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PLUS GET A INSTANT $50 DISCOUNT on Registered Agent Service & Unlimited Legal and Strategic Business Advice - ONLY $89.95
Incorporate with our firm today, and we will include our General Counsel Club & Registered Agent Service with an instant $50 discount! Simply place an order online and then select the GCC Service from our list of additional services. This discount is also available to you if you select our General Counsel Club along with a Trademark, Copyright, Trade Dress, Trust, Will, or other services.

Select our General Counsel Club & Registered Agent Service at the time of ordering your corporation and receive an additional one month Bonus – so that your first year of service will cover 13 months PLUS take a $50 discount, so you pay only $89.95 for the first 13 months of service. You get unlimited telephone consultations all year long on matters relating to legal and strategic business advice. Plus our firm will prepare the Notice and Minutes of your corporation’s Annual Meeting of Shareholders or Directors; our firm will comply with all statutes and applicable laws relating to your corporation’s Registered Agent & Registered Office; our firm will review all mandatory State corporation filing documents as required by the Secretary of State; our firm will act as your corporation's General Counsel; you will receive our firm’s newsletter, "Entrepreneur’s Alert®", which is published six times a year and provides valuable insight into running your business from a legal and business point of view. More Information.

Our firm will comply with all statutes and applicable laws relating to your corporation’s Registered Agent & Registered Office. Be aware that when Spiegel & Utrera, P.A. serves as your General Counsel, Registered Agent and Registered Office, the Attorney-Client Privilege is in effect. What does this mean? For example, let’s say Spiegel & Utrera, P.A. receives a subpoena to produce information about the formation of your Corporation, LLC, Partnership or Trust because of alimony, child support, bankruptcy, debt collection, foreclosure, IRS, tax collection, government enforcement action, criminal matter or anything else,
Spiegel & Utrera, P.A. is duty bound NOT TO DISCLOSE any information contained in any client communications whether oral or written. That includes any order for a Corporation, LLC, Partnership or Trust and any communications, whether from you or Spiegel & Utrera, P.A. Communications between an attorney and client are privileged from disclosures and such attorney-client privileged information will not be disclosed. See Upjohn Co. v. United States, 449 U.S. 383 (1981). The attorney-client privilege recognizes that sound legal advice or advocacy serves public ends and that such advice or advocacy depends upon the lawyer being fully informed by the client. Trammel v. United States, 445 U.S. 40, 51, 100 S.Ct. 906,913, 63 L.Ed.2d 186 (1980). Further, the attorney-client privilege applies indefinitely and termination of attorney-client relationship does not terminate the attorney-client privilege. Swidler & Berlin v. United States, 524 U.S. 399 (1998). This is powerful legal precedent to have working for you and you can only obtain it from a lawyer. A non-lawyer Registered Agent or Registered Office service does not offer this valuable confidentiality protection.

Seven Powerful Reasons to Incorporate or Organize an LLC

There are many advantages to incorporate or to organize an LLC. When you incorporate or organize an LLC, you are protecting yourself from personal liability. You will also be able to immediately take advantage of the tax system. Incorporating or organizing and LLC enables you to make use of a marketing framework and this in turn makes it a lot easier to raise capital & establish corporate credit. A Corporation or LLC may also take advantage of state laws that grant it more privacy. Certain states allow a Corporation or an LLC to be set up such that the shareholders, owners or members remain anonymous, and many times, the same anonymity can be accomplished for officers, directors or operating managers. In most states, the officers, directors and operating managers of a company are disclosed, however, shareholders, owners and members remain anonymous. Finally, a corporate or LLC structure can result in an easier transfer of ownership when it comes to various assets. We will now discuss these individual advantages on a more detailed basis.

Let us begin with the most important reason to incorporate or organize an LLC - that is to protect yourself from personal liability. When you incorporate or organize an LLC, you are forming a legal entity that is separate from yourself as an individual. The Corporation or LLC has powers vested upon it that allows it to make all the decisions that an individual may make. For example, the Corporation or LLC may enter into leases, the Corporation or LLC may borrow money, it may buy goods and services on credit, and in all cases you are not personally liable for the transaction. If a problem arises, the only recourse would be against the Corporation or LLC, similarly, if anyone were to ever file a lawsuit for an action arising out of the business of the Corporation or LLC, that party would not be able to go after your personal assets such as your home, or car or boat etc., as long as you comply with the formalities of a Corporation or LLC. Therefore you have the peace of mind knowing that your personal assets are safe.

The second area we mentioned dealt with tax advantages. In a corporate or LLC structure you can take what otherwise would be non-deductible personal expenses and turn them into legitimate deductible business expenses. In this area there is really no limit as to what you can accomplish with a little creativity. For example, it is well within reasonable grounds to have your annual corporate meeting of shareholders, directors or members in a far away "resort city" and deduct the expenses as a corporate expense. 

Weekly meetings between a husband and wife as officers or directors of the Corporation or operating managers or members of an LLC, for example, at a restaurant, are deductible as a Corporate or LLC expense as long as the principle purpose of the meeting relates to the affairs of the Corporation or LLC. If the Corporation or LLC requires the use of your automobile, you can set up a vehicle lease and deduct that as a Corporate or LLC business expense. The same principle applies if you use part of your residence for business purposes. The Corporation or LLC is allowed to pay rent on the portion used and subsequently deduct it as a business expense. S Corporations and LLC’s allow losses of the Corporation or LLC to flow directly to the owners thus creating a deduction against the ordinary income of an owner form other sources, on the owners annual tax return. Although many business deductions are also available to sole proprietors, a major drawback is that the IRS Form 1040 and Schedule C (Profits or Loss From a Business) is the target of many IRS audits, however, compare this to the audit rates of similar businesses that have incorporated or organized LLCs and the audit rate is almost NIL. We have actually incorporated clients that have faced an audit as a sole proprietorship. These people decided to take advantage of the corporate structure aftertheir audit. Do not let that happen to you.

Incorporating or forming an LLC enables you to make use of a marketing framework. You have the ability to hold the business out to the public as a Corporation or LLC. Corporations are usually viewed as bigger and more powerful operations than say "John Doe down the street". This is particularly useful when you are trying to attract investors and raise capital so that your company grows. The fact that your business is recognized as a Corporation or LLC gives it immediate credibility in the eyes of potential venture capitalists and other providers of funds. This also holds true for establishing or reestablishing credit. If you have had prior credit problems on a personal level, it will not prevent you from establishing good corporate credit once you have completed the incorporation or organizing process.

The issue of privacy is also a great advantage to incorporating or organizing. In most states, the shareholders of a Corporation or members of an LLC are not disclosed and therefore are not public record. It is possible to set up your Corporation or LLC in such a way that your involvement in the company is never revealed. This does not hold true if you are filing an assumed name or DBA as a sole proprietor or partnership, wherein the names of the parties are disclosed on the assumed name or fictitious business name statement.

The final benefit of incorporating, that we will discuss, deals with the ease of transfer of ownership when it comes to assets owned by the Corporation or LLC. For example, if you own real estate, by putting it into the Corporation or LLC not only do you protect that asset from your personal creditors but if you needed to transfer that property to someone else, you could do so simply through a private agreement such as a stock transfer agreement, rather than go through a formal real estate closing. The stock transfer agreement would transfer ownership interest in the Corporation or LLC from you, to the person you are transferring to, and since the real estate is already a corporate asset, you are effectively transferring your interest in that as well.


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There are many benefits to starting a business and incorporating. Some of the benefits of starting a business include protection of your personal assets, ease of raising capital, gain anonymity, available tax benefits and more!

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