Provincial Incorporation

C$99+ province fees
  • A La Carte Pricing – Select Options As Needed
  • Unlimited Support – Phone, Chat, Email
  • Turnaround in minutes (varies by province)
  • Province Filing Fees Vary
  • 24/7 Document Access (Official PDFs)

Federal Incorporation

C$99+ federal fees
  • A La Carte Pricing – Select Options As Needed
  • Unlimited Support – Phone, Chat, Email
  • 24-48 Hour Turnaround
  • 24/7 Document Access (Official PDFs)
  • C$299 total with C$200 Federal Filing Fee

Start/Apply your online business incorporation and Start a S-Corporation now the right way. – Call at 877-394-6299

Incorporating allows the business owner(s) to separate and protect their personal assets in case of a lawsuit or claims against a business entity. In an properly managed and structured company, owners have limited liability for outstanding business debts and obligations. This is one of the primary benefits to incorporating. The process needed to form either a corporation or an LLC is similar to a partnership, without the need for excessive paperwork and fees.
Improved credibility. One major benefit of incorporating your business is the enhanced credibility of having an “Inc.” or “LLC” after your business name. This distinction gives your business with the instant credibility and authority associated with owning an incorporated company. Potential consumers, partners and vendors may be more inclined to do business with an incorporated company over one who is not.
Tax flexibility & Benefits. There are multiple tax advantages and benefits of incorporating a small business. Typically profit and losses are “passed-through” an LLC and get reported on the personal income tax returns of the owner. However, an LLC can also elect to be taxed as a corporation. Additionally, a corporation can avoid double taxation of corporate profits and dividends by electing Subchapter S tax status. We offer the S election service for both LLC’s and corporations for $99.

LLC’s are unique in that they have flexibility in how they operate and be taxed. For example, LLC’s can also be taxed as if it were an S Corporation. Members can even be foreign nationals or other companies, and there is no limit on the number of members.

Protection of your brand. In most states, other businesses may not file your exact corporate or LLC name in the same state. From a branding standpoint, this not only helps protect your company’s reputation from being diminished by or confused with another company bearing a similar sounding name, but strengthens your businesses in terms of brand identity and marketing efforts.
Because an LLC or corporation is a separate entity on its own, it, can apply for and build credit separately from the partners’ personal credit. This provides another great benefit to incorporating because it helps protects each owner’s or shareholders personal credit and makes bad personal credit less of an issue.
Although LLC’s are relatively new in many states of the US, they have been in operation overseas for over a century. Foreign investors are often more familiar and comfortable with the LLC structure. This can also be added to the benefits of a limited liability company. Also, because investing in an LLC is less imposing than bigger corporations, so they provide a great place for foreign investors to enter the U.S. market.

How it works:

1. Complete our online form

Get started on our easy step-by-step form, or call us at 877-394-6299. Our experts are here to consult with you and walk you through the form.

2. We file the documents

We prepare and file the necessary paperwork with your state government. Our experts review each application to ensure accurate and correct filings.

3. Receive approved articles.

Once approved, your articles of formation/incorporation will delivered to you via e-mail or physical mail (varies by state). That’s it!

Apply your online business incorporation – A limited liability company, also known as an “LLC,” is a flexible common business structure that combines the pass-through taxation of a partnership or sole proprietorship with the limited liability of a corporation.

They also have the flexibility of being taxed as a C-Corporation or S-Corporation.

Start a C-Corporation now – The C-corporation  is the standard corporation, while the S-corporation has elected a special tax status with the IRS.

C-corporation , under United States federal income tax law, refers to any corporation that is taxed separately from its owners. A C corporation is distinguished from an S-corporation, which generally is not taxed separately.

Start a S-Corporation now – The S-corporation is a corporation that has elected a special tax status with the IRS. It gets its name because it is defined in Subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code.

A C corporation, under United States federal income tax law, refers to any corporation that is taxed separately from its owners. A C corporation is distinguished from an S-corporation, which generally is not taxed separately.

Unlike sole proprietorships and partnerships, LLCs and corporations allow their owners to separate and protect their personal assets from business debts and liabilities. A sole proprietor or general partner remains personally liable for business obligations, leaving their home, car, and personal savings at risk.

In contrast, forming an LLC or corporation creates a business structure separate from its owners. In a properly formed and managed business, only business assets remain at risk in a judgment against the company. Owners can protect their personal savings and possessions from business debts.

Like a sole proprietorship or partnership, an LLC enjoys pass-through taxation. This means that owners (also known as “members”) report their share of profits or losses in the company on their individual tax returns. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) does not assess taxes on the company itself. This avoids the “double taxation” that general, or “C,” corporations experience.

In a C corporation, the IRS taxes profits at the corporate level and dividends at the shareholder level.

Both corporations and LLCs can choose to taxed as an S Corporation, which may offer additional tax benefits.  We offer the S election service for both LLC’s and corporations for $99.

Advantages of LLC

Limited Liability. Members are protected from personal liability for business decisions or actions of the LLC. This means that if the LLC incurs debt or is sued, members’ personal assets are usually exempt. This is similar to the liability protections afforded to shareholders of a corporation. Keep in mind that limited liability means “limited” liability – members are not necessarily shielded from wrongful acts, including those of their employees.

