fudjj wrote:Hi Kenneth,
I'm not an expert in US prices, but I would suggest speaking to a local business group in the area (if one exists of course) There is usually some commerce group available that may have a good idea or even a legal adviser. That said, these online options usually are the cheapest and from what I have heard about LZ, although not a lot, is that the service is well priced.
Sorry I can't be much more help than that unfortunately.
Can I ask why you want to incorporate, you're just looking at divesting yourself legally or looking for a better tax deal. I mean is it an expense you really need to absorb at this point?
fudjj wrote:Hi kenneth,
OK, understood about the liability side.
Just to clarify the tax id required by some suppliers. That doesn't require incorporating, all they need is proof that you are a registered trader, sole trader or anything of the type.
fudjj wrote:This link will work for you Kenneth.
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If you are in business on your own, no partners, then Sole Prop would be my suggestion for basic business registration. A MUCH cheaper option than incorporating when you're just starting out.
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