Florida Company Formation
Are you exploring possibilities for company formation in Florida?
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Florida company formation follows the LLC corporate structure and takes approximately three days.
The first step for company formation is name approval, and following that step, you submit the Article of Incorporation to the Secretary of State.
Shareholders can be from any country, except in cases where you are forming an ‘S’ corporation. In this case, shareholders must be US citizens or residents because ‘S’ corporation shareholders are deemed the company’s owners. Corporate owners may also be shareholders. The company-appointed offices are the President and CEO, Secretary, Treasurer and Vice Presidents.
Florida will issue an employer identification number upon the company’s incorporation; this is also known as a federal ID number and is needed to open a bank account. Florida requires a registered local agent and office, and you may use a PO box as your corporate address.
Complete anonymity for officers and shareholders
Tax exemption for ‘S’ companies
Zero personal income tax
No minimum capital requirement
A streamlined and predominantly online company formation process
Availability of off the shelf corporations for purchase