Once you have decided to incorporate or form an LLC, you need to choose the state for your new entity.
Naturally, for most businesses the choice would fall on their home state, i.e. the state where the company will do most of its business. This rule holds especially true for smaller businesses that will likely not expand significantly, or that do not want to conduct business outside of their home state, like shops, dealerships, etc.
As your business grows, and it appears that you may need to conduct business in another state, you can always register what is called a “Foreign Entity“, or a “Foreign Corporation” – technically, a legal “extension” of your business in another state.
Not all businesses need to be organized in the state where you are currently located (especially if you are a foreigner and live outside of USA). Each state has its own legal requirements and registration procedures for new businesses wishing to incorporate. Certain states are famous as favorable homes for incorporating or forming an LLC due to their unique incorporation laws and favorable tax policies. The most notable are Delaware, Wyoming and Nevada.
To fully evaluate your incorporation needs and to choose the right state to form your business entity in it is important to consult your tax and legal advisors. Those specialists should have the knowledge and experience to help you evaluate your unique business needs and help you make the best choice.
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