nevada-corporation

Why Form a Nevada Corporation?

A corporation is an artificial "person," completely separate from the people who own and operate it. That is different from an individual sole proprietorship or partnership, where the owner(s)/partners bear full and complete financial responsibility for his/their actions.

Form a “C” Corporation in Nevada

Because it is an independent entity, a corporation's debts and taxes are separate from those of its shareholders, officers and directors.

Form an “S” Corporation in Nevada

A corporation provides individuals, whether in business, salaried or on commission, with the greatest personal liability protection. A state of Nevada corporation also provides tax exemption.

Set Up Your Nevada Corporate Headquarters Today

While it is possible to incorporate in any state, Nevada offers compelling incentives and advantages over other U.S. states.

Nevada is a profoundly pro-business state with statutes designed to attract corporations by protecting privacy, providing a virtually tax-free environment, and exempting officers and shareholders from personal liability for corporate activities. Moreover, a state of Nevada corporation has minimal reporting and disclosure requirements with no requirement for the names of the stockholders to be a public record.

Nevada is the only state that provides a corporate law that comprises an ideal entity for asset protection, reduced taxes and privacy, explaining the prevalence of Nevada corporate headquarters.

While there are many reasons and justifications for incorporating, there are three primary motivations that are paramount in most decisions to form a “C” corporation in Nevada or to form an “S” corporation in Nevada:


. Asset Protection
We live in litigious times, in a society where contingency-fee attorneys
file thousands of lawsuits whose sole purpose is to seize assets which may have taken a lifetime to acquire. Nine out of ten lawsuits in the world are filed in the United States with a new suit being filed every 30 seconds. If you own a business or practice a profession, you have a one-in-three chance of being named a defendant in a lawsuit in the next year.

. Reduced Taxes
Corporations are taxed at a lower rate than sole proprietorships and partnerships. They also can provide significant tax saving through various strategies not available to other business forms.

. Privacy
With identity theft on the rise and personal information databanks (Information Brokers) selling your buying habits, ownership records, medical history, driver's license number, and even your social security number, Americans are experiencing a rapid erosion of their privacy or anonymity. Asset seizures are at an all time high.

While it is possible to incorporate in any state, Nevada offers compelling incentives and advantages over other U.S. states.

Nevada is a profoundly pro-business state with statues designed to attract corporations by protecting privacy, providing a virtually tax-free environment, and exempting officers and shareholders from personal liability for corporate activities. Moreover, Nevada has minimal reporting and disclosure requirements with no requirement for the names of the stockholders to be a public record.

Nevada is the only state that provides all the essential elements in its corporate law that comprises an ideal entity for asset protection, reduced taxes and privacy.

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BALLINPHORT CORPORATION
8550 W. Charleston Blvd.
Suite 102-105
Las Vegas, NV 89117

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Toll Free: 866-842-1212
Direct: 702-233-1703
Fax: 702-233-3924

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  • No Corporate Income Tax
  • No Taxes on Corporate Shares
  • No Franchise Tax
  • No Personal Income Tax
  • No I.R.S. Information Sharing Agreement
  • Nominal Annual Fees
  • Minimal Reporting and Disclosure Requirements
  • Stockholders are not Public Record
  • Bearer Shares Allowed for Nevada Corporations

1. Stockholders, directors and officers need not live or hold meetings in Nevada, or even be U.S. Citizens;

2. Directors need not be Stockholders;

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Officers and directors of a Nevada corporation can be protected from personal liability for lawful acts of the corporation;

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Nevada corporations may purchase, hold, sell or transfer its own stock;

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Nevada corporations may issue stock for capital, services, personal property, or real estate, including leases and options. The directors may determine the value of any of these transactions, and their decision is final.

Nevada corporations provide the highest level of privacy and asset protection available without leaving the country. We consider Nevada the only state that provides all the required elements necessary to protect your privacy and ensure adequate domestic protection of your assets.

Ballinphort offers a full range of services to support your Nevada Corporation including mail services, bank account opening, resident agent services, corporate nominees, corporate minutes and records services and our Nevada Corporate Base program. We can also coordinate your Nevada Corporation or limited liability company with your offshore international business company, trusts, and foundations.

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