Need help researching your business license requirements?
No matter where you are in the lifecycle of your business, The Company Corporation will provide the business license research that you need to help you satisfy all your business licensing obligations.
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The United States has more than 150,000 local, county, municipal, township, and special district governments. How can your organization stay in compliance? Get the peace of mind you deserve by trusting The Company Corporation to research all your business license, permit, and tax registration obligations.
The Company Corporation can help you gather the applications for your business. Our Business License Compliance Package identifies any license, permit, and tax registrations for your business. Once received, simply complete and file the necessary paperwork.Ready to order your $99 Business License Compliance Package?
|Order online or call a Business License Specialist at 888-705-9716 . Our fee for this package is $99, and includes research for one state, county, and city.|
|We gather the license, permit, and tax registration applications identified for your business.|
|We send you a customized packet of forms, instructions, and the contact information for the licensing authorities.|
|Fill out and mail the forms to the addresses provided.|
|Receive your licenses!|
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The Company Corporation
2711 Centerville Road, Suite 400
Wilmington, DE 19808
Regardless of their size, all businesses can benefit from incorporating. Advantages of forming a corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) include:
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- Personal asset protection. Both corporations and LLCs allow owners to separate and protect their personal assets. In a properly structured and managed company, owners should have limited liability for business debts and obligations.
- Additional credibility. Adding "Inc." or "LLC" after your business name can add instant authority. Consumers, vendors, and partners may prefer to do business with an incorporated company.
- Name protection. In most states, other businesses may not file your exact corporate or LLC name in the same state.
- Perpetual existence. Corporations and LLCs continue to exist, even if ownership or management changes. Sole proprietorships and partnerships just end if an owner dies or leaves the business.
- Tax flexibility. Though profit and loss typically pass through an LLC and get reported on the personal income tax returns of owners, an LLC can also elect to be taxed as a corporation. Likewise, a corporation can avoid double taxation of corporate profits and dividends by electing Subchapter S tax status.
- Deductible expenses. Both corporations and LLCs may deduct normal business expenses, like salaries, before they allocate income to owners.