Register and file your
C Corporation with us today in as little as 10 minutes.
At Parabellum Business Capital, we believe in transparency, efficiency, and professionalism.
Why Form a C Corporation?
C Corporation is a type of business structure that allows owners or shareholders to be taxed seperately from their entity. This type of model offers personal protection from lawsuits, and separates owners’ assets from that of the corporation.
Protect your assets from frivolous business lawsuits and debts. Owners often choose this entity type to avoid being personally liable from any wrongdoing that an employee or other shareholders do.
Although a C Corporation is not a pass through entity, which means that business profits can be subjected to double taxation, it nevertheless offers many tax breaks, unlike LLC, limited liability partnership, or even S Corporation.
As opposed to an LLC or an S Corporation, C Corporation offers unlimited owners (aka "shareholders".
More Attractive to Investors
C Corporation is a well respected business entity that often attracts investors. Owning shares in a C Corporation is considered preferable than owning shares in an S Corporation or an LLC membership.
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Register Your Business in 3 Easy Steps
Tell Us About Your Company
We ask you few questions to learn about your company. Incorporating your business is not complex, just 10 minutes of your time.
We File the Paperwork
Let our experts handle what they know best. We will prepare and file your documents with the Secretary of State directly.
Receive Your Documents
Our experts will follow up with the Secretary of State and once your company is incorporated, you will receive your documents.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
C Corporation is a type of entity that provides owners personal asset liability from creditors. It provides personal liability from frivolous lawsuits.
Unlike an S Corporation, which can only have 100 shareholders, a C Corporation can have unlimited number of owners and multiple classes of stock.
One of the main differences between the two entities is how they are taxed. C Corporation income is taxed twice, the business will pay taxes on its net income, and the shareholders will pay taxes of their income, profit. Whereas in an S Corporation, only the shareholders pay taxes on received profits.
Yes, states require you to appoint a registered agent when filing for Articles of Incorporation. If you are doing business in any other state outside of your home state, then you need to appoint a registered agent who can accept legal documents on your behalf. If you are doing business in more than one state, then you must appoint a registered agent in each state. Additionally, it is very important that you notify the state when there are any changes of regisred agent.
Any time there are changes in your business, such as business structure, business address, phone number, it must be updated to reflect the current and accurate information.
Fees vary depending on where you are planning to form your S Corporation. Contact us to learn about the state fees.
Why Choose Us?
We believe in empowering others to achieve their goals, especially when it comes to small businesses. This is why we believe that keeping our prices affordable will help you in focusing on growing your business instead of taking another financial burden.
We do not hold on to your documents and charge you extra to file it the same day! We offer express filing to each one of our clients. You are a priority and you do not need to pay extra for it!
When registering for a service, you will be connected with one of our experts who will be working with you from A to Z. Personalized service is the building block of any successful business and we guarantee an outstanding service each and every time.
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If you are not satisfied with our service for whatever reason, you will be refunded 100% of your money, of course if the registration has not been started and completed yet.