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The easiest way to start your business today.

At IncEasy, we understand that starting a business can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve simplified the process of forming your LLC or corporation.

With our user-friendly online order forms, you can easily provide all the necessary information to get your business up and running in no time. No complicated paperwork or confusing legal jargon- just a simple and streamlined experience.

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Start Your LLC

Choose your package, give us the details, get your paperwork. It’s that simple. 

Start Your S-Corp

The benefits of a corporation with pass through taxation? Find out if an S-Corp is for you!

Start Your C-Corp

Going all in? Will you be seeking investors and funding? Traditional C-Corps might be for you. 

Start Your Non-Profit

Let us handle the details so you can focus on your passion – making the world a better place. 


The type of business structure you should choose is dependent on your long term goals for your company, as well as which would be most beneficial from a tax perspective. 

Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) are a common choice for small business owners who want to utilized pass through taxation (to be taxed for business earnings on their personal tax returns). Business owners that intend to seek funding often choose C-Corps, as they need the ability to issue shares. S-Corps are popular as they are a corporation but allow you to operate as a pass-through entity, though you must meet specific IRS requirements to obtain S-Corp status.

The best way to determine the right setup for your company is to speak with your accountant or attorney.

Turnaround times for LLC formation and incorporation vary by state but is typically two to four weeks. Many states are currently working through extensive backlogs and normal processing may be months.

We offer expedited processing for every state which generally reduces the turnaround time to several business days (or same day, in some cases).

You’ll receive your filed and finalized documents straight to your email.

An S-corporation is a type of business where the profits are passed on to the owners and taxed on their personal tax returns, while a C-corporation is a separate entity that pays taxes on its profits and may also distribute dividends to its shareholders. 

S-corps are generally simpler and have fewer taxes to pay, while C-corps have more complex tax rules but may offer more potential for growth and investment.

Our packages for LLC, S-Corp, and C-Corp formation start at $99 plus state fees. 

An LLC (Limited Liability Company) provides limited liability protection to its owners (known as members), which means that their personal assets are generally protected from the company’s debts and legal liabilities.

On the other hand, a sole proprietorship is a type of business that is owned and operated by a single individual who is personally liable for all debts and legal liabilities of the business.

The main difference between an LLC and a sole proprietorship is the level of liability protection they offer their owners. An LLC provides limited liability protection, while a sole proprietorship does not. Additionally, an LLC is generally considered a separate legal entity from its owners, whereas a sole proprietorship is not.

There are many advantages to LLC’s for business owners. We’d encourage you to speak with your attorney or accountant before determining what entity type is best for your business. Frequently cited advantages of LLC formation include:

  • Pass through taxation
  • Flexibility in profit allocation
  • Privacy protection
  • Liability protection
  • Increased credibility

A registered agent is like a business’s go-to person when it comes to dealing with the state. They handle important legal and government papers on behalf of the business, such as lawsuits, taxes, and official notices, and make sure they get to the right people.

All states require businesses to have a registered agent. It’s a crucial way to make sure businesses don’t miss out on vital information that could affect them.


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