Should I Incorporate?

Take this short questionnaire and see if forming a Corporation or Limited Liability Company
(LLC) is something you should consider doing

    Yes No
1. Do you have personal assets you want to protect? (House, Car Retirement, Savings)
2. Are you running the business as a Sole Proprietor (single owner)?
3. Do you have employees?
4. Are you manufacturing, processing or directly selling a product or service that has potential "hazards"?
5. Are you looking to raise capital to start or expand your Business?
6. Are you looking to possibly save on taxes?
7. Are you trying to establish yourself as a credible business?
Please make sure you've answered all of the questions. See Results
Thank you for taking the time to answer this questionnaire.

Based upon your answers:

  • You are to trying to limit your personal liability
  • You are running a business as a sole proprietor
  • You have employees
  • You are manufacturing/processing or directly selling a product or service that has potential “hazards”
  • You are looking to raise capital to start or expand your business
  • You are looking to possibly save on taxes
  • You are trying to establish yourself as a credible business

It appears that you should probably consider forming a Corporation or a Limited Liability Company (LLC).

If you are ready to form your general corporation, you can start the process by filling out our secure online form, or you can call one of our incorporation specialists at 800.441.5940 and place your order over the phone.

Based upon your answers, it appears that you probably do not need to incorporate at this time.

However, if you feel you still have a need, and are ready to for your Corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC), you can start the process by filling out our secure online form or you can call one of our incorporation specialists at 800.441.5940 and place your order over the phone.