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Nevada LLC and Corporation Registration and Formation

Date: 06/26/2018 | Category: | Author: Jakub Vele

Nevada LLC and Corporation Registration and Formation

Nevada economy is at its helm and has bounced back since the nation’s financial crisis in 2007-2008. This is just the perfect time to form Nevada LLC or Corporation. It is important to understand that Nevada LLC and Nevada Corporation are two different entities and hence it is important to ask yourself: Should I form in Nevada, an LLC or form a Corporation?

LLC and Corporation are two different business types that have their unique structure and benefits and it is important to identify which one of these will suit your requirements the most.

If you are thinking of company formation in Nevada then we can help you with the entire process right from choosing a name to filing of Articles of Organization. We are not just registered agents based in Nevada but have the distinction of having established a highly conducive relationship with Nevada Secretary of State. This allows us to bring to you nothing short of the best services all the time!

Nevada LLC Registration and Formation

Nevada LLC Registration and Formation

If you have chosen to form an LLC in Nevada then the following steps will help you through Nevada LLC registration and formation.

Step 1

The first and the most important step towards company formation in Nevada, is to identify a name for your LLC. You have to choose an available name. How do you know, the name that you have thought of doesn’t exist?

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Step 2

One of the important aspects of LLC formation is to take a decision on whether your LLC will have several members or if it is going to be a single entity business? This is a mandatory requirement if you need to form a Nevada business.

Once you have made your decision, we will fill the Limited-Liability Company Articles of Organization (NRS Chapter 86) and file it with the Nevada Secretary of State. You can download the form on our website and read through the Instructions for Limited-Liability Company Articles of Organization (PURSUANT TO NRS CHAPTER 86).

In case, you have any questions, feel free to call us at 702-871-8678.

Step 3

If you are planning to form a Nevada business with multiple members then you will be required to fill the Nevada LLC Operating Agreement. Filing the Operating Agreement is not a legal obligation but the salient benefit is that it will help in strengthening the organizational structure of your LLC.

In simple words, each member of the LLC will be required to provide their consent to the terms and conditions as mentioned in the agreement and it will act as a legal proof showing that all members are aware of the various rules and regulations that needs to be followed.

You can download the Nevada LLC Operating Agreement at our website to get an insight into the information required.

Step 4

The final step is to choose a Nevada registered agent. has a dedicated team of committed agents that have the expertise and experience required to form a Nevada business LLC. We take pride in our work and have successfully established over 10,000 LLC or corporations.

The Articles of Organization Limited-Liability Company (PURSUANT TO NRS CHAPTER 86) also requires you to reveal information regarding your agent in the Registered Agent Acceptance (PURSUANT TO NRS 77.310) part of the form.

We as one of the top Nevada LLC registered agents will explain in detail the entire process of LLC formation in the state and also ensure the forms are correctly filled and quickly filed.

If you have any questions regarding Nevada LLC registration and formation, you can simply visit the Nevada LLC formation page.

Once Steps 1 to 4 are complete, you will receive your Nevada LLC Articles of Organization verifying your LLC registration in the state.

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Nevada Corporation Registration and Formation

Nevada Corporation Registration and Formation

If you have chosen to incorporate your business in Nevada then the following steps will help you through Nevada Corporation registration and formation.

Step 1

If you want to form a Corporation in Nevada, the first step is to identify a name for your business. You have to choose a name which is not in use. How do you know, the name that you have thought of doesn’t exist?

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Alternatively, we at can conduct a quick name search and ensure it is reserved for you. Reserving the name means it cannot be used by any other business.

Step 2

In order to form a Corporation in Nevada, you will be required to fill different types of forms that have to be eventually filed with the Nevada Secretary of State. The form that needs to be filed will be Articles of Incorporation (PURSUANT TO NRS CHAPTER 78) for domestic Corporation filing and Qualification to do Business in Nevada (PURSUANT TO NRS CHAPTER 80) for foreign Corporation filing.

Once you have made your decision, we will fill the correct form and file it with Nevada Secretary of State along with the applicable fee. You can download the form at our website and read through the Instructions.

In case, you have any questions, feel free to call us at 702-871-8678.

Step 3

The final step is to choose a Nevada registered agent. has a dedicated team of committed agents that have the expertise and experience required to form a Corporation in Nevada. We take pride in our work and have successfully established over 10,000 corporations or LLC.

The Articles of Incorporation (PURSUANT TO NRS CHAPTER 78) and Qualification to do Business in Nevada (PURSUANT TO NRS CHAPTER 80) requires you to reveal information regarding your registered agent for servicing your request.

We are regarded as one of the top registered agents in Nevada for incorporation of businesses today. We will not only explain in detail the entire process of incorporation in the state but also ensure the forms are correctly filled and quickly filed.

If you have any questions regarding Nevada Corporation registration and formation, you can simply visit the Nevada Corporation formation page.

Once Steps 1 to 3 are complete and paperwork is approved you will receive your Nevada Certificate of Incorporation verifying your LLC registration in the state.

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Create your Nevada Corporation

Date: 08/20/2018 | Category: | Author: Jakub Vele

Create your Nevada Corporation

A corporation was the most common choice for a business entity for many entrepreneurs years ago. This was due to the fact that it offered much more advantages over the partnerships and the sole proprietorships. But for some time now, the LLC business entity type has taken over and become the most common choice for many entrepreneurs.

The reason is simple. The LLC offers a lot of simplicity and ease which is why many tend to opt for this type of business entity. But this does not mean that the corporations are now a bad option; they still offer a lot of benefits. In this post, you would understand all about the benefits of the corporation and also learn about the various types of corporation and their differences so that you can choose the applicable business entity type for your Nevada corporation.

History of Nevada Corporations

In 1987, Nevada had adopted the Revised Statutes for corporations, which were based entirely on the Delaware corporate statutes that have lured companies from all over the country for the past century. Nevada has always been a professional business state, and it was looking for new methods to increase the revenue of the state where they do not tax the businesses or citizens of the state.

Even though room taxes, games and sales have been the primary source through which the state got its revenue, Nevada’s rapid growth needed more funds to support it. And with an idea to offer companies with beneficial incorporating situations to attract revenue to the state proved to be a new vehicle for the entrepreneurs, and a prosperous new source of income for the Nevada.

During the recent years, there has been an increase in the number of businesses that have been incorporated in Nevada. Between the years 1994 and 1999, the number of new corporations that were filed in a year rose by 75%.

