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Create Your Company in Florida

In order to get started with your Florida company please choose the package you prefer, depending on your needs. Below you will find an explanation for each type of company (Corporation or LLC) as well as a description of the packages we offer.

If you have not yet done so, please complete the Incorporation Form (it will open in a new tab), after this you can complete the order by selecting the package you would like, adding any additional services, and checking out.

Advantages of creating your company in Florida

Florida companies do not require a minimum investment, unlike other states that can require initial investments of $1,000 or more. In addition, Florida companies do not require you to have a bank account in Florida.

A company incorporated in Florida can list one person as the sole shareholder, manager and officer (President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer). Several other states require 3 different people to fill these positions. There is also no requirement for the shareholders, managers and officers to reside in Florida or to hold shareholder meetings (or any kind of meetings) there.

Florida Profit Corporation

The legal existence of a “Corporation” is independent of that of its shareholders, it can therefore survive the death or departure of a shareholder. This is not the case with an LLC or an LP.

It is important to note that the corporation strictly limits the liability of participants, as long as the administrative formalities required by the management of this kind of structure are scrupulously followed.

It is usually required to hold annual shareholder meetings, but this does not require to be present in the State of incorporation. A corporation is typically led by a shareholder Board.

The IRS (Internal Revenue Service – The United States Tax Authority) considers that, by default, corporations belong in the “C” category and are therefore taxed on their profits before they are distributed, therefore producing double taxation. It is possible, under certain conditions, to choose to be assigned the “S” category in order for taxes to be paid at the shareholder level.

The main disadvantage of a corporation is that profits are taxed directly to the corporation, and then back to each shareholder when they receive a dividend of profits. This is called double taxation”.

Simple Package

$389
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Executive Package

$789
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Luxury Package

$1,189
  • State fees and expenses are included. (With the exception of international delivery expenses, that vary by country).
  • Check name availability and reserve it.
  • Articles of incorporation.
  • Provide a Registered Agent (*) for 1 year (you can renew it).
  • Company Address.
  • Your company incorporated within 7 days.
  • We obtain a TIN/FEIN.
  • Memberships or Shares Certificates
  • Receive Your Correspondence
  • Luxury Binder with official documents
  • Official Seal of your Company
  • Draw up your company’s documents
    + $100
  • Receive and forward your correspondence
    + $150
  • International Apostille
    + $150
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Complete Package

$1,589
  • State fees and expenses are included. (With the exception of international delivery expenses, that vary by country).
  • Check name availability and reserve it.
  • Articles of incorporation.
  • Provide a Registered Agent (*) for 1 year (you can renew it).
  • Company Address.
  • Your company incorporated within 7 days.
  • We obtain a TIN/FEIN.
  • Memberships or Shares Certificates
  • Receive Your Correspondence
  • Luxury Binder with official documents
  • Official Seal of your Company
  • Draw up your company’s documents
  • Receive and forward your correspondence
  • International Apostille
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(*) A Registered Agent” represents your Company regarding registration services, but has no management power.  The “Registered Agent” must be a resident of Florida.

Florida Limited Liability Company

The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a flexible corporate structure that combines elements from the Partnership and the Company. This corporate structure provides its owner with reduced liability in most U.S. jurisdictions.

Often referred to, mistakenly, as a Company (instead of “Limited Liability Corporation”) it is a hybrid business entity. It includes characteristics of companies and of partnerships or individual enterprises (depending on the number of owners). The main shared attribute between an LLC and a Corporation is the Limited Liability, the main shared attribute between an LLC and a Partnership is the Income Tax exemption. This structure is often more flexible than a corporation and is well suited to companies with a sole proprietor.

The ability to choose the tax system allows the LLC to be taxed as a one-person-company, Partnership, C Corporation or S corporation (with some limitations), gives it great flexibility.

Unlike Corporations they are not required to have a Board or Officers.

