https://gimmelaw.com/wp-content/uploads/gimme-law-1.png 0 0 Michael David https://gimmelaw.com/wp-content/uploads/gimme-law-1.png Michael David2008-04-21 17:50:242010-06-08 00:50:43Nevada Corporation - Incorporate in NV - Nevada Incorporation
Nevada Corporation – Incorporate in NV – Nevada Incorporation
Are you looking to incorporate in Nevada?
Are you trying to learn about Nevada incorporation or corporation laws?
The following summary can get you started on your path to incorporation.
|Secretary of State Contact Information||Nevada Secretary of State, Annex Office|
202 North Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701-4786
|Secretary of State Address||http://sos.state.nv.us|
|Corporation Filing Fees||The fee for filing Articles of Incorporation is $75, but graduates upward based on the authorized capital. Authorized capital is the total authorized shares multiplied by the shares’ par value. A Nevada corporation must name all its initial directors in its Articles of Incorporation. The Articles of Incorporation must include a declaration of the corporation’s Resident Agent accepting his or her designation. Corporations must file an Initial List of Officers and Directors form by the 1st day of the 2nd month following the incorporation date. The filing fee for the Initial List is $125.|
|Corporation Name Reservation Information and Fees||Nevada incorporators may reserve a corporate name by paying a $40 fee. The name reservation can be effected through the Secretary of State’s website. The name reservation remains effective for 90 days.|
|Periodic Corporation Reporting Requirements||Nevada corporations must file an Initial List of Officers and Directors form by the 1st day of the 2nd month following the incorporation date; the filing fee is $125. Each year thereafter, Nevada corporations must file an Annual List of Officers and Directors form; the filing fee is $125, but graduates upward based upon authorized capital. Check the fee schedule for the correct fee.|
|Corporate Tax Summary||Nevada has one of the least burdensome tax structures in the United States. Nevada has no corporate income tax, and no corporate Franchise Tax .|
|“S” Corporation Information||Because Nevada does not impose a corporate income tax, S corporation status is not relevant to Nevada taxation.|