Moreover, about 80,000 companies were filed in the year 2006 even though the population of Nevada is just 2 million people in the whole state. As a matter of fact, the top state that has the highest number of new business filings are those states with the most population, like Florida, Texas, New York, and California.

What is a Corporation?

A business that is granted a charter that recognizes it as a separate legal entity and has its own liabilities, privileges, and rights distinct from those of its owners is a corporation.

The Corporate Business Structure

Even though a corporation is distinct and separate from the officers, directors, and shareholders, it is an entity that can function only through the agents, officers or members in it. Moreover, the entity cannot have any belief or knowledge of any subject that is independent of the belief or knowledge of its people.

A shareholder of the company (the owner or a partial owner) is a holder of the shares of the business, and this person is normally not in any legal danger for any actions of the corporation. This is only when these acts are not fraudulent and damaging or if the corporation does not maintain and follow the formalities. Additionally, the shareholder/stockholder is not the employer of any of those who are working in the corporation nor is this person the owner of the corporate property.

And it is this separation in the corporation that is the most important benefit. Think about the many newsworthy lawsuits that have come up in the last few years where negligence or other significant obligations have been charged against a corporation. There have been cases where the consumers have been affected by the products that a corporation provides. And in all these cases, the shareholders of the corporation were protected as separate, and it was only the corporation that held liable for the issues.

The corporation is also the citizen of the state in which it has been created in. Moreover, it does not stop being a citizen of the same state even after it engages in any business activity or acquires property in another state. And since the corporation is the creation of the state law, all the powers that it has is acquired from the laws of the state and its constitution in which the company is incorporated in.

Being an artificial person of the state, the corporation is deemed to have its home in the state in which it has been incorporated in and the place where it has a lawful presence. When the company engages in business activities in another state, the place of its selected registered agent or resident is at times called the ‘statutory domicile’ of the corporation.

As soon as the corporation is brought to life, it has almost the same privileges and rights that a person in that state has. The corporation has the rights to own and even run businesses, can sue, hire employees, maintain retirement plans for employees, rent office space, make contracts, buy and sell goods and services, and also be sued.

Additionally, the existence of the corporation is not changed even if the director, officer, or shareholder die or go bankrupt. This means that it has a continuous existence, though the existence remains as long as the corporation follows the statutory requirements of the state where it is incorporated.

Moreover, even though the corporation is considered as a ‘person’ legally, the corporation cannot think, talk, walk or act for itself. The corporation cannot produce the products on its own or perform any of the physical tasks needed to run the company. For these tasks, the director (you) and those hired to work within the corporation do it.

The main point that has to be kept in mind is that when you have a corporation, it exists as a separate person or entity. It does not matter which state you live in. It is the corporation that complies with the obligations of the state in which it has been incorporated. With all these details explained about a corporation, it is also important to note that Nevada is the state where a corporation enjoys the most number of benefits.

Comparison of C & S Corporations

There isn’t just one type of corporation in a state. Corporations vary in their organization and structure. You would need to choose the type of tax treatment you want for your corporation. There are two main tax treatments that many attorneys and CPAs would advise to choose: S-elections and C-elections.

But before you choose from one of these, it is important to note that each state has different laws for the corporations. Hence it is better to learn about that state, and its benefits before you choose the tax treatment you want.

The below comparison between the S and C election is a basic one that applies to all the states in the USA:

C Election Corporation

  • The profits are taxed on an 1120 tax return at corporate rates, separate from the individual return.
  • The profits can be kept as retained earnings.
  • Follows the fiscal or calendar year that the Board of Directors has designated.
  • Permits to have an unlimited number of stockholders.
  • Permits to have limited liability of the directors/officers/owners.

S Election Corporation

  • The state taxes would apply for those who are in the state where there is an individual state income tax.
  • All the profits of the corporation are taxed on the tax return of the owner even though it is not distributed.
  • The profits pass through the individual tax return 1040. This means that there are no tax brackets separate from the personal tax brackets that apply.
  • Needs full disclosure of up to 100 corporate owners.
  • Normally runs on a calendar year.
  • Permits to have limited liability of the directors/ officers/owners.

Note: It should be noted that Nevada is a state in the US where there is no state corporate income tax of any kind for both S-election and C-election corporations.

These are not just the only differences that are there. Several other variations exist between these two types of tax elections that can be understood better by explaining each in details, as shared below.

S Election Corporations

Not any company can choose to be an S corporation. There are a few specific requirements that have to be met for electing the S corporation status. For being listed as an S corporation, you would have to file Form 2533 with the IRS where your corporation has to meet all the following requirements as well:

  • It has to be a small business corporation. (The financial institutions like the insurance companies, banks, or building and loan associations are not permitted to take advantage of an S election.)
  • It has to be a domestic corporation formed in the US.
  • It must just have one class of stock.
  • It does not need to have non-resident alien shareholders.
  • It can just have certain trusts, estates or individuals as shareholders.
  • It can have no more than 100 shareholders.
  • It has to adhere to the state statutory limitations, which limit the transfer of ownership/shares of the company.

The S corporation runs on the December 31st calendar-year-end basis. Nevertheless, there are exceptions just like there are exceptions with many of the other rules. The corporation can also choose the Section 444, which would permit the corporation to follow the tax year ending on either September 30, October 31, or November 30. But in this case, estimated tax payments have to be made that negate any advantage a shareholder may get by having an offsetting fiscal year.

Factors When Selecting an S Corporation

Here are some of the considerations while choosing the S corporation:

  • When the losses of the corporation flow-through, those losses can be utilized to neutralize the active income from an owner. (Here the active income constitutes the income obtained directly from the business activity.)
  • The employee/shareholder of the S corporation might be able to deduct 100% of the cost of medical insurance as an adjustment to income.
  • There aren’t any penalties for excessive collected earnings for S corporations.
  • There is no double taxation.
  • In case the S corporation earns active profits, it can be balanced by the losses from other companies and/or running costs from a sole proprietorship.
  • The S corporation has to report bonuses paid for group term life insurance and health insurance as taxable income in case the shareholder owns more than 2% of the stock. Nevertheless, the shareholder still has the eligibility to get the 100% deduction as mentioned before, to help balance this.

Who Should Use S Corporation Status?

The following companies should choose the S corporation status:

  • The companies that may be subjected to the Alternative Minimum Tax.
  • The companies that don’t expect to distribute multiple classes of stock.
  • The companies that have no intention of going public in the future.
  • The companies that are expecting to have startup losses during the initial years of operation.

Now that you have understand all about the S corporation, let us more towards understanding the C corporations.

