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Why Register for Brand Incorporation?

Small business ownership can be very risky. Incorporating your business is the best way to reduce your legal liability. As a result, your company and you are now two separate legal entities, so any losses incurred by the company are not subject to your personal liability. The business will be liable for its debts. Additionally, incorporation is very helpful if you want to keep your business involvement private.

Access To Capital Is Easier

Corporations raise capital more quickly by issuing shares.

Make Your Credibility Stronger

Corporations Gain Client Trust by Being Legally Recognized

Continuous Existence

Companies Continue Existing After Owner Death

Pricing Plans

Start Your Business with Ease

  • Make sure you're not liable for any business debts.
    Ensure you're not on the hook for business liabilities
  • Company Formation through a Simple Process:
    Our 3 step process discards with entering your details, Then selecting a service and lastly payment.
  • Save Money on Taxes:
    For potential savings you get to decide whether you're are taxed as a LLC or a Corporation

Our Company Formation Structures

Limited Liability Company (LLC)

A limited liability company's (LLC) owners are not responsible for any damages incurred by their businesses. One of the greatest corporate structures for small enterprises is said to be this one. An LLC is often easier to run and less costly to create than other company arrangements.


An IRS S corporation election can be made by a business to elect to be taxed as a pass-through entity. These corporations are eligible for corporate losses, deductions, and income. S corporations are advantageous when buying or selling a business.


Owners and the entity are handled separately for tax reasons in C-corporations. In a C-Corporation, business earnings are taxed twice: once at the corporate level and once at the individual level.

Non-Profit Organization

Organizations that are non-profit do not exist to earn money. Contrary to an LLC, S-Corp, or C-Corp, its employees get a portion of the company's income. Investors get nothing in return.


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