Business Formation Services
Launching a new business is an exciting time. Let us help turn your dreams into reality!
- Name Availability Check
- 24-hour Document Preparation
- Draft and File Articles of Incorporation / Articles of Organization
- Corporate Compliance Monitoring
- Registered Agent Service in All 50 States
- Federal Tax ID Number Obtainment (EIN)
- Custom Corporate Bylaws / Operating Agreement and Minutes
- Customized Corporate Kit Binder and Seal
- Print Delivery and Electronic Storage of Company Documents
- “Fictitious Business Name”/ “Doing Business As” Form Preparation and Filing
- Business License Compliance Package
- Sales and Payroll Tax Registrations
Business Filings & Corporate Compliance
Once your business has been granted its corporation or LLC status, it must usually satisfy ongoing business compliance requirements to stay in good standing with the state.
These can include submitting initial and annual reports, documentation and filing for fundamental changes to your corporation, and more, including the following:
- Changing a Business Name, Shares Structure, or other fundamental changes (Articles of Amendment)
- Closing a Business (Articles of Dissolution)
- Changing a Business Structure (Articles of Conversion)
- Researching Business License and Permit Requirements (All 50 States and US Counties)
- Obtaining Business Licenses and Permits (All 50 States and US Counties)
- Filing to Conduct Business in Multiple States (Foreign Qualification Filings)
- Initial and Annual Report Filings
- Registered Agent Services (All 50 states)
- Retrieving Certified Copies of Documents
- Certificates of Good Standing
- Federal Tax ID Number (EIN) Obtainment (Form SS-4-Online)
- IRS Form Change Letter Request
- State Withholdings Registration
- Sales Tax Registration (Sellers Permit)
- State Unemployment Insurance Registration (SUI)
Any business services purchase includes monitoring of your ongoing compliance requirements. LWFG will help you stay on top of your game by providing alerts for various state-by-state deadlines and filing requirements for any of your business entities.
Registered Agent Services
Almost all U.S. jurisdictions require any business entity that is formed or doing business within their borders to designate and maintain a “registered agent.”
This registered agent serves as a point of contact that is always available during normal business hours and to whom notices of legal action, tax notices, and annual business renewals can be delivered.
Registered agents also help business entities maintain their good standing across multiple jurisdictions by keeping track of legislative actions, monitoring business compliance requirements, and reporting important changes and due dates to the business entity. Failing to designate a registered agent can result in a jurisdiction revoking your legal entity status, imposing penalties/fines on the entity, or both.
When you form a new business or expand your business into other states, it is a matter of corporate governance that you designate a registered agent. You CAN serve as your own registered agent, or you can leave this responsibility to us so you can focus on your business.