Come to Where Fortune 500 Companies Incorporate
Delaware is the corporate home to more than half of the Fortune 500 companies. Allow our office to assist you in establishing your corporation, LLC or other business entity.
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There are many reasons why it is best to incorporate your business in Delaware. One significant reason is that the state does not levy corporate taxes on companies solely because they are incorporated in Delaware. It imposes taxes only on business transactions conducted within the state.
The Delaware Court of Chancery is the most experienced court in the country when it comes to resolves business disputes. Although no business wants to be involved in litigation, if it becomes necessary you can be assured that the judicial officers of the Delaware Court of Chancery are well versed in resolving such disputes.
Corporate case law in Delaware is extensive due to the high volume of corporate cases handled by the Court of Chancery. More case law means increased predictability of the likely judicial resolution of a business law dispute. This is very helpful when determining whether to settle a dispute or proceed to litigation.
Corporate Information Secrecy
In Delaware, corporate laws allow one person to hold all officer positions of president, secretary, and treasurer as well as serve as the sole director. Officers’ names are not required to be listed in the articles of incorporation.
State Tax Exemptions
Current Delaware business laws stipulate that shareholders, directors, and officers of corporations do not have to be residents of the state. Shares of stocks owned by persons outside the state are also not subject to state taxes.