C Election Corporations

The C corporations have a very different tax rate as compared to the individuals. There are some cases where the C corporations pay less tax as compared to the individuals. Moreover, there are no limitations on the shareholders of the C corporations, and the shareholders can be any type of entity or live in any part of the world. This type of corporation is the most flexible one and is even recommended in a few cases.

The only thing about using a C corporation that would trouble you is the double taxation. In the S corporations, the losses and profits flow through the shareholders or the owners of the corporation. And all the taxation takes places at the individual level and not at the corporate level, eliminating the issue of double taxation.

In the C corporation, double taxation occurs when the company has the profits taxed initially after which the dividends are then paid out to the stockholders. These shareholders are then taxed again at a personal level.

Deferring or eliminating profits via a proper financial management would be able to cover this issue easily. Moreover, the double taxation becomes an issue with huge corporations that have many shareholders who want the profits to be distributed to them at the year-end of the corporation. In such cases, the owner can choose what to do with the profits at the end of the year.

In short, they can have a retirement plan that profits are distributed to on a tax-deferred basis, keep retained earnings (up to a maximum cap), pay bonuses (wages) which are tax-deductible to the corporation or pay the dividends to the shareholders (which is not recommended). The earnings that are held can be used for growing the company, buying another company, for the additional investments in equipment, advertising expenses, etc.

So, when the corporation holds the earnings, the profits earned by the corporation is taxed at the corporate level and is left in the corporation. And since it is not distributed to the owners, there isn’t any double taxation on the profits. In case the officers or the owners of the corporation need the money for any personal expenses, they can set up a retirement plan to expense as much from the corporation as possible or get paid a salary in the form of the year-end bonus.

As per the IRS, it is the obligation of the taxpayers to reduce their tax liability. Moreover, the IRS also says that a corporation can also deduct any company expense, so a low tax liability can be obtained by applying proper money management.

Below shared are some additional terms that need to be understood as well:

Private vs. Public Corporations

Moving ahead, let us now see what a public corporation is and what a private corporation is. A private corporation is the one in which the company’s ownership (or shares) is not put up for sale on any public market. On the other hand, a public corporation is a company that is registered with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) and has put up stocks for purchase in one of the major stock exchange markets. Examples of public corporations are IBM, AT&T, Facebook, etc.

Closely Held Corporation

A close group or a family owns a closely held corporation, and shares of this company cannot be sold outside the group or family. A corporation is said to be a closely held corporation on in case more than 50% of the value of the outstanding stocks are held indirectly or directly by five or fewer individuals at any time during the last half of the tax year.

To understand better, a corporation is closely held if all of the following apply:

  • It is not a personal service corporation.
  • It is not an S corporation.
  • In case more than 50% of the value of the outstanding stocks are held indirectly or directly by five or fewer individuals at any time during the last half of the tax year. (“Individual” here includes specific trusts and private foundations.)

For determining if five or fewer individuals own more than 50% of the stock value, you would need the help of an attorney or a tax professional.

Domestic Corporation

A domestic corporation is a company which is operated in the state in which it has been incorporated in. For instance, a corporation that is incorporated in Nevada and operates in the same state is a domestic corporation for Nevada.

Steps for incorporating your business in Nevada

Now that you are aware of all the types of corporations, what their differences are and what might be the right choice for you, here are some steps that you need to take for incorporating your company in Nevada:

Select a business name

Ensure that you choose a business name that related to your service, product, and business message. The name should also be easy to remember so that customers can easily locate your business. Moreover, you would need to check with the Nevada Secretary of State to see if no other company has taken the name. Check out our article or contact your Secretary of State to see the other naming limitations for your Nevada corporation.

Appoint and/or recruit directors/officers for your corporation

For this, the Nevada Corporation requirements are:

  • A Nevada corporation should have at least one or more directors.
  • The director/s have to be at least 18 years old.
  • The director can be from any part of the world.
  • As per the Nevada corporation rules, the director’s names and addresses have to be mentioned on the Articles of Incorporation. (The officer’s names and addresses are not needed.)

Register your Corporation & File for the Incorporation

You would have to register your company and incorporate it to get the Articles of Incorporation for corporations from the Nevada Secretary of State.

Business License and annual report requirements

It is essential to file the Annual List of Directors/Officers and file for the Business License for your Nevada corporation as soon as the company gets incorporated. The filing fee for the Annual list is $150 and $500 for the business license registration.

Get any needed business permits/licenses

Other than the business license, there are many other licenses or permits that you might need depending on the type of service or products you are offering. You would need to get the specific licenses before you can begin operating your business. Check out the Secretary of State for more detail

Get the EIN

In addition to the tax and regulatory obligations, you would also need a Federal tax identification number (EIN).

Additional Requirements

Based on the structure of your company, you would have to satisfy some other stated requirements like:

  • Opening a business bank account for all the business transactions.
  • Getting a physical address with a mailing address.
  • Business phone number.
  • Company employees working in the State of Nevada.

How can Inc Paradise help you?

If you have decided on the type of business entity that you want, and are ready to have it registered in Nevada, Inc Paradise can assist you with the registration and incorporation process. Other than that, IncParadise also offers mail-forwarding and virtual business address services.

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Nevada Business License

Date: 06/26/2018 | Category: | Author: Jakub Vele

Nevada Business License

Once you have made the decision to form an LLC or incorporate a new business in Nevada, one of the things you would require is a Nevada business license unless statutorily exempted. Where and how do you obtain a business license in the state of Nevada?

The filing and payment for State Business License for Nevada was initiated since October 1, 2009. The application for business license is processed by the Secretary of State’s office. Earlier Nevada business license authority was Department of Taxation but Pursuant to AB 146 passed by the 2009 Nevada Legislature, and codified in NRS Chapter 76 – the authority was transferred to the Secretary of State.

It is important to understand that the Nevada State law requires that every individual or entity preparing to conduct business in the state has to first obtain a business license, which has to be renewed annually.

Note: There are certain businesses that may be exempt from the State Business License requirement and you can find out from the office of the Secretary of State whether your business is exempted or not.

Do you need a Nevada Business License?

