UNITRUST CAPITAL CORP offers a complete line of competitively priced Delaware company formation services, including incorporation of Delaware Corporations and registration of Delaware LLCs.
Contact us today to obtain a quotation for the desired Delaware incorporation service or to inquiry about forming a company in another jurisdiction.
Located on the Atlantic coast, halfway
between New York and Washington D.C., Delaware is one of the
smallest states in the US both in terms of its area and population.
However, it is a major US corporate domicile: more than 380,000
companies are incorporated in Delaware including 60 percent
of the Fortune 500 and 50 percent of the companies listed on the New York Stock
The amendments to the Delaware Corporate Law inacted in 2000, offer
greater flexibility for corporations in the use of Internet and other
high-tech facilities when conducting virtual meetings of directors or shareholders. These
may bear the same legal force as meetings conducted in person.
The US federal tax system facts: General C Corporations
formed in Delaware pay a 15% federal rate on the first $50,000
of taxable income each year. The deductibles are medical and
dental expenses, health insurance and disability insurance premiums
for the employees. Shareholders may be hired by their own corporation.
Delaware tax system facts: NO sales tax, NO intangible
The Delaware corporate and franchise tax is minimal and is not
based on earned income.
The best company types in the Delaware State are the Delaware
Corporations and Delaware LLCs (Delaware Limited Liability Companies). Click below to view prices and description of our services and fees for the particular type of a company.
WHY INCORPORATE IN DELAWARE?
- Reputable US Delaware Corporation Law
- Recognition of LLCs
- Quick and inexpensive process of incorporation or company formation
- One person may hold all positions in a Corporation or an LLC
- No minimum capital requirements for the Corporation and LLC
- Corporate tax (franchise tax for LLC) is minimal and is
not based on earned income
- A superb separate court system for corporate litigation
is considered the best in the US
- Low annual support costs
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