Why choose Corporation vs LLC for new business in California?
Limited Liability Protection
LLCs are treated as a separate legal entity, giving members limited liability protection of their personal assets.
The shareholders own stock in the company and vote for a board of directors to oversee the business.
Corporations can raise unlimited amounts of money through the sale of common or preferred stock.
Corporations live on in perpetuity – unless the shareholders vote to dissolve the company.
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Corporation Requirements in CA
What to expect when filing Certificate of Incorporation in California.
Certificate of Incorporation
Certificate of Incorporation is the document that must be filed with filed with Secretary of State Business Entities Filings to form your Corporation. Filenow helps you prepare this document along with necessary paperwork.
Name of your Corporation in California must contain words “Corporation” “Incorporated” “Limited” or the abbreviations “Corp.”, “Inc.” or “Ltd.”
Statement of Information
Statement of information form must be filed with CA Secretary of State within the first 90 days of registering your Corporation.
California State Fees
Filenow will collect and pay Certificate of Incorporation State Fee on your behalf directly to the California Secretary of State.