Nevada is considered as one of the dream jurisdiction in the United States for LLC’s and corporations and this is because it has flexible tax policies and a favorable business climate. There are several advantages of incorporating in Nevada and this is what makes the state a first choice for LLCs and businesses. Some of the advantages that you can benefit from include:

  • Nevada does not tax the income of state’s citizens and LLCs
  • It is not mandatory for directors, shareholders, and officers of an LLC in Nevada to be Nevada residents.
  • No Personal State tax
  • No Corporate State tax
  • No franchise tax on income
  • No unitary tax
  • No admissions tax
  • No estate tax or gift tax
  • Nevada is the only state in the USA that does not have a formal information-sharing agreement with the IRS
  • In Nevada, incorporation can take place without the need for any minimum initial capital

You will be able to benefit from the above advantages only when you plan to start a business in the state. In order to start a business or LLC in Nevada, you will require a Nevada State Business License, which is issued by the Secretary of State’s office. The filing and payment towards a company license was transferred on October 1, 2009 from the Nevada State Department of Taxation to the Secretary of State.

Whether you reside in Nevada or any other state, the moment you choose to start your business, you will require this license without which you will not be able to incorporate or form your LLC. It is important to get a complete understanding of the regulations of business license in Nevada as it will help you to ensure compliance with all licensing requirements.

If you require in-depth information regarding incorporation of business or formation of LLC in the state of Nevada, you can speak with one of our business experts or click on the incorporation page of the said state.

Getting a business license in Nevada

A State Business License is a mandatory requirement for starting a small business or corporation in Nevada and this license has to be renewed each year. There are specific types of organizations that are not required to obtain Nevada company license and this includes:

  • Government entities
  • Nonprofit religious entities
  • Charitable organizations
  • Fraternal organizations

In the state of Nevada, a nonprofit corporation that has been formed under NRS Chapter 82 as well as a Corporation formed under NRS Chapter 84 is automatically excluded from the requirement of obtaining a business license in Nevada.

Determine Type of Business

Business license required in the state of Nevada vary according to the type of business. Some of the business specific license categories include:

  • General License
  • Privileged License (valid for gaming and liquor)
  • Regulated License

In order to move ahead with the specific type of business license required in the state of Nevada, you need to identify the type of business and what your business offers. You can choose the type of business entity as an LLC, General Partnership, Corporation, or Sole Proprietorship. In the state of Nevada, more than 70% of small businesses start out as LLCs.

Once you have identified the type of business, we at, Inc. will help you obtain the right license for your business to become operational in the state.

County Business License

There are 8 counties in the state of Nevada and each county has their own format for business license in Nevada. Hence, it is extremely important to determine the city/county that your corporation, small business, or LLC will operate from. Some of the important aspects to be considered while applying for company license are:

  • The location as well as the type of business will determine whether you require a county license or a city license as well.
  • If you are planning to operate your business from several jurisdictions within a single county you will be required to obtain a city license from each of the jurisdictions.
  • The Nevada company license fee will vary according to the type of your business.
  • The company license fee will also vary according to the jurisdiction of your business.
  • You will also require special permits from Police, Health, Building, or Fire Departments prior to starting your business.
  • Separate permits will also be required for businesses catering to gaming, liquor, home occupation, and cosmetology among others.
  • Business license will have to be renewed each year. The renewal will be due on the last day of the anniversary month in which you had filed the license. As for partnerships and sole proprietorships (NT7), the Nevada Business License needs to be renewed on or prior to the expiration date mentioned on the license itself.

Obtaining a business license in Nevada County is not that demanding a process but it is important to ensure you apply for the license with the right authorities. If your entity is a corporation, an LLC, limited partnership or any other Title 7 entity, then the application for a Nevada state business license can be filed online or mailed or faxed to the Las Vegas or Carson City offices. The filings should be accompanied by specified state business licensing fees at the time of submission. Failure to obtain the right type of business license and permits can result in fines and even lead to premature closure of your LLC or Corporation.
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10 Simple Steps to Start a Small Business in Nevada

Date: 07/13/2018 | Category: | Author: Jakub Vele

10 Simple Steps to Start a Small Business in Nevada

Have you selected a place for starting your small business? If not, Nevada can be the right place for you. Check out what Nevada has to offer and why most of the companies love to start a new business over there to be sure that you are starting your business in the right place.

As a matter of fact, in Nevada, the cost of living is economical, plus it has a business-friendly tax climate and the high number of businesspeople in Nevada, makes this state one of the best states for starting a new business in comparison to any other state in the USA.

Nevada Business Facts

If you are having thoughts of opening a Nevada LLC, below shared are some of the business facts regarding Nevada LLC that would help you determine if your thoughts are right for your business.

  • Nevada is the seventh-largest state, and the federal government governs approximately 85% of the Nevada land.
  • Nevada is recognized as “The Silver State,” because of the importance of silver to its history and economy. During 1800, silver was so abundant in Nevada that prospectors directly excavated it off the ground.
  • Nevada is a great place to work without worrying much about the taxation. Nevada has no personal or state corporate income tax, no franchise tax for LLC or corporations, nor any business inventory tax.
  • In Nevada, about 30% of all small businesses are owned by women, an impressive 66,737 businesses statewide.
  • Nevada has more mountain ranges and hot springs than any other state in the US.
  • Nevada offers a tremendous degree of privacy to owners of the business who chartered there.
  • Nevada’s largest industry is gaming and tourism, owing mainly to the casinos, desert, cacti, and hotels.
  • Nevada ranks 33rd among U.S. states and territories by GDP (146,278 million USD).
  • Nevada is also remembered for Hoover Dam which is the most massive public works project ever initiated on the USA land.
  • Nevada is the best place for all the sorts of businesses and sets the stage for an enormous boom in the employment sector.

Now that you know a lot about Nevada and why this state is a great place to incorporate your business, below shared are the steps to start a Nevada LLC.

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Step 1: Planning of Business Idea

A business concept is a bridge between the business idea and the business plan. In fact, there is no business formula for writing a business plan, because every business idea is unique. Without having proper road-map for doing business in Nevada, your business plan is nothing more than an overnight dream.

If you feel that opening a business is a child’s play and its success is based entirely on luck and the chances you get, this is like playing poker even if you have no idea about the rules and probably might lose at the end. Opening a Nevada LLC is not a simple task, you need to put all your struggles, hard-boiled money, time and become a professional in your niche until you achieve the best and grow your business.

There’s one thing above all that increases your odds, and that’s professional business planning. So, write a business plan, get financial forecasts in proper line, nail your pitch, conduct thorough market research on the field and the demographics of potential clientele in order to make the business plan a virtual reality.

Step 2: Choose Legal Business structure and Incorporate it

By now, you are done with your research work on the business plan and with the market analysis. The next step is to select a business entity in order to start a business in Nevada. The legal business structure affects everything from how you are filing your taxes to how you are doing business.

