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Everyone has questions when forming a corporation or LLC. You are not alone. We are here to help. Our FAQ page addresses the most pressing issues, such as whether your company needs a Delaware business bank account and how to incorporate in Delaware.
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In addition to the legal benefits of a certain state of formation, it is important to know the costs associated with an LLC before you form. People who are interested in forming a Nevada LLC are no different. Nevada LLC Fees The annual costs associated with a Nevada LLC are an Annual List of Managers […]
A single-member LLC can either use the Social Security Number (SSN) of the single member to conduct business, or it can obtain a separate Employer Identification Number (EIN). An EIN is required for a multi-member LLC. We recommend that you obtain an EIN number soon after the formation of your LLC whether you are forming […]
Nevada LLCs are not required to maintain an office, bank account, or business address in the state of Nevada. The sole address a Nevada LLC is required to maintain within the state is that of a registered agent. The purpose of this requirement is so that lawsuits can be served to an address within Nevada […]
With the exception of countries and persons listed with the Office of Foreign Asset Control (a branch of the US Department of the Treasury), non-resident aliens are allowed to incorporate in Nevada and form Nevada LLCs. Nevada businesses owned by non-US citizens are required to register with the US on the one page Report of […]
Yes and no. Nevada does not require members to be listed in a public record. However, Nevada requires that managers or managing members be listed. Non-managing members do not need to be listed. Within thirty days of filing the Articles of Organization with the Nevada Secretary of State, a Nevada LLC must submit a list […]
Yes. Nevada LLCs are constitutionally permitted to do business in every state in the US. However, no matter which state a Nevada LLC does business in, its internal affairs are governed by Nevada state law. In order to do business in other states, Nevada LLCs must apply to the Secretary of State (in that state) for a […]