Incorporate or Form an LLC in Texas
Fast, reliable incorporation services with no hidden fees for Texas
Use BlumbergExcelsior Corporate Services, Inc. to prepare and file the documents in Texas to incorporate or to start an LLC, new nonprofit corporation, professional corporation (PC), PLLC, professional association (PA) or limited partnership (LP). Our fast, reliable incorporation and LLC formation services include a corporate kit or LLC kit, which ships free, with minutes/bylaws or LLC operating agreement. To start a Texas LLC or corporation, call or add an item to cart and fill out the new corporation or LLC order form.
Blumberg's registered agent service is only $110 for the first year when we do the Texas corporate or LLC filing and then $139/year. Ask about our registered agent service or order it on the order form.
Texas Incorporation Fees
|Filing Fees to State of Texas*||$300.00|
|Blumberg Corporation Formation Service Fee**||$70.00|
|Black Beauty Corporate Kit with Minutes and Bylaws||$90.45|
|Shipping Corporate Kit||Free|
Texas LLC Fees
|Filing Fees to State of Texas*||$300.00|
|Blumberg LLC Formation Service Fee**||$70.00|
|Black Beauty LLC Kit with LLC Operating Agreement||$93.95|
|Shipping LLC Kit||Free|
Texas Non Profit Formation Fees
|Filing Fees to State of Texas*||$25.00|
|Blumberg Nonprofit Corporation Formation Service Fee**||$70.00|
|Black Beauty Nonprofit Corporate Kit with Minutes and Bylaws||$79.30|
|Shipping Nonprofit Corporate Kit||Free|
|TOTAL (before sales tax on kit)||$174.30|
- *If you have a BlumbergExcelsior house account, we will advance the disbursements to the state.
- **Must be a Texas attorney; non-attorney fee, $99.00
- Regular Service: 5-10 Business Days
Expedited Service: 24 hours, recommended
Expedited service is available for $25. You may select expedited service on the order form. The $25 is a state expediting fee. With or without expediting, Blumberg's service fee is the same.
Order at Time of Formation or Separately
Registered Agent Service $125.00 first year; renewals $139.00
Annual Report Filing Service $65.00
Federal Tax ID (EIN) $35.00
Custom LLC Operating Agreement $85.00
IRS 1023 EZ Filing $625.00 (our $350.00 fee is included)
For Texas apostille services contact our Austin office or complete this apostille inquiry form.
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