The second thing which makes this step important is for registering your company in Nevada so that you can secure a brand name and protect your personal assets. There are four business entities from which you can choose as per the benefit offered by each and your needs. These four business entities include the corporation (C-Corporation, S-Corporation), LLC, Sole proprietorship, and partnerships.

But most of the business people prefer to form their business as an Nevada LLC because of its hybrid structure that has all the legal protections of a corporation and the tax benefits like that of a partnership. On the other hand, a corporation is a separate entity that has a legal business structure that includes officers, directors, and shareholders. This type of entity is preferable for the entrepreneurs who are looking to raise their substantial capital funds.

Step 3: Nevada Tax Obligations

The third step for starting a business in Nevada is to follow all the tax rules and regulations. As a matter of fact, Nevada does not impose any franchise tax, although it does collect modest fee along with LLC’s official reports. There is no personal or corporate income tax, and it also offers a tremendous degree of privacy to the owners of the company.

Along with this, owners of the Nevada LLC and shareholders of the corporation don’t need to identify them in front of the public record which is the game changer for many entrepreneurs. It also provides shelter from the prying eyes of the government, the unscrupulous creditors and frivolous litigation. However, it is vital to maintain the track records of your taxes, as it is a compliance requirement so that you wouldn’t expect anything wrong with your business.

Step 4: Obtain Permits and Licenses

After you have completed the initial tasks of opening a business, incorporating it and following the necessary tax obligations that authorizes your company to do business with easily in Nevada, the next step is to obtain the specific licenses and permits. These business licenses and permits are a part of initial and annual report filing in Nevada, making this step an important part of opening a Nevada LLC.

There many other permits and licenses that might apply to your business depending on the type of services or product that you are about to offer through your business. Check out the government website for learning more about the various permits and licenses as per the services/products offered by your company.

Step 5: Open Company Bank Accounts

Keeping your personal and business finances separate is not only a practical idea but it’s essential in order to stay away from any legal system problems. In fact, it is the one of the most natural step for starting a new business in Nevada. All you need to do is just search for the best banking institution which will assist you in boosting your finances.

There is a lot of competition in the banking market, but you have to choose the right bank institution for your Nevada LLC. Opening a separate bank account for your company will also help you in maintaining clear and accurate bookkeeping for your finances and in presenting a professional picture in front of the public record with more ease. Moreover, it will also provide your business with more credibility for both customers and creditors which is especially important when you are starting a Nevada LLC.

Step 6: Choose a Business Location

Setting up a place for your business entity is another critical point for starting a business in Nevada. Location decisions also have significant impacts on the costs and revenues. You need to think about your overall setup, location, and equipment, and make sure you are selecting the right place for your business according to the demands of your goods and services.

Of course, it’s not easy to pick up a location especially in Nevada, when there are astounding nightlife along with the tourism and gaming industries in Las Vegas. Nevertheless, areas around Reno and Carson City, with Phoenix and Salt Lake City and more importantly, Battle Mountain to the north makes the choices more complicated.

If you are not able to figure out the perfect place choice for your business entity, you can easily hire an expert firm such as the Inc Paradise for assisting you with preparing the permits and licenses for your Nevada LLC.

Step 7: Finances Your Business Structure

Since Nevada is a western U.S. state defined by its 24-hour casinos and entertainment for which its largest city, Las Vegas, is famed, it is well known for being economically strong. As a matter of fact, starting a small business does not require a lot of money, but you would still need some amount to open up the business due to the legal obligations that come from both the state and the federal government.

But you don’t need to worry about finances in Nevada since there are many banks and investors that can help you by providing capital to your business. Using the internet and networking with entrepreneurs in Nevada would help you find the right investors as per the requirements of your company.

Do a proper research work before applying to any business institution and investors because your goal is to work through the options and create a plan for setting up the capital you need to get your business off the ground.

Step 8: Design a Business Website

The next step is to give your brand a digital presence via a website. Although it can cost you a substantial amount of funds, investing in website design can generate an outstanding profit for your business.

Moreover, it helps to set apart your business from the competitors, and the logos usually identify it. It will also help you in establishing the credibility for your business. As it is the best and easiest way to reach your customers nowadays. Many customers now search for the online information before purchasing anything, and your site may get the first chance in making a good impression on buyers.

Step 9: Brand yourself and Advertise

Before starting a Nevada LLC, you need to start attracting customers and clients to your business. Your only real challenge is establishing real connections with your niche. You can choose any traditional and conventional way of marketing your products and services.

The very first thing that you should do is create a logo that will help people in identifying your brand. Moreover, it is advised to use the same logo to be consistent while using it across all the social media platforms, as well as on your website. Make sure to keep all the digital assets up-to-date with compelling content about your business and industry.

Step 10: Continue Learning & Stay Encouraged

In order to maintain your success, you need to embark all your dreams, time, struggle, and hard-earned money. If somehow you lose hope on half of the way, motivate yourself every day, or employ someone to do so, but you need this to keep you going and your business going as well.


So, once you have completed all these steps for starting a Nevada LLC, keep this thing in mind that success doesn’t happen overnight. You need to work hard for your company in order to increase the chances of your progress. Start with the plan you’ve created to work on your business consistently, as mistakes are going to happen, and you have to learn from them.

If you can learn from your mistakes and keep a balance in limiting your mistakes and moving forward as soon as possible, then you will become a sensation in no time. If you are ready with the business plan for starting Nevada LLC, contact Inc Paradise for the business registration and for incorporating your business.

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Nevada company name restrictions

Date: 07/06/2018 | Category: | Author: Jakub Vele

Nevada company name restrictions

Selecting a name for your business can be remarkably complicated. It is obvious that you would want a name that has an excellent flexibility to grow as your business expands, appeals to your audience and is also a name that your audience can remember easily when they want to find the company.

The moment you select a Nevada company name, you would have to ensure that there is no other person who has the same name that you have in mind. You would be able to file that name with the Nevada secretary of state as your Nevada company name only if there is no one else who has a similar name. You will find more details on how to apply and what names you should avoid for your LLC, as you move along.

Nevada Company Naming Rules

For your Nevada company name, you would have to think of a distinctive and original name that no one else has used or has a similar business name. Also, if you have decided to open the Limited Liability company, you would need to add the words “LLC” or “Limited Liability Company” at the end of the name.

The Nevada company name cannot have any term like “Accounting,” “Accountancy,” etc. unless and until the Nevada State Board of Accountancy approves that the business is a registered one under the provisions of Chapter 86 of the NRS (Nevada Revised Statutes). You would learn more about the other various name restrictions in the next section.

