Creating an LLC brings two main benefits: protection and flexibility. It guards your personal assets from business debts. Plus, it lets you choose how to pay taxes in a way that suits your money plans. Also, it's simpler to run with minimal paperwork requirements, making it exceptionally suitable for small businesses.

The cost of establishing an LLC can vary depending on factors such as the state you're registering in and any additional services you may require. Generally, you can expect to pay filing fees to your state's business registration agency, which can range from around $50 to a few hundred dollars. There might be ongoing costs such as annual report fees or taxes, and optional expenses could include legal assistance or professional consultation, impacting the overall cost of forming and maintaining an LLC.

The time it takes to establish an LLC depends on several variables, including your state's processing speed, completeness of documentation, and chosen filing method.  Typically, the process can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks. Factors like accurate documentation, availability of required information, and any additional processing requests can also influence the overall duration.

Taxation:

LLC: Members report business profits and losses on their personal tax returns; flexible taxation options.
S-corp: Shareholders receive salaries subject to payroll taxes, with remaining profits distributed as dividends, potentially reducing self-employment tax.

Ownership and Structure:

LLC: Ownership in terms of membership interests; flexible management structure.
S-corp: Owned by shareholders with a board of directors; more rigid management structure.

Limitation on Owners:

LLC: No restrictions on ownership types or numbers.
S-corp: Limited to 100 shareholders, who must be U.S. citizens or residents.

Corporate Formalities:

LLC: Less strict formalities and record-keeping.
S-corp: Requires regular meetings, minutes, and compliance with more corporate formalities.

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