Just wondering if anyone has used Nevada Corporation Headquarters to form an LLC?
Any info is helpful in this company?
Hi @Danny Cerecedes ,
Did you ever pursue NCH or received more information elsewhere about the company? My husband and I are potentially looking into them as the holding company for our LLC.
No I didn't move forward with them. We incorporated with a company called Incorp. Hope that helps!!
How was your experience with incorp? I am currently in process of incorporating in Nevada with Nevada corporation. I don't know if I can cancel, I have not signed any paperwork. I paid the 1200.
What is the annual fee for agent for service of process? Do they do that function or send you to another company?
The Annual Fee for incorporating in Nevada is $550 a year for Busies License and listing of members. They also register as the agent. They do out source their credit building program and also any accouting help with your business but I think they themselves are the registered agent for the business.
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I was looking at using http://corpcomply.com for a Nevada Corp set-up. They have a package Including incorporation $194 and the first year Registered Agent $89 - which is a lot less than the last corporation I set-up. They were recommended to me by an old associate who got them through the TrueBuild Business Credit Program (a fast-track to establish a separate corporate credit file).
Has anyone had any dealings with CorpComply?
Filing with the Nevada Secretary of State can be done online with them and wouldn't cost you anything extra. The only part you'd be missing is an address open during all business hours to accept any service of process for the business... which is the registered agent (required in any State and most States can be filed online now).
NV entity formation start page: https://www.nvsilverflume.gov/startBusiness
Whoever you choose as a registered agent, please make sure you know how they STOP becoming your registered agent so you can stop paying any annual fees to them. You are going to list them on an official document, public document here in NV, and anything you ever want to change on that document comes with a fee from the State (RA change form or dissolution of the entity are two ways).
Corpcomply I've never dealt with but without listing their address on their website, they appear to be micro sites for another larger registered agent (possible Incorp or NCH). They share a phone number with http://www.aftbizservice.com/index.html
I'd be careful with some of the guys out there. They will upsell you on anything and everything you DON'T need for this and you won't know it. Incorp never upsold which I liked, their employees were honest and did what they could. I heard you might get pressure sold and up sold on products from NCH but I never experienced that personally.
Warning: file your annual list every year and when you are done with the entity, dissolve it and send that paperwork to your RA to cancel their services or you could be in for an expensive drawn-out headache.
IM me if anyone has questions about forming an entity... I used to do that for a living in all 50 States and DC. I don't file them anymore but an answer questions or direct you as needed.
Hello. What in particular are they doing for you?
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