Why should I incorporate in the United States of America?
The United States of America is the world No.1 Business hub and every day; foreign nationals are setting up US Business, from major enterprise to small startup. The most efficient way to expand business in worldwide to register in US Marketplace is the key to success for any business around the world. The USA has proven as the world largest, best and integrated market with and lowest tax rate. Registering a company in the USA. As non-resident is simple and 100% Online process.
Delaware corporation allows companies to issue stock to employees, raise to raise fund from the angel investor or venture capitalist, and provides the stability of clear corporate rules and case law. Approximate 60% of the Fortune 500 companies registered in Delaware. Delaware offers lowest tax rate and liberal tax laws. Here at thelawplanet.com, we do company formation around the world no matter where are you.
Advantages of USA Company Registration
What type of business will be created?
With thelawplanet.com, we will assist you in C-Corp formation (closely held corporation) in Delaware, New York, California and with all other major states of the United States of America. Most Fortune 500 companies and Silicon Valley startups choose to incorporate in Delaware.
Corporation in the United States can be formed in two ways:
Standalone entity: a corporation which is owned by the group of founders, employees, investors and another stakeholder as the separate entity from the existing company.
Subsidiary entity: a corporation may be formed as wholly an entity that is a wholly-owned subsidiary of existing companies registered outside the USA.
What documents will be created with this registration package?
Do I need to be a US citizen to incorporate a US company?
Tax & Legal Support after USA company registration
We will take care of your legal & taxation requirement in USA.
Tax Liability in Delaware for corporates
1. Franchise tax:
Authorized Shares Method. Franchise fee calculated based on the numbers of shares held by a company.
5,000 shares or less = $75 fee
5,001 to 10,000 shares = $150 fee; and
10,000 or more shares = $150 base fee + $75 additional fee for each additional 10,000 shares or fraction thereof.
2. Corporate Income tax: