Updated: Feb 7, 2022
When looking to incorporate a business there are several states that are frequently considered for this process. One of, if not the top state that’s often considered for incorporating out of is Nevada. This is because of the benefits that business owners receive when incorporating out of the state of Nevada. Some of the main benefits include having to pay no corporate income tax, no taxes on corporate shares, and no annual franchise taxes. Nevada corporate law was also based on the Delaware model to minimize the time, cost, and risks associated with commercial litigation. The previously mentioned benefits alone are reason enough to strongly consider Nevada as the state for incorporating your business.
There’s no doubt that forming a corporation in Nevada would be a smart business move; however, there’s quite a bit involved in the application process. One of the initial steps involved in the process of forming a Nevada corporation is the filing of your company’s Articles of Incorporation. As mandated by the state, if you’re looking to form a corporation in the state of Nevada you will have to file Articles of Incorporation with the Nevada Secretary of State. This article will further discuss exactly what Articles of Incorporation are and why your Nevada-formed corporation would need a Nevada Articles of Incorporation Apostille.
Articles of incorporation are a set of formal documents filed with the governing body of a state to legally document the creation of a specified corporation. Articles of incorporation generally must contain the following pertinent information:
● The legal name of the corporation
● Type of entity being formed
● Purpose of the corporation
● Both corporate mailing and physical street address
● Name, street, and mailing address of the corporation’s selected registered agent
● The name, street, and mailing address of the incorporator
● The names and mailing addresses of all corporate directors
● The number of shares authorized by the corporation as well as their class, rights, and restrictions
The articles of incorporation for your company can be filed online; however, you will first have to register for an online account with the Nevada Secretary of State. If this is something you don’t have the time to do or simply don’t feel comfortable doing yourself, our staff members at American Apostille & Notary Services can expeditially complete the procedure for you.
You should now have a better understanding of exactly what Articles of Incorporation are and the proper way to go about filing for them when forming a Nevada corporation. Now we will discuss what a Nevada Articles of Incorporation Apostille is, and why you need one.
Many company’s at some point or another become involved in conducting business abroad. If your Nevada corporation is going to be conducting any type of business internationally, the authenticity of your company’s Articles of Incorporation will frequently need to be verified. This is the purpose of a Nevada Articles of Incorporation Apostille.
A Nevada Articles of Incorporation Apostille is a one-page document issued under the Great Seal of the State of Nevada by the Nevada Secretary of State. The one-page document or Apostille is attached to a certified copy of your company’s Articles of Incorporation. The Articles of Incorporation Apostille will verify your company’s information when conducting business in foreign countries. An Article of Incorporation Apostille will also help establish your company’s reputation as a foreign business partner.
At American Apostille & Notary Services we specialize in helping businesses obtain the necessary documents needed to conduct business domestically or internationally. We make sure all state documents are complete and filed correctly. Contact us at 848-467-7740 to discuss your current business needs and how we can help you fulfill them.