With so many businesses moving overseas for tax advantages, cheaper labor, and other (financial) reasons, one is to wonder if there are going to ever be any more companies left in the states. Most small businesses don’t have that choice though, and have to do it the old fashioned way, high taxes and all. However, thanks to a sponsored post, I learned today that starting a business in Nevada has quite a few advantages over other states. Due to no state tax, no franchise tax, and minimum bureaucracy, Las Vegas is becoming a very popular place to start a small business.
Today’s sponsored post comes from IncParadise.com, whose total package for Nevada incorporation costs $283. I don’t know very much about incorporating a company, but from what I do know, it seems rather inexpensive. If you have your own Registered Agent, the total is only $194. Continue reading Starting a Business in Nevada