We can file all the paperwork to help you start a business today. Whether you decide to Form an LLC (Limited Liability Company), Corporation, Non-Profit, or simply File a DBA, our business filings experts can file your paperwork quickly and affordably. Plus, all our services are backed by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. *
We file all of the right paperwork to start your business in any state and help with every step of the process.
- Name Availability Check
- State Report Filings
- Registered Agent Service
- Federal Tax Id Number
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a legal business structure that is similar to both the corporation and the sole proprietor or partnership. The LLC is an exceedingly popular form of business structure as it offers the same or similar level of asset protection as a corporation while requiring only minimal formalities be observed (similar to a sole proprietor or partnership).
File a DBA (Sole Proprietorship)
DBA stands for “Doing Business As.” This filing is required when a business operates under a “Fictitious Business Name (FBN). By filing a DBA in the appropriate jurisdiction, a small business can operate under a fictitious name. In other words, this DBA filing allows the business to operate under a name that is different from its owner.
Incorporating a business can be fast, simple, and affordable way to start a business. Learn about the benefits of incorporation, the different corporation business structures like the C Corporation, the S Corporation, and more.
Business Licenses, Permits & Tax
In many cases, a business license is not required to conduct business in the United States. Depending on your industry and jurisdiction, however, business license requirements vary.
- Business Structures like the LLC (Limited Liability Company), the S Corporation, and more
- Protecting your business trademarks, copyrights, and patents
- Running your business under multiple names or in multiple states
- Corporate Compliance and Annual Report Requirements
Close a Company
Even if you have closed your company and you are no longer operating your business, you still need to process the correct paperwork to legally close your operations. If you have formed a corporation or LLC, have business licenses, and/or pay taxes, the state still sees you as operating, and will continue to try to get you to pay fees and taxes.
It’s your responsibility to handle the paperwork that notifies the state business resources that your business is no longer operating. That way, you are no longer required to pay these fees.
Legally Close a Company
If you need to close your business, CorpNet can help you file your Articles of Dissolution. We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with our service, CorpNet™ will refund 100% of our service fee to you. Please remember, while our staff is very knowledgeable and experienced in the field of corporate filings, we are not acting as your attorney and cannot provide you with legal advice.
We can also help you submit and file for LOGO and Word trademarks.
- Standard: 2-4 weeks
- Rush: 1-2 weeks (additional fees apply)
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