Incorporation Services and LLC Formations
Fast, Reliable Document Preparation and Filing for New Corporations, LLC's, PLLC's, Nonprofits
BlumbergExcelsior Corporate Services entity formation is as easy as making a phone call or completing an online order form. We make it easy for lawyers, CPAs, tax preparers and entrepreneurs to start professional and business corporations, LLC's, PLLC's and nonprofit organizations in any state.
Just call us or click on a state below for more information or to place your order. An experienced representative will work with you to prepare and file the documents required by your state. Corporate Service Inquiry Form
Should I form a LLC or a Corporation?
If you are conducting or starting up a business as a sole proprietor or a partnership, there are significant advantages to operating as a Corporation or LLC. One key advantage is that personal liability for the losses, debts or court judgments can be avoided, provided you respect the formalities required by the laws of the state in which the Corporation or LLC is formed. Click Here to Read Complete Article
What is a Registered Agent?
A registered agent, a resident agent or a statutory agent (the three terms are interchangeable) is defined by United States business law as a business, or person, designated to receive service of process on behalf of a company against whom a legal action is brought. Click Here to Read Complete Article
Where should I file my LLC or corporation?
Conventional wisdom has it that filing LLCs and corporations in certain foreign states is preferred because the laws are more friendly or annual franchise taxes are lower. This is a trap for the unwary. If you are going to actively engage in business in the state where the business resides seek professional advice about what jurisdiction is best for your purposes. Otherwise, it could be very expensive in the long run and even dangerous. Click Here to Read Complete Article
How to Form a Not-for-Profit Corporation?
Not-for-Profit Corporations are formed for many reasons. In New York State there are two types of formations: charitable and non-charitable. New York now allows for filings of each with a purpose as simple as: any purpose for which corporations may be organized under the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law as a charitable corporation or any purpose for which corporations may be organized under the Not-for-Profit Corporation Law as a non-charitable corporation. Click Here to Read Complete Article
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