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Nevada Corporations and LLC's may operate from anywhere in the world and you do not have to be a U.S citizen to own one.

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The differences are corporations issue stock and are owned by shareholders while LLC's do not issue stock and are owned by members.

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Forming a new Corporation or LLC does not require to incorporate your new business in the state or county where you live.

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What is a Non-Profit?
What is a Non-Profit?

Non Profit Corporations are formed for the purpose other than generating a profit, and in which no part of the...

What is a LLC Mgmt?
What is a LLC Mgmt?

LLC Management is done by an agreement between the members; however, Nevada law does not require its members to be managers...

What is an LLC?
What is an LLC?

LLC or Limited Liability Company is similar to a corporation; the initial document is called the Articles of Incorporation, rather...

What is a Corporation?
What is a Corporation?

A corporation is formed when you file articles of incorporation with the secretary of state. Unlike a sole proprietorship or...

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