The Limited Liability means that owners (called Members) are fully or partially shielded from the actions and or liabilities of the LLC, depending on each State’s laws.

The paperwork and filing requirements are much lower than for a Corporation.

Lower tax impact (for instance no double taxation), unless the LLC is taxed as a C Corporation. By default the profits are taxed at the level of the members, not at the level of the LLC.

In some states an LLC can be created with a single physical shareholder.

It can be harder to raise financial capital for an LLC, as investors are more comfortable investing funds in the better understood “Corporation” structure with an eye to later float it on a stock exchange. It is possible to later form a corporation and merge it with the LLC, thereby dissolving it and leaving a corporation with shares in its place.

Tax authorities outside the United States may treat the LLC as a corporation regardless of its classification by the U.S. tax authorities. This can be an issued when the LLC operates outside the United States or when a local resident is a member of an American LLC.

 

Simple Package

$389
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Executive Package

$789
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Luxury Package

$1,189
  • State fees and expenses are included. (With the exception of international delivery expenses, that vary by country).
  • Check name availability and reserve it.
  • Articles of incorporation.
  • Provide a Registered Agent (*) for 1 year (you can renew it).
  • Company Address.
  • Your company incorporated within 7 days.
  • We obtain a TIN/FEIN.
  • Memberships or Shares Certificates
  • Receive Your Correspondence
  • Luxury Binder with official documents
  • Official Seal of your Company
  • Draw up your company’s documents
    + $100
  • Receive and forward your correspondence
    + $150
  • International Apostille
    + $150
BUY NOW

Complete Package

$1,589
  • State fees and expenses are included. (With the exception of international delivery expenses, that vary by country).
  • Check name availability and reserve it.
  • Articles of incorporation.
  • Provide a Registered Agent (*) for 1 year (you can renew it).
  • Company Address.
  • Your company incorporated within 7 days.
  • We obtain a TIN/FEIN.
  • Memberships or Shares Certificates
  • Receive Your Correspondence
  • Luxury Binder with official documents
  • Official Seal of your Company
  • Draw up your company’s documents
  • Receive and forward your correspondence
  • International Apostille
BUY NOW

(*) A Registered Agent” represents your Company regarding registration services, but has no management power.  The “Registered Agent” must be a resident of Florida.

REQUIREMENTS

There is no need for you to have a physical presence in Florida in order to acquire our services. Please find below, detailed lists of all the requirements necessary to establish your company in Florida and to open a company bank account in Florida. You may also request information to apply for credit cards and payment gateways by contacting us.

Requirements for personal Florida bank account

COPY OF YOUR PASSPORT: Must be valid and certified by a notary public.

COPY OF YOUR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION CARD:  Must be valid and certified by a notary public.

COPY OF A UTILITY BILL: Cannot be more than 3 months old. Can be a water bill, electricity bill, telephone bill or bank receipt.

A BANK REFERENCE OR BANK CERTIFICATE: Cannot be more than 3 months old. This document must be presented in English.

On occasion A BUSINESS REFERENCE: A business reference that can be provided by a lawyer, accountant, tax adviser or CPA.

Requirements for Florida companies

COMPANY INCORPORATION DOCUMENTATION: Documents must be certified by a notary public and apostille. Documents must include the certificate of incorporation, memorandum of association, register of directors, share registration and certificate of good standing if the company has been active for over a year.

COPY OF YOUR PASSPORT: Must be valid and certified by a notary public.

COPY OF YOUR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION CARD:  Must be valid and certified by a notary public.

COPY OF A UTILITY BILL: Cannot be more than 3 months old. Can be a water bill, electricity bill, telephone bill or bank receipt.

A BANK REFERENCE OR BANK CERTIFICATE: Cannot be more than 3 months old. This document must be presented in English.

We Are Here to Help with your Company

Let us know your needs and find the answers to your questions. We will assist you every step of the way on incorporating your company in the US or other countries.

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