CorpNet.com Adds Delayed Filing Incorporation Option to Its Suite of Filing Services as a Way to Help Small Businesses Avoid Franchise Tax Fees in 2013

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CorpNet.com’s Delayed Filing Option Is a Popular Way for Small Businesses to Avoid Franchise Tax Fees in 2013 by allowing them to incorporate or form an LLC at the beginning of 2014.

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For those businesses that have liability concerns, they should submit their incorporation/LLC paperwork to the state as soon as possible in order to take advantage of the business structure’s personal liability protection.

CorpNet.com, a leading online business document filing company that helps entrepreneurs start a business and keep a business in corporate compliance, is reporting that its delayed filing service is an increasingly popular option among small business owners as we approach the fall season.

When launching a business, many entrepreneurs are faced with the question: when is the best time to incorporate my business? According to CorpNet.com’s CEO, Nellie Akalp, there are two “right” answers to this question. For those businesses that have liability concerns, they should submit their incorporation/LLC paperwork to the state as soon as possible in order to take advantage of the business structure’s personal liability protection.

However, those companies that have minimal liability concerns may want to consider a delayed filing for their incorporation/LLC paperwork. With this option, CorpNet.com will hold the paperwork and file it with the state on the first business day of 2014. This will simplify paperwork and tax filings, as the business will have the same business structure for the whole year.

In addition, a delayed filing option may also save businesses money in annual franchise taxes. For example, in California, when businesses form an LLC in 2013, they are responsible for 2013 Franchise Taxes. Any Corporation formed in California before December 17, 2013 will be responsible for 2013 Franchise Taxes.

With the delayed filing service, business owners can complete their paperwork with CorpNet.com at their leisure, and then delay the actual formation date until 2014.

Through CorpNet, Nellie and her husband Philip Akalp have empowered thousands of entrepreneurs to start their own business. As an online legal document filing service, CorpNet helps small business owners form an LLC or incorporate a business in order to start and protect their new business ventures the right way.

CorpNet.com is known for its customer-centric philosophy, developing a range of free, value-add tools to help small business owners thrive in today’s economy. CorpNet customers rave about the company’s friendly, helpful service, including five-star CorpNet reviews on TrustLink.

About CorpNet.com
CorpNet.com is an online business document filing service that provides new and existing business owners with the most comprehensive, cost-effective services when it comes to starting, protecting, and managing a business. Through its website, CorpNet.com provides business filing services required for a variety of business needs such as: incorporate online or form a Limited Liability Company (LLC), file a DBA, Doing Business in Multiple States (Foreign Qualifications), close a business (Dissolutions), Registered Agent Representations, Trademark Search and Registrations, and Corporate Compliance services and supplies for all 50 states.

Founded by experienced entrepreneur/attorney husband and wife team, Philip and Nellie Akalp, CorpNet.com is a private company based in Westlake Village, CA. For more information, please visit http://www.corpnet.com or follow @CorpNet on Twitter.

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