We ensure that you choose the right type of business incorporation between Limited Liability Company (LLC) and C Corporation (C Corp). Due to modern and flexible corporate laws and business-friendly government more than one million businesses are registered in the State of Delaware including Facebook, Google, and many others. Delaware offers the Lowest income tax that is an additional advantage hence maximum fortune 500 companies have been registered in Delaware.
Also, there is no mandate that you must be a US resident or citizens, hence founders from more than 130 countries are using the online tool and manage the Limited Liability Company (LLC) and C Corporation (C Corp) in the USA. Many Startups outside of USA build a global company incorporated in the USA to raise money from professional investors, crowdfunding sources, accelerators program, angel and venture capitalist. International companies or export & import businesses choose to register in the USA enhance the business reputation for making a Big USA Brand, Tax benefits, easy of importing and selling in the USA.
LLCs (LLC USA) are organized under an Operating Agreement, a contract between owners specifying how it will be run and how costs and profits will be split between them.
The possibilities are endless when it comes to structuring an LLC. This has its pros and cons, of course, because so much relies on the Operating Agreement and all parties involved must always be considered. Corporations, by comparison, are more standardized. Features of an LLC include:
Corporations are structured on the idea that control and ownership can be separate. Owners are called shareholders and they may or may not be involved in the day-to-day operations of the company. Ownership of the business is tracked by shares, with each share corresponding to a defined portion of control of the business and entitlement to profits.
Many well-known companies are Corporations. Any individual can own shares at one of these companies without having any responsibility for working there. Features of a Corporation include:
Corporations provide limited liability because shareholders are generally not individually liable for the debts and obligations of the company.
Public Benefit Company or PBC, they have all the increasingly popular method that founders. Delaware law enables founders of PBCs to adopt corporate governance principles that let them run their businesses as responsible and sustainable organizations. Delaware PBCs are managed for the benefit of all of their stakeholders — including workers, customers, and the community — and not just stockholders.
A Delaware PBC has the same rules as a traditional corporation, with few more altered options.
Startups also elect to be Delaware PBCs to attract customers, employees, and investors who want to be affiliated with an organization that has a purpose beyond profit. The willingness to meet Delaware PBC requirements signals commitment to the specified public benefit(s) and the broader public.
Banking services are currently online international bank details to receive money from over 30 countries around the world that means you'll get:
It is your personal or business details to get paid from the UK, the US, Australia, New Zealand, and any country in the Euro zone.
All the money in your account is securely stored in American bank accounts. If the address on your profile is in the US, your money's stored in American bank accounts.
USD Bank details are provided by Community Federal Savings Bank, Member FDIC.
Choice of Limited Liability Company (LLC) and C Corporation (C Corp)
Experienced consultants and advisors available in India for assistance
Your own online managed USA Bank business account
No need to Deposit Minimum Bank Account Balance of $5,000$50,000
Minimum documentation requirements
Merchant Account to process Credit/Debit Card online, Process Cheques and other sources
Possible 8.7% lowest income tax
Don’t have to be dependent on Local USA Sponsor
Lesioning support with US Law or accounts
Complete One Year consultation services
We have an experienced team that gives you step by step consultation to be incorporated online in United States of America plus your own online managed US Bank Account. We can assist you in choosing the right business entity between Limited Liability Company (LLC) and C Corporation (C Corp) as per the Business requirements. Get registered today in the state of USA and preferred by Startup & entrepreneur in the Delaware Silicon Valley.
No, the entire process is online, we give you step by step assistance and consultation so that you can choose the right formation between Limited Liability Company (LLC) and C Corporation (C Corp)
Yes, certainly! We do understand that your business could have a different requirement and you don’t need a Business account in USA for either Limited Liability Company (LLC) and C Corporation (C Corp). However, business choose US Online managed bank account for tax benefits.
As a part of Advanced Package it is included, however, you have an option available if you want to choose those services later or do it yourself or select some other for support channel.
Delaware is a tax-friendly state hence there are different Tax models for different entities
C Corporation (C Corp) are expected to pay some amount of Delaware Franchise Tax and to file an Annual Report. You can read more about the method that can results in the paying lesser tax amount. You can find more information about these methods on Delaware’s site.
A Business Entity Tax or also known as Annual LLC Tax must paid and there is no requirement to file an Annual Report.
The online tool assists you in both the cases and with are the Advanced package we are there to assist and give consultation for your business.
Sorry, the online solution tool is designed for entrepreneurs in such a way that it does not allow the components to be used separately. However, we can assist in formation of a subsidiary of your choice with the bank account.
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