Limited Liability Corporation Setup

Whether you are beginning a new business or incorporating a business already in existence, you have to understand the state requirements for LLC formation.

We help you form and start an LLC (Limited Liability Company/Corporation) setup in California which can be a relatively quick and easy process by availing our services. We will charge a minimal amount to obtain federal ID (EIN) for you to file an LLC service in California.

The Fee Structure
Processing of Articles of Organization (LLC Form-1) of a Limited Liability Company - Fee $ 70.00
Processing of Statement of Information (LLC Form-12) of a Limited Liability Company - Fee $ 20.00
This can be paid in cash, check or money order.

Requirements for the Articles of Organization
The document required to form an LLC in California is called the Articles of Organization.
California's requirements include:

Registered agent
The name and address of a registered agent with a physical address in California must be enrolled by LLCs, who must be available during normal business hours to receive important legal and tax documents for the business.

Requirements for the Articles of Incorporation
The document required to form a corporation in California is called the Articles of Incorporation.
California's requirements include:

Registered agent
The name and address of a registered agent with a physical address in California must be enrolled by LLCs, who must be available during normal business hours to receive important legal and tax documents for the business.

Officers
Officer names and addresses are not required to be recorded in the Articles of Incorporation.

Stock
Authorized shares and par value must be recorded in the Articles of Incorporation.

LLCs as Corporation

An LLC is great for small businesses having a limited liability protection under Civil Law, but they also want nominal officialism and paperwork. For California income tax purposes, an LLC will be restricted to a partnership if it has more than one proprietor and will be conducted as a disregarded entity if it has only one member. However, an LLC is allowed to designate (taxed) as a corporation.
To be taxed as a corporation, the LLC files an election on Federal Form 8832, Entity Classification Election, with the Internal Revenue Service. California coordinates with the federal entity classification "check-the-box regulations" that allow an LLC to accept to be taxed as a corporation.

Corporation Setup Services
File an LLC service in California in a rather simpler and faster way with our corporation setup services

Registration:
An LLC is formed by filing Articles of Organization and Statement of Information with the California Secretary of State prior to conducting business that our corporation setup services assist you in by drafting and registering LLC setup in California.

The LLC members must participate in formal, written (or verbal) agreement either before or after filing articles of organization.
A husband and wife possessing an LLC may choose to be treated as a partnership or a disregarded entity.
Approximately all the members are secured from individual liability for debts and obligations of the LLC.
LLCs do not pay income tax but they are subject to the $800 annual tax and a fee.
All LLCs categorized as corporations that organize in California, register in California, conduct business in California, or receive California source income, must file California Form 100.
The California Form 100 must be filed by the 15th day of the 3rd month after the close of the LLC’s taxable year.

Instructions on estimated payments
If the Limited Liability Corporation files Form 100 or Form 100S, the following estimated tax guidelines apply.
• A payment of estimated tax shall be in four installments.
• Installments are due and payable on April 15, June 15, September 15, and December 15 of the calendar year.
• Corporations complete Form 100-ES to report their estimated taxes.
• Members should make estimated tax payments for their own reporting purposes also.

Limited Liability Corporation Setup

Whether you are beginning a new business or incorporating a business already in existence, you have to understand the state requirements for LLC formation.

We help you form and start an LLC (Limited Liability Company/Corporation) setup in California which can be a relatively quick and easy process by availing our services. We will charge a minimal amount to obtain federal ID (EIN) for you to file an LLC service in California.

The Fee Structure

Processing of Articles of Organization (LLC Form-1) of a Limited Liability Company - Fee $ 70.00
Processing of Statement of Information (LLC Form-12) of a Limited Liability Company - Fee $ 20.00
This can be paid in cash, check or money order.

Requirements for the Articles of Organization

The document required to form an LLC in California is called the Articles of Organization.

California's requirements include:

Registered agent

The name and address of a registered agent with a physical address in California must be enrolled by LLCs, who must be available during normal business hours to receive important legal and tax documents for the business.

Requirements for the Articles of Incorporation

The document required to form a corporation in California is called the Articles of Incorporation.

California's requirements include:

Registered agent

The name and address of a registered agent with a physical address in California must be enrolled by LLCs, who must be available during normal business hours to receive important legal and tax documents for the business.

Officers

Officer names and addresses are not required to be recorded in the Articles of Incorporation.

Stock

Authorized shares and par value must be recorded in the Articles of Incorporation.

LLCs as Corporation

An LLC is great for small businesses having a limited liability protection under Civil Law, but they also want nominal officialism and paperwork. For California income tax purposes, an LLC will be restricted to a partnership if it has more than one proprietor and will be conducted as a disregarded entity if it has only one member. However, an LLC is allowed to designate (taxed) as a corporation.

To be taxed as a corporation, the LLC files an election on Federal Form 8832, Entity Classification Election, with the Internal Revenue Service. California coordinates with the federal entity classification "check-the-box regulations" that allow an LLC to accept to be taxed as a corporation.

Corporation Setup Services

File an LLC service in California in a rather simpler and faster way with our corporation setup services

Registration:

An LLC is formed by filing Articles of Organization and Statement of Information with the California Secretary of State prior to conducting business that our corporation setup services assist you in by drafting and registering LLC setup in California.

The LLC members must participate in formal, written (or verbal) agreement either before or after filing articles of organization.

A husband and wife possessing an LLC may choose to be treated as a partnership or a disregarded entity.

Approximately all the members are secured from individual liability for debts and obligations of the LLC.

LLCs do not pay income tax but they are subject to the $800 annual tax and a fee.

All LLCs categorized as corporations that organize in California, register in California, conduct business in California, or receive California source income, must file California Form 100.

The California Form 100 must be filed by the 15th day of the 3rd month after the close of the LLC’s taxable year.

Instructions on estimated payments

If the Limited Liability Corporation files Form 100 or Form 100S, the following estimated tax guidelines apply.

  • A payment of estimated tax shall be in four installments.
  • Installments are due and payable on April 15, June 15, September 15, and December 15 of the calendar year.
  • Corporations complete Form 100-ES to report their estimated taxes.
  • Members should make estimated tax payments for their own reporting purposes also.

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