New Jersey Incorporation

At New Jersey, filing a new business is an exciting and challenging experience. The challenges lie in the fact that incorporating a business involves a complicated documentation process. Be Incorporated offers its assistance in preparing the documents. All you require to do is fill up the online form. Be Incorporated will then provide you filled up documents along with step-by-step instructions for filing them.

The reason for incorporating in New Jersey:

There are numerous reasons for setting up a business at New Jersey. The state is very close to both New York and Philadelphia and also has a number of seaports as well as two international airports. The state of New Jersey encourages business by providing tax incentives and formation of required of support services and associations:

•  Forming a New Jersey Corporation
•  Forming a New Jersey LLC (Limited Liability Company)

Forming a New Jersey Corporation:

You actually need to fill up a number of documents and submit them to New Jersey’s Division of Revenue. This can be quite challenging but the expertise of Be Incorporated would ease the process for you. The documents required for filing are pre-populated with your data by Be Incorporated along with all instructions for filing making it very easy for you to incorporate in New Jersey.

Learn more about How to Start a New Jersey Corporation

Forming a New Jersey LLC (Limited Liability Company)

In order to form a New Jersey LLC, you’re required to fill in and submit many documents at the New Jersey Division of Revenue. It can be tough process but Be Incorporated can make it very easy for you by providing all the required documentation. Be Incorporated will also provide all instructions required for filing your incorporation documents.

New Jersey Registered Agent:

New Jersey 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 New Jersey 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 New Jersey without a registered agent.