Vcorp files conversions for both corporations and LLCs nationwide. In many states, it’s possible to convert from one business type to another. If an entity is established as an LLC and wishes to become a Corporation, or vice versa, Vcorp can help you convert the entity as well as draft new corporate bylaws and resolutions, or a new operating agreement.
Simply complete our short order form indicating your client's preferences. Vcorp's experienced business filing specialists will review your information for consistency and completeness. We will then prepare your client's conversion application and submit it to the appropriate state agency. Finally, when the application is approved, we will forward the completed filing to you.
Vcorp files DBAs in any of the 50 states. Simply complete our short order form indicating your client's preferences. Vcorp's experienced business filing specialists will review your information for consistency and completeness. We will perform a search to look for duplicate names when required. We then prepare your client's DBA application and submit it to the appropriate government agency. Finally, when the application is approved, we will forward the completed filing to you.
A Corporation or Limited Liability Company must file a Certificate/Articles of Dissolution when it wishes to terminate its existence. Vcorp will prepare your Certificate/Articles of Dissolution for your review and submission to the appropriate state agency in any of the 50 states to assist you in dissolving your corporation or Limited Liability Company.
Vcorp files foreign qualifications for both corporations and LLCs in any of the 50 states. Simply complete our short order form indicating your client's preferences. Vcorp's experienced business filing specialists will review your information for consistency and completeness. We will then prepare your client's foreign qualification application and submit it to the appropriate state agency. Finally, when the application is approved, we will forward the completed filing to you.
Vcorp processes reinstatements for both corporations and LLCs nationwide. Reinstatement requires a company to resolve outstanding compliance issues and submit the necessary forms and fees so that the entity’s status will be returned to good standing with the state.
Vcorp will help you through the reinstatement process by identifying all steps that the business must take to become compliant with the state. We will then work with you to complete the necessary forms and will submit your completed reinstatement forms to the appropriate state agency or agencies. Once the forms have been filed by the state, we will notify you that the entity has been reinstated and returned to good standing.
Many states require that a corporation file a Certificate/Articles of Amendment when making an addition to, deleting from, or otherwise altering the existing provisions of the Articles of Incorporation for a Corporation. Vcorp will prepare your Certificate/Articles of Amendment for your review and submission to the appropriate state agency in any of the 50 states to amend your corporate charter.
To ensure that your desired company name is available in your selected state, Vcorp will conduct a preliminary, non-binding, name-availability search with each incorporation or LLC formation request before submitting your documents to the state office. A name reservation is NOT required before forming your corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC). However, it may be wise to reserve a corporate or LLC name if you are not yet ready to form the entity at this time or have some reason for delaying its formation. Upon request, Vcorp will reserve your company name for the maximum time period allowed in a single reservation request.
Maintaining your corporate documents is vital to ensure that your corporation maintain its good standing and benefit from the advantages of incorporation (limited liability, separate existence, etc.). Vcorp's Executive Corporate Kit provides you with a safe place to store your corporate documents. Each Executive Corporate Kit is made from a high-quality, simulated leather and comes with your Corporation's name embossed in Gold on the matching slipcase. Inside you'll find a steel, handheld corporate embosser with your company's name and year of filing, sample bylaws and minutes, stock transfer ledger, and 20 customized corporate share certificates.
Many states require that your corporation comply with the formality of stamping all official documents with your corporate seal. Vcorp can provide you with a customized, hand-held, steel, corporate embosser. Your corporate embosser will display your company's name, state of incorporation, and year of formation.
A Federal Tax Identification Number (also known as a "95 Number," "E.I.N. Number," or "Tax I.D. Number") can be obtained by completing and filing IRS Form SS-4. An E.I.N. may be necessary where the applicant:
Started a New Business
Hired (or will hire employees)
Is an LLC. or Corporation
Opened a Bank Account
Changed Type of Organization
Purchased an Ongoing Business
Created a Trust or Pension Plan
Is a withholding agent for taxes
After IRS Form SS-4 has been prepared, either YOU or a Vcorp representative may contact the IRS by telephone and obtain the actual E.I.N. by telephone.
Vcorp Services will file UCC records nationwide at your direction. We will submit and monitor your filings through the proper filing agency and notify you upon completion. Vcorp will work with you throughout the filing process. In the event that problems arise or corrections are necessary, Vcorp will contact you to ensure that the filing is corrected, in order to file documents in a timely manner. Vcorp’s trained team of corporate services experts can assist you with completing forms for filing, in addition to assisting you with searching public record for UCC filings.
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