In addition to this, your Nevada company name cannot include many other names like “Bank” or “Trust” unless your business is not registered to provide the specific services related to the trust or the bank. The articles of organization should display this detail for the company about conducting such business type. Moreover, the company would need the approval of the Nevada Commissioner of Financial Institutions.

Additionally, your Nevada company name cannot have the words related to “Engineer,” unless and until the State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors approves that your company has the license to practice the engineering tasks under the state law and that the company is exempt from any prohibitions.

But the restrictions do not end here. There is a huge list of words that cannot be used for your Nevada company name that has been shared below in the next section.

Nevada Company Naming Detailed Restricted Word List

The use of certain words are restricted in the Nevada company name that has been filed with the Secretary of State as per the Title 7 of the Nevada Revised Statutes. It is vital to get approval from the respective agencies before you submit your Nevada company name documents to the Secretary of State for filing if it contains specific words, regardless of whether the word is “part” of a word or it stands alone.

In case you submit it before getting approval from the specific departments, these restricted words could cause the rejection of your Nevada company name and you may have to start the process all over again. Here is a list of Restricted Words for the company name by the Secretary of State that has been compiled for your convenience.

State Board of Architecture

The Nevada State Board of Architecture, Interior Design and Residential Design (NSBAIDRD) is a government organization that is established under the provisions of NRS Chapter 623. They are responsible for reviewing applications, regulating the professional practice of registrants, registering qualified applicants, and administering examinations related to architecture and design throughout the state.

The following names cannot be used in the Nevada company name without the approval of the State Board of Architecture. As per the NRS 78.045 & NRS Chapter 623, the following words fall under the restricted list of words:

  • Registered Residential Designer
  • Registered Interior Designer
  • Registered Interior Design
  • Residential Designer
  • Residential Design
  • Licensed Residential Designer
  • Registered Architect
  • Licensed Architect
  • Architecture
  • Architectural
  • Architect

Exception – Landscape Architecture or Landscape Architect

In case you want to contact them for approval for the use of any of the above words, you can call them on 775-688-2544 or 702-486-7300.

State Board of Education

The Nevada SBE has the duty of advocacy and visionary for the education system in Nevada. As per the NRS 78.045 & NRS Chapter 394, there are some words that cannot be used and will have to be approved by the Board before it is used in a name. The restricted words for your Nevada company name are:

  • University
  • Higher Education
  • College

In case you want to make use of any of these words, you can connect with the Secondary Education Board at 702-486-7330.

State Board of Accountancy

The Nevada State Board of Accountancy handles all the tasks related to the field for the government. From approving the certifications for various needs to taking care of the state’s accounting. But as per the NRS 78.045 & NRS Chapter 628, there are some words that your Nevada company name cannot have without the prior permission from the Nevada State Board of Accountancy. Here is the list of those words:

  • CPA
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • Auditing
  • Auditor
  • Accounting
  • Accountancy
  • Accountant

In case you want to make use of any of these words, then you can contact them at 775-786-0231 to find out the procedure for getting the approval for your Nevada company name with the above-restricted words.

Homeowners Associations – Ombudsman

The main aim of the Office of the Ombudsman is to offer a fair and neutral venue to help the homeowners to deal with the matters that might come up while living in the community. Other than that, they handle all the Homeowner’s affairs.

Under the rule of NRS 78.045 & NRS 116.31158, there are some words that come in the restricted list by the Homeowner Association, and cannot be used in your Nevada company name without the approval of the Ombudsman. These words are:

  • Property Owners
  • Unit-Owners Association
  • Master Association
  • Home Owners Association
  • HOA
  • Community Association
  • Common-Interest Community

In case you want to use any of the above-mentioned words in your Nevada company name, you would need to contact the Ombudsman, and you can contact the office on 702-486-4480.

Real Estate Division

The Nevada Real Estate Division (NRED) is responsible for all the real estate related issued in the state. And as per the NRS 78.045 & NRS Chapter 645, there are some words that cannot be used in your Nevada company name unless and until you are offering related services and you get the approval from the NRED before submitting the name to the Secretary of State. Here are the words:

  • Realtor

In case you want to use the word for your Nevada company name, you can contact them at 775-687-4280.

State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors

The State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors manages the certifications, licensure, and practice of land surveyors-in-training, engineers-in-training, land surveyors, engineers and companies offering professional land surveying and engineering services in the State of Nevada. As per the NRS 78.045 & NRS Chapter 625, the list of the restricted words are:

  • Engineering
  • Licensed Engineer
  • Engineered
  • Professional Engineer
  • Engineer

In case you want to use any of the given words for your Nevada company name, you would need the approval from the State Board of Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors first. For that, you can contact them on 775-688-1231.

Insurance Division

The Nevada Division of Insurance has the responsibility of maintaining the integrity of the insurance industry in the state of Nevada. And as per the NRS 78.045 & NRS Chapter 679, there are some words that you cannot use in your Nevada company name without the approval of the Nevada Division of Insurance. Here are those words:

  • “Bale”
  • Bounty Hunter
  • Bail Bondman/men
  • Fugitive Recovery
  • Bail Bonds
  • Bail
  • Surety
  • Life & Accident
  • Casualty
  • Underwriting
  • Risk Retention Group
  • Insurance
  • Annuity
  • Underwriter
  • Reinsurance
  • Indemnity
  • Adjuster

Should you want to use any of the above words for your Nevada company name, you would need the prior approval of the Nevada Insurance Division. You can contact them on 775-687-0700.

Division of Mortgage Lending

The Division of Mortgage Lending in Nevada is committed to growing and promoting Nevada’s non-depository mortgage lending and any other related industry. And under the NRS 78.045 & NRS Chapter 645B & NRS Chapter 645E, there are some words that cannot be used in your Nevada company unless it is approved by the Commissioner of Mortgage Lending. Those words are:

  • Mortgage Banking (Both Financial & Mortgage Lending Approval)
  • Mortgage
  • Financial

If you want to use any of these words, you can contact the Division of Mortgage Lending in Nevada at 775-684-7060 or visit their website at for more details.

