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Why Incorporate your business in Delaware?

Thinking of creating a Delaware corporation by pursuing Delaware incorporation? Well, you are not alone. More than half a million business entities have their legal home in Delaware, including more than 50% of all U.S. publicly traded companies and 58% of the Fortune 500. Whether or not you live and operate in the state of Delaware, incorporation in Delaware may be a viable option for your business, depending on your situation and goals.

Facts on Incorporating in Delaware

Delaware General Corporation Law is one of the most advanced and flexible business formation statutes in the nation

The Delaware Court of Chancery is a unique business court that is very business-friendly

Delaware Corporations are not subject to state corporate income tax

There is no Personal Income Tax in Delaware

There is only a nominal Annual fee

Every Delaware corporation* is also required to file an Annual Franchise Tax report and to pay a franchise tax.

*Religious and charitable non-stock corporations are exempt from the tax but must file an annual report. Taxes and annual reports are to be received no later than March 1st of each year. Based on number of shares.

Should I Incorporate in Delaware or my Home State?

While the benefits of incorporating in Delaware may be substantial, if your business is located in another state, your home state's fees and documents may still be required.  We can help you decide if a Delaware Corporation is right for you. Whether you incorporate in Delaware or your home state, your Corporation designation helps protect your personal assets while increasing your company's credibility. Delaware incorporation creates your business as a legal entity separate from yourself, meaning your home, cars, and personal savings are safe.

Incorporate in Delaware or Form a Delaware LLC?

Still trying to decide which entity to form? Still trying to decide which entity to form? Read more about the differences between a Corporation and an LLC or browse our Frequently Asked Questions section. Still have questions? Feel free to call one of our MBA Tax Moms to help guide you through the process.




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