Turn-Key-LLC-Formation services-turnkeyWe can form your LLC quickly, professionally, and, most of all, COMPLETELY.  Unlike other companies, there’s no up-charges or “nickel and diming” for services that you need.  You get EVERYTHING you need to get your LLC rolling for one flat fee.LLC GOld Package_edited-1Only $697.00 + State Filing Fees*

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Only $697.00 + State Filing Fee


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What We DON’T Charge You For…
(like our “competitors” do)

  • Name availability searches

  • Shipping of your corporate record book

  • An expensive corporate seal (which you’ll NEVER use!)

  • Getting your EIN or filing an S corporation election

  • All of your forms in editable MSWord format

  • Sample minutes of meetings and resolutions to document future actions

  • Expensive registered agent service

  • Recurring charges and fees for services you don’t need (or want)

  • State instructions for annual filing requirements and/or franchise reporting

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Do You Sell My Information to Marketers? Absolutely not – we leave that to the other guys! We keep your information in-house only and will not spam you.

In What State Should I Form My Company? Most people form in their own state unless they are a virtual company, in which case they may file in a tax-free state, like Nevada. Speak with your tax advisor if this is the case. If you do business in other states than your own, you can either form a different Company for each state or simply register your Company as a “foreign” company in those states.

What Are My Obligations Once I Setup an LLC?
Some states require an initial statement or business license within the first few months of filing, with a small fee.  You will receive a statement in the mail for this. Most states require annual filings online with a small fee. Some states also require filing franchise tax returns annually as well. Check your Secretary of State or similar state website for more details. Unless you are a “disregarded” entity, you will have to file an annual federal income tax return as well. Further, some states require a state identification number, particularly if you have employees or collect sales tax.

Do I Need a Bank Account for my New Company? 
Yes, you must not “commingle” company and personal funds. Once you receive the articles filed with the state and your EIN number, you can open a business checking account.

 

Terms of Service:

Fees Include:
Fee quoted includes preparation and filing of articles/certificate of organization with state, state filing fee, application for EIN, S corporation election (if applicable), operating agreement, corporate record book, and organizational minutes from the information entered in this form. The fee quoted does not include registered agent fee (if applicable), the filing of state business licenses or state tax forms, the filing of annual reports, state franchise tax, business licenses at the state or local level,and statements of information required by the state or locality in which you do business.

Privacy Policy
We respect your privacy and permits you to control the treatment of your personal information. We will not sell, rent, or share your information with any other persons or parties. We may email you on occasion to inform you of upcoming offers, newsletters, or new related to your Company. When you open an account to use or access certain portions of the Site, Applications, or the Services, you must provide complete and accurate information as requested on the registration form.


License Personal to You
By ordering or downloading Forms, you agree that the Forms you purchase or download may only be used by you for your personal or business use or used by you in connection with your client and may not be sold or redistributed without our express written consent. 

Relationship of the Parties
William Bronchick, principle shareholder of Bronchick & Associates, PC (“the Firm”) is a lawyer admitted to practice in the states of Colorado and New York. If you or your proposed company is outside these states, then we cannot act as your lawyer or give you legal advice in the process of forming your Company. In this scenario, we will be acting as a “document processor” (scrivener) for you, which involves the same steps of filling out state and federally required forms, as well as filling in pre-designed templates at your request and direction. While there is no “attorney-client” relationship or privilege in this scenario, we will keep any information you provide us with in the strictest of confidence and will not share it with anyone else. Whether we act as your attorney or as a document processor, all filings and document preparations are supervised and reviewed personally by William Bronchick for accuracy and consistency before any documents are filed, and before the company record book is shipped to you.