When you decide to incorporate a business, filing of several documents is required. If you want to incorporate in Arizona the same rule is applicable. It is Be Incorporated that will take the task of filing the paperwork for your business in the state of Arizona. Be Incorporated will provide all the necessary filing documents and pre-populate it with your information. In addition to this service, step-by-step instructions on how to files these documents will also be supplied by Be Incorporated. So if you intend incorporating your business for the first time, you can rest assured. Be Incorporated makes filing a business in Arizona very smooth and easy regardless of your type of business.
Why should you Incorporate in Arizona?
Arizona has a very favourable climate for setting up your businesses. First of all you don’t have a corporate franchise tax in Arizona. Availability of cheap labour, real estate, the location and transportation makes your business inexpensive. The location of Arizona makes it easy for businesses to access the growing west coast markets. In addition to this, the climate in Arizona is excellent that makes it not only good to work and do business but also a great place to live.
You should file a variety of documents with the State and Federal Governments if you want to form an Arizona Corporation. Be Incorporated will help you in three ways by providing
- All the necessary documents pre-populated with your information
- Step-by-step instructions
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How to form an Arizona LLC (Limited Liability Company):
If you want to form an Arizona LLC (Limited Liability Company) several documents needs to be filed with the Arizona Corporation Commission. To file the documents you can seek the help of Be Incorporated. This organization will provide you step-by-step filing instructions and the documents will be pre-populated with your information. Instead of making further delays you should start the process of setting up Arizona Limited Liability Company right now.
Arizona Registered Agent:
An Arizona registered agent must be appointed on your formation document when you form a new business. A registered agent maintains a physical office in the state and accepts service of process on behalf of your company. Legal documents and correspondence from the state will be delivered to your Arizona registered agent, who will then forward these documents on to you.
State law requires a registered agent be appointed for your business. You cannot form a business in Arizona without a registered agent.