Less Recordkeeping. An LLC’s operational ease is one of its greatest advantages. Compared to an S-Corporation, there is less registration paperwork and there are smaller start-up costs.

Sharing of Profits. There are fewer restrictions on profit sharing within an LLC, as members distribute profits as they see fit. Members might contribute different proportions of capital and sweat equity. Consequently, it’s up to the members themselves to decide who has earned what percentage of the profits or losses.
Disadvantages of an LLC

Limited Life. In many states, when a member leaves an LLC, the business is dissolved and the members must fulfill all remaining legal and business obligations to close the business. The remaining members can decide if they want to start a new LLC or part ways. However, you can include provisions in your operating agreement to prolong the life of the LLC if a member decides to leave the business.

Self-Employment Taxes. Members of an LLC are considered self-employed and must pay the self-employment tax contributions towards Medicare and Social Security. The entire net income of the LLC is subject to this tax.

Yes, you can! We are happy to receive your legal documents and forward them to the person you designate as your legal contact. By creating your LLC online and using us as your registered agent, you are provided peace of mind. The registered agent services is $99 per year.
Nearly all states require LLCs and corporations to file annual reports or pay franchise taxes to maintain the company’s good standing. The Secretary of State may forward a renewal notice directly to your company or to your Registered Agent. Failure to file reports and pay franchise taxes by the state deadline can result in fines, notices, and the inability to conduct business.

State laws do not require LLCs to hold annual meetings or record meeting minutes. However, we recommend that LLCs update their records at least annually to reflect any changes in management or activities.

Almost all state, county, and local governments require LLCs to complete business license, permit, and tax registration applications before beginning to operate. Learn more about how our Business License Compliance Package can help your company.

Similar to an individual’s Social Security Number, a federal Employer Identification Number (EIN) identifies a business for tax purposes. Also called a Federal Tax ID, the EIN is issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

The IRS requires corporations, Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) operating as partnerships, and all employers to obtain an EIN. This number is used for all tax filings the business makes. Banks, lenders, and business partners may also request your EIN.

An EIN and a Federal Tax Identification Number are the same, just different terminology for the same number.

The IRS usually requires corporations and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) operating as partnerships to obtain an EIN. Any business that hires employees, including sole proprietorships and single-member LLCs, must also apply for an EIN.

Banks may require an EIN in order to open a business checking account. Also, you may need to list your EIN on business license, permit, and tax registration applications.

We can obtain an EIN for you for just $89. You can order it together when you incorporate through our website (click get started now). You can also order the EIN separately here.

C Corporations file IRS form 1120 to report corporate income to the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS taxes company profits at corporate tax rates and dividends paid to shareholders at individual tax rates. For this reason, you may hear tax professionals refer to “double taxation” of a C Corporation.

C Corporations can elect “pass-through” taxation by applying to the IRS for status as a Subchapter S Corporation. The S Corporation provides the same protection from personal liability. However, owners can report their share of profit and loss in the company on their individual tax returns. The S Corporation files IRS form 1120s to report income. Entities that have assets in excess of $10 million or file over 250 forms each year must file these s corp forms online.

S Corporations have a number of restrictions. Most notably, only U.S. citizens or permanent residents may own an S Corporation. An S Corporation may not have more than 100 shareholders.

A limited liability company is a hybrid type of legal structure that provides the limited liability features of a corporation and the tax efficiencies and operational flexibility of a partnership.

The owners of an LLC are referred to as members. Depending on the state, the members can consist of a single individual (one owner), two or more individuals, corporations or other LLCs.

Unlike shareholders in a corporation, LLCs are not taxed as a separate business entity. Instead, all profits and losses are passed through the business to each member of the LLC. LLC members report profits and losses on their personal federal tax returns, just like the owners of a partnership would.

We can can walk you through the process of your LLC formation either online or by telephone. Customers usually find our LLC formation services less expensive than those of an attorney.

It only takes about 10 minutes to fill out the online LLC application. You simply need to choose a business structure, state, and your company name. We take care of the rest.

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Why choose EZ Incorporate for your needs?

Get Approved or Your Money Back

Our experts review each application to make sure it is filed correctly.
Our experience ensures that your business name and application is approved. We ensure approval or your money back.

Fast Processing

We process and send out all applications within 24 hours of your order.
The processing time on the state’s side varies from state to state (usually 3-15 business days).We always complete our end within 24 hours.

Dedicated Lifetime Support

We provide phone, email, and live chat support to all our customers forever.
Got questions? Our support team works around the clock for you. We generally reply to all questions and inquiries same day.
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They resolved every question on the spot. If I knew what I was going to get before the order I would have gladly paid more it was that good.

Kevin Song, Dulcet Fashion Inc.
My business partner and I decided start an LLC with S corporation benefits and did not know the first thing about setting it up. After looking at the paperwork involved we were very unsure about doing it ourselves.

Thankfully we found EZ incorporate early on. They broke down the process into step by step pieces that were easy for us amateurs to understand.

Elmer Ramilo, R&E Electric
This is the most dependable and informative incorporation service out there.

No one else was willing to answer my 20 some questions and walk me through it step by step.

Go with EZ Inc. You’ll know you are in good hands after the first phone call

Henry F., Furealty LLC