Incorporate in Nevada
nominee service for more info.
| Here is what we provide
with each new incorporation:
Order Now with our online order form.
We provide you with all of the information necessary to form your Nevada entity properly. Nevada Limited Liability Corporation info is here. Please call us with any questions before you incorporate.
Some of the advantages of Incorporating in Nevada include:
1. No franchise tax
2. No corporate income tax
3. No personal income tax
4. No capital stock tax
5. No stock transfer fee or tax
6. No tax on corporation shares
7. No succession tax
Corporate federal tax is only 15% on the first $50,000 of net income.
NO REQUIREMENT FOR STOCKHOLDER NAMES TO BE FILED WITH THE STATE.
NRS 78.257 even imposes sanctions against outsidersí use of corporate records for purposes contrary to the interests of the stockholders
OFFICERS and DIRECTORS are protected from personal liability for lawful acts of the corporation.
May Issue Stock For CAPITAL, SERVICES, PERSONAL PROPERTY or REAL ESTATE.
NO MINIMUM AMOUNT of CAPITAL is REQUIRED.
MEETINGS CAN BE HELD ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.
OFFICERS,STOCKHOLDERS, and DIRECTORS, may be NON-RESIDENTS OR CITIZENS.
Changes in Nevada Corporate Law from the 2001 Legislature. SB51 , including changes and amendments to the bill so you can see the positive intent of the Nevada Legislature.
**Information on this site is not intended as and shall not be construed to be LEGAL ADVICE. When dealing with legal matters, you should always avail yourself of the services of a qualified member of the Bar Association.
Click on the link below to see the laws for yourself.
Go to Nevada Corporation Law NRS 78
NEVADA WANTS YOUR BUSINESS.
CALL US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION
| Advantages | | Corporation Info | Privacy | Nevada v. Delaware |
| Information | Printable
Order Form | Links | Home |
Silver Shield Services, Inc.
3315 Hwy 50
Silver Springs, Nevada 89429
(775) 577-4822 - Telephone
(775) 546-9955 - fax
Website design by: XBSI
**Information on this site is not intended as and shall not be construed to be LEGAL ADVICE.
When dealing with legal matters, you should always avail yourself of the services of a qualified member of the Bar Association.