WE OFFER A BETTER DEAL
pro-rate the aged corporations on a monthly basis rather than calculate on
the year. This saves you money because most dealers of aged shelf
corporations round up to the year.
Free consultation to assess the proper use of the aged corporation or aged
template on how to obtain the EIN. Please note:
Don't have a nominee officer apply for the EIN. Click
here for the reason.
offer home grown companies without a transaction history. They are
with any business activity other than the timely filing of the annual
of our companies are in good standing. They were not dissolved and
didn't buy the company from anyone else. This is how we know the
company is clean and without liabilities, and without any debt. Each
company we offer for sale is without any business activity whatsoever.
charge less. You receive more value.
deliver our companies via email and the paper documents are sent through the
US Postal Service with a signature confirmation.
Shelf company list: Request the list
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1 YEAR OLD WYOMING CORPORATIONS
OR LLC $700
YEAR OLD WYOMING CORPORATIONS OR LLC
OLD MONTANA CORPORATION $1995
4 YEAR OLD NEW MEXICO
annual fees to the state
Lower up front cost
Effective for any business start-up or to build corporate credit.
10 YEAR OLD MONTANA SHELF COMPANY $1995
for building corporate credit.
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NEVADA UPDATE! WARNING
ON NEVADA CORPORATIONS
WE STOPPED OFFERING NEVADA SHELF COMPANIES
CORPORATION: HOW MUCH SHOULD THEY COST? WHAT IS THE INDUSTRY STANDARD?
corporations with no transaction history are priced using this general
PRICE = Cost of Filing + Cost of Maintenance + Years x ($1000)
Example: Bob finds a
Nevada aged corporation that is two years old. The aged corporations cost
the incorporator $750 to form and to maintain the
corporation. How much is it worth?
PRICE = Cost of Corporation + Cost of Maintenance + Years Aged x ($1000)
PRICE = $750 + 2 x ($1000)
PRICE = $2750
$2,750 is the market rate for a two year old
Nevada aged corporation. As an alternative, Wyoming aged
corporations cost less because their formation and maintenance expenses
are substantially less
than in Nevada. They are just as good in terms of asset protection
and financial privacy, but without the marketing hype. The same
corporation formed in Wyoming may only cost $2210.
THERE IS NO TAX
BENEFIT TO PURCHASING A SHELF CORPORATION.