In today’s market place as a small business owner, it’s a great idea to look for ways to help your company grow and scale financially in business. However, there’s a difference between trying to get ahead and looking for shortcuts. Shelf corporations often, though not always, fall into the latter category.
Shelf companies are either old companies formed for the purpose of being sold off, after an excellent business credit rating has been established.
Our shelf corps come with employer identification numbers (EINs) from the IRS. A shelf corporation also will feature several years worth of filed tax returns and even a business bank account with a real financial institution “on some occasions”.
These steps are taken in an effort to ensure the corp is legitimate and well established in the eyes of others.
The reason a shelf corp is sometimes formed in the first place is with the goal of flipping it down the road to someone or it can as n be acquired filling a sensitive protocol. The buyer is usually someone who’s willing to pay for the value of the shelf corporation’s credit rating and age.
Where are most Shelf Corporations formed?
Shelf corps can be formed in plenty of states throughout the US. But.. they’re often formed in states with either low filing fees, low taxes, easy regulations, or some sort combination of all three.
Some of the most common states where shelf corporations are formed are:
What’s the price cost of Shelf Corporations?
Our prices that we charged for shelf corporations range at different pricing, depending on the age of the shelf corporation and also the Dun and Bradstreet Paydex score.
To learn more or if you would like to inquire about our shelf corporations, contact us at 1-800-998-3452 and one of our reps will be more than happy to assist you.