Financial Institutions

The NFID, that is the Nevada Division of Financial Institutions within the Department is responsible for the supervisory control of almost all the financial services businesses operating in Nevada. And to use a restricted word related to the Financial institutions, you would have to get the approval from the Commissioner of Financial Institutions. As per the NRS 78.045 & NRS Chapter 659, the restricted words that you cannot use in your Nevada company name are:

  • Trust (NRS 669.095)
  • Collection Agency (NRS 676)
  • Debt Collection (NRS 676)
  • Credit Union (NRS 678.880)
  • Bancorp
  • Interbanking
  • Trustee
  • Bancor
  • Banco
  • Banking
  • Thrift
  • Banq
  • Bancard
  • Banker
  • Savings & Loan
  • Banque
  • Banc
  • Bank

In case you want to use any of the above words, you would need the approval of the Commissioner of Financial Institutions. You can contact them at 702-486-4120.


In short, ensure that the name you choose for your Nevada company name does not contain any of the restricted words. Otherwise get approval for the word from the desired organization before submitting it to the Secretary of State otherwise it would be rejected again.

Once you have decided on the name, you can check out its availability and contact Inc Paradise to have the name registered as well as the company incorporated. Contact us to know more!

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Should Business Owner Form Their Company As a Nevada LLC?

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Should Business Owner Form Their Company As a Nevada LLC?

Do you own a business in Nevada or are you thinking of forming a new business in Nevada, but you are not sure whether you should form your company as a Nevada LLC or not? Well, it is one of the most challenging decisions that every business owner has to face.

But do you know that over the past five years, Nevada LLCs seem to have become well-reputed in many respects? In fact, Nevada offers a wide range of benefits as a state of incorporation, including its relatively low corporate taxes, ease of registration, and lack of state taxes because of its business-friendly environment and strong policy protections.

Even though many businesses choose to incorporate their business in Delaware since the last couples of years, Nevada is still working to attract new businessmen to open up LLCs in the state with these three highlights:

  • Nevada LLC Privacy
  • Nevada LLC Cost
  • Nevada LLC Taxes

Advantages Of Forming Nevada LLC

As it is a universally acknowledged fact that every state has some guidelines to follow in order to form a new business over there, in the same way, there are some guidelines you must follow when you choose to form your business as Nevada LLC. But there are also some significant advantages with these guidelines and some of them are as follows:

No Business or Corporate Taxes

The most appealing factor of forming your business as Nevada LLC is its tax relaxation. Well, Nevada is enjoying the bonanza of tax returns from its gaming industries. Due to this, Nevada’s businesses enjoy some of the lowest state taxes as compared to any other place in the world.

Moreover, Nevada currently ranks fifth regarding the most favorable state for Taxes Foundation Tax climate system. In fact, as an LLC in Nevada, you would not need to pay a lot for running a business in this state. Along with this, Nevada is zero income tax state, and some of the other tax benefits are as follows:

  • Zero Stock Tax
  • Zero Corporate Tax
  • Zero Franchise Tax
  • Zero Admission Tax
  • Zero Tax on LLC Profits

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Highest Privacy Standard

The second healing for forming your business as Nevada LLC is its highest privacy standard. Unlike many other states, it provides the business owners, members, shareholders, as well as CEO a significant degree of privacy but this is not prolonged to other company officers and directors of Nevada business entities because they are the part of entity’s public record.

But, if the managers and directors don’t want to be the public face of the company, they can nominate a “nominee Director” or “Nominee manager” that will act as the public face of the company. In fact, this nominee doesn’t necessarily have an authoritative position in the company.

Hence, by following this idea while forming an LLC in Nevada, it will help you to add further anonymity for the owners who are associated with the companies. Naturally, this service is to be used for the legal and ethical purposes only.

Along with the same lines, Nevada LLC doesn’t require to file a list of members names with the state because Nevada doesn’t have an Information Sharing Agreement (ISA) with the IRS as Nevada is not afraid to boast with it. But the idea of the Information sharing agreement is to resist the abusive tax evasion.

And Nevada can participate in the agreements of IRS with other 33 states, but it would have no data to share with them just because Nevada doesn’t possess any corporate tax nor franchise tax. So, if you are still thinking for incorporating your business as a Nevada LLC, then you are moving on the right direction as Nevada LLC Policy is proving to be the game changer.

Flexible Profit Distribution

In limited liability companies, members are directed to their capital contributions. In other words, the number of assets or the capital that is contributed by their members is divided on the basis of their Operating Agreement.

For example, if you were a 50 percent owner, you would be entitled to receive 50 percent of the net profit that the LLC garnished each year.

But if you incorporate your business as Nevada LLC, there is no limit on the number of the members assigned. Moreover, there are also no rules and regulations on profit distribution agreements. So, if you are owning 10% of the capital and are receiving 80% of the profits from LLC, in that case, you have 100% control over the company. Unlike an ordinary partnership where the split is 50-50, Nevada LLC have much more flexibility as compared to other states.

No Personal Income Tax

If you have done with all your research work, then you would have come across with many states, where the owners have to pay federal and state tax as they possess the proportion of about 45%.

So, when you are considering to form an LLC, where the taxes go straight to the members, it is essential to review your state income tax in addition to the federal taxation rate. But you don’t need to worry, because Nevada does not impose any state income tax, so you can avoid this double taxation.

In fact, Nevada doesn’t impose any franchise tax, although it does collect a modest fee along with LLC list of the Officers as this tax includes assets, outstanding shares or personal income. In short, a franchise tax is a tax, that is paid for just being there as an entity and being the Nevada LLC residents you can easily avoid this extra taxation.

Privacy Allowed

As a matter of fact, Nevada doesn’t have an IAS(information agreement sharing) with the IRS. In fact, Nevada isn’t afraid to flaunt with it. But the work of IAS is to combat the avoidance of abusive tax. Well, Nevada doesn’t possess any franchise tax nor corporate tax, so it has nothing to share with other states.

So, this helps to create a red flag between the state and federal computer. Moreover, the Nevada LLC Policy also serves to protect business owners from aggressive attorneys, frivolous litigations, and unscrupulous creditors.

Significant Asset Protections

The next advantage of forming business as Nevada LLC is its significant asset protection. Well, starting a business is quite risky. As an owner, you might be liable if someone entreats your business. But in the state of Nevada, the liability is limited to the company only.

As an officer, shareholder, director or manager, you aren’t held responsible for the companies obligations unless you are a part of an outright fraud. Moreover, Nevada does not require a list of company-held assets. Therefore, you have no public records of assets linked to your company except for what you file with the (IRS).

So, you must be curious after knowing the advantages of forming your business as Nevada LLC and must be willing to incorporate your business over there. But confused, how much it will take in setting up the company and what will be cost structure and is there any need of a registered agent. Don’t get worried. Below mentioned are some of the facts about establishing your business in Nevada as LLC.

