Register your Business in the US


Form your LLC

1 week

Get your EIN

With SSN: 2 weeks

Without SSN: 4-7 weeks

Apply for your US bank account

1-2 week

Set up payments

A few days

What else is in it for you?

⭐ Even for non-residents, the United States has one of the best reputations in the world for being business-friendly. Additionally, the US has a relatively simple LLC formation process and a competitive corporate tax system. The low startup costs and the prestige of operating a business in the United States are two of the biggest advantages. The US also offers many incentives to new businesses that create jobs within its borders—including tax breaks and grants.

⭐ As a non-resident, you can start your own US LLC and avoid paying taxes in the States. The fact that an LLC is a "pass-through entity," which means that taxes can be passed through to the owners, is one of the greatest advantages of starting a US LLC as a non-resident. As long as your LLC complies, your business would not be subject to US tax:

  • Has no US presence or economic substance and is 100% owned by non-US tax residents (natural or legal). The income cannot be "effectively connected."

⭐ You get a US mailing address after signing up with us to have your LLC registered. This is a great benefit when applying for things that require a US mailing address—especially if you're just starting out.

⭐You do need to step foot in the US once you sign up to have your LLC registered with Freelancing Services Agency. By making payment, you agree to have us conduct your business affairs, you will get virtual/digital documents and everything else required for the formation of the LLC. There is no requirement that you visit the US or communicate with us personally. We provide all services through our website, so all communication between us is done online. You can contact us via email or chat if you have any questions or concerns during this process.

Here is what you 🫵should know

Here is how you form a LLC in the Unites States of America, you start with a name. The name should be unique and not in use. The name should not be taken from existing trademarks and patents. You should always include your company name on all your business cards and other forms of advertising materials.

Examples of Business Names include:

The next step is to file articles of organization with the Secretary of State's office in the state where you want to incorporate your business. You will need to include information about your business such as its purpose, address, type of business entity, etc. You must also file an application for tax exemption if you plan on applying for one (this can take some time so be sure to do this early). If you don't wish to apply for tax exempt status then don't worry because it's not required by law that businesses pay taxes on their profits like they would if they were an LLC instead of just a sole proprietorship or partnership or corporation. Once your US LLC is set up, you can then open a bank account in the name of your LLC. This is important because you need to be able to deposit funds into that account before you can use them for any business transactions. To open a bank account, you'll need to fill out some paperwork and provide documents proving that the person opening the account is indeed the owner of the business (for example, a driver's license). Next, you'll need to apply for an EIN number from the IRS. The EIN stands for "Employer Identification Number," and it's basically just a unique number assigned to your business. (Don't worry Freelancing Services Agency does all of this for you) Finally—and this one may seem kind of obvious—you'll want to get some insurance for your LLC (like general liability insurance) so that if something goes wrong while running your new business, it doesn't cost too much money! Your LLC will be treated as a disregarded entity for tax purposes. This means that the business itself reports its own income, losses, deductions, gains, and credits on a separate tax return (Form 1065) instead of being included in the owner’s personal income tax return like other types of entities. The company will also not be considered a separate entity for state law purposes. This means that if the LLC is sued or files a lawsuit, then it can use corporate formalities such as unanimous vote and board resolutions to govern itself.

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