Open a Company in Delaware
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Opening a company in Delaware requires some advanced preparation, but that doesn't mean it has to be difficult!
- This information is intended to familiarize you with the process of opening a new company in Delaware, in other words, how to form a Delaware LLC or corporation.
- DBI can help with every step of this process. In fact, for a small processing fee, we'll do most of the work for you!
- When this process is complete, the new company is granted an official charter authorizing it to operate as a business in the state where it registered, enabling it to transact interstate business in the US, and to be recognized as a business entity in foreign countries.
Selecting to Open Your Company in Delaware
- You have most likely already heard about the advantages of opening your company in Delaware.
- Over 1,200,0000 have chosen Delaware as their corporate home. This includes U.S. based and offshore companies as well.
- Over 50% of the companies traded on the New York Stock Exchange are incorporated in Delaware. And 60% of Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware. Delaware is popular for many reasons.
- Although we specialize in registering Delaware charters, our Incorporation Specialists are experienced in performing registrations and business filings in all 50 US States. We would be happy to provide you with a quote for incorporation service if you are thinking of chartering you new Corporation or LLC in your home state.
Selecting an Entity Type
- The next thing to consider is the type of entity you want your company to be.
- Stock Corporations, close corporations, limited liability companies, series LLC, Limited Partnerships and Sole Proprietorships are all examples of different entity types.
- We are going to use the word "company" and "entity" interchangeably.
- The deciding factors are usually: the type of liability protection, the method of taxation, and the complexity of administration.
Selecting a Name
- Before we register your new Corporate charter or LLC charter, DBI will check to see if the name you would like for your new company is available in Delaware (and/or any other state).
- You may request a Name Availability Check for up to three proposed names by submitting a request or contacting an Incorporation Specialist; there is no charge for this service.
- We strongly caution you against registering a domain name, applying for a Tax Id or submitting an application for a business license before it has been determined that the name you desire is available in the state(s) in which you intend to register.
Employer Identification Number (EIN)
- An employer identification number is issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). DBI an assist you with this.
- When opening a bank account, you'll be asked for an Employer Identification Number. This is required for U.S. bank accounts regardless of whether the company will actually have any employees or not. The other documentation requirements vary by bank and by location.
- Another reason to have an EIN number is if you plan on hiring any employees.
- We can obtain your EIN number for you quickly and for a small processing fee.
Included in all incorporating services:
- Company Name Check Verification & Availability
- Preparation & Filing of Articles of Formation
- Same Business Day Processing
- Registered Agent (1st Year FREE)
- Email Reminders & Alerts
- Lifetime Customer Support
Start Your Business Today for Only $50.00 Plus State Filing Fees.