How Long Does it Take to Set Up a business as Nevada LLC

Basically, the turnaround time for forming a Nevada LLC is about 10-15 days. But if you want to complete all the work within 3-6 business days, you can contact to Incparadise for completing all the documentation process and submitting it to the Nevada Secretary of State without any hassle! As a matter of fact, the online filing process for setting up the business is fast.

If you need the filing completed quickly, contact us as soon as possible. Our fee is about $89 for the process of incorporation and $89 for the registered agent service along with the state fees. But for setting up your business in Nevada, you also require other formalities such as-

Business License Requirements

If you are considering to form a business as Nevada LLC, then you must meet the local and state requirements in order to get the business license. And if you are incorporating your business in a particular sector, then you need to apply for an additional number of permits or licenses.

Hence below mentioned are some of the lists of business licenses in Nevada:

  • Commercial vehicle license
  • Vehicle disposal license
  • Liquor license
  • Retail permit
  • Sales/use tax license
  • Motor vehicle dealer license
  • Special fuel license
  • Local Health Department license
  • Food service license
  • Cigarette wholesaler license
  • Wholesale permit
  • General contractor’s license
  • Bulk deal license

Are you thinking of forming your business as Nevada LLC for a particular activity? Well, in that case, you are expected to take various types of business permits such as:

  • Non-Wyoming Businesses
  • Transportation
  • Construction Contractors
  • Fire Prevention
  • Wholesale and Retail Sales
  • Consumer Credit
  • Public Land
  • Wildlife
  • Agriculture
  • Insurance
  • Service Establishments
  • Environmental Protection
  • Large-Scale Projects
  • Foreign Corporations

Remember that Nevada doesn’t provide statewide general business permits or licenses. In fact, the licenses or permits of a particular business are directed by the industries and professionals or even by the place of your limited liability company.

Business Name Requirements

So, are you done with all the plans and research work and more importantly, with the business licenses or permits for your dream business? And now are you looking to finalize a name for your corporation? Well, just keep in mind the few important things before finalizing the name for your entity.

The first and foremost requirement that a Nevada LLC possess regarding the names is that it can’t be confusing with any other fictitious names, trademark names, reserved names or organisation names.

And if you register your company with Incparadise, we will help you in checking the availability of your designed name that matches the Nevanda’s standards. As a matter of fact, all the Nevada LLC names need the approved designations from the state that includes:

  • Limited Liability Company
  • LC
  • LLC
  • L.L.C.
  • Limited Company
  • Limited Liability Co.
  • LTD. Liability Company
  • Ltd. Liability Co.
  • L.C.

More importantly, there are also some restrictions on the usage of the certain words in the LLC names in Nevanda, which means they required the special approval by the state and these include:

  • University
  • Bank
  • Trust
  • College
  • Bank
  • School

Nevada Obligations

Even after forming your business as Nevada LLC, you need to undertake certain number of steps to keep the business in compliance. In fact, these steps will also help you in preserving the limited liability as an LLC provides its owners. Below shared are the ongoing fees and taxation requirements for Nevada LLCs that you need to follow:

Annual Report

Nevada requires to file an annual lists of business licenses and of the managers or members of the entity by the last day of the month on which the LLC’s incorporation anniversary is marked. The cost of filing is $200 for the business license registration and $150 for the Annual List.


As a matter of fact, Nevada is virtually a tax free state, but if you are residing in Nevada and operating your business here, you may still be subject to pay the state’s requirements fees as it will depend upon the way of your financial and legal affairs are organized.


Federal tax identification number (EIN) is needed is you want to hire employees in your company. Moreover, if you are seeking to open a business bank account, you would also need the EIN for this.

State Tax Identification Number

Unlike other states, Nevada requires a state tax identification number for setting up your business as Nevada LLC.

But now the question arises, while setting up a company in Nevada that – do we actually need a registered agent? Well, the next section would give you the exact idea.

Is a Registered Agent Required While Forming your company as Nevada LLC?

If you are living in another state and own a business in Nevada, it is always advisable for all the entrepreneurs to hire a registered agent in order to complete all the documentation and to accept all the service of process.

But somehow, if you are not able to keep a registered agent while setting up your company in Nevada; the result may occur in the dissolution of the business entity. Hence, there are a plethora of reasons why you should hire a registered agent in Nevada. The below explanation would give you a much clearer idea.

Role of a Nevada Registered Agent

  • If in any case, your business is running at the risk of being dissolved for delinquent annual reports, the registered agent will help you in assisting all the documents accurately.
  • The registered agent will receive all the legal notices of your company without any delay.
  • Even the registered agent is expected to maintain the up-to-date information or documents of your companies, and they will also represent you on the on-site address of Nevada.

Cost To Start Nevada LLC

As a matter of fact, every business entity needs to hire a registered agent for setting up their business as Nevada LLC. In fact, there are plenty of the options available for you to choose the best-registered agent. But if you choose Inc Paradise as your registered agent, then you must know about our fees cost structure:

  • The fee is $200 for the business license registration.
  • Nevada State fees $150 plus $89 for our service fees.
  • Nevada Apostille is $20, and our price is $15, so the total cost becomes $35.
  • In fact, the first LLC Organizational Meeting would cost you only $20.
  • So, if you are thinking to ship the article via email, it doesn’t cost you anything, whereas international courier will cost you about $80.
  • And if you choose our Nevada address for your mailing process and corporation filing, you need to sign up for mail forwarding with us. And the best part is- it is FREE-OF-COST.
  • In fact, you can also see our other plans at the order form.
  • Hence, the total cost of setting your company as Nevada LLC comes out to be approx $554.

The cost to Incorporate in Nevada per year

The State fees for an annual list is $150.00 for LLC and the cost to incorporate a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in Nevada according to NRS 86 for both domestic as well as foreign LLC’s is $589. More importantly, you can also apply online for renewing process immediately and it is our duty to remind you to file your Nevada annual report each year.


So, now that you know all the Nevada LLC policies, costs, and taxes, you must be willing to form your business as a Nevada LLC due to its numerous advantages. Well, it a fabulous option for those who are looking for the same which would offer you strong asset protections and cost efficiency. As a matter of fact, the final decision of incorporation is always depended upon your specific situation and what kind of business activity you are willing to do.

So, make up your mind, and if you are ready in setting up your business as Nevada LLC, Inc Paradise is here to assist you in completing all the documentation quickly and economically. We will also serve you in the long-term run and will help you in analyzing your current situation as you are not under any kind of commitments and you don’t have to pay anything till you place your order!

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