U.S. Company Formations for Non-Residents
U.S. Company Formations for Non-Residents - Forming a U.S. company can provide many benefits and expose you to a multitude of opportunities. Whether your an existing business owner that wants to expand into the U.S. or an entrepreneur that wants to start a new business, we offer everything you need to incorporate your U.S. business online via our streamlined company incorporation platform from anywhere in the world.
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Access our 25 page brochure on setting up a company in the United States as a non-resident - A step by step overview of our legaltech company formation platform and services.
- How Does Our Service Work? -
We provide U.S. company formations to non-residents seeking to setup a U.S. company remotely from anywhere in the world. Our online legal-tech platform combined with our dedicated account managers provide everything you need to get your business up and running in the United States all completely online.
1. You Pick a State
Step 1 of the process to get your company registered is to decide which State you wish to establish your U.S. company in. We offer business address services in all 50 States to give you as wide a variety of options as possible.
2. We Incorporate
Step 2 is to select your entity type and structure and we then file your company with the Secretary of State. We will also obtain an EIN Tax ID from the IRS on your behalf. These filings we process via our legaltech platform.
3. Bank Setup
Once we have your company formation complete and have your articles back from the State, alongside your EIN tax ID confirmation letter from the IRS, we can put you in touch with our banking partners to get your account setup online.
- Which Company Structure is Best for You? -
Depending on the nature of your business you have a few legal structures to choose from - Choosing the right legal entity type affects the way your business, shareholders and member might be taxed.
Setup as an LLC
A Limited Liability Company can be incorporated by both residents and non-residents of the United States. LLCs can be owned by one or more people, who are known as “members.” An LLC with one owner is known as a single-member LLC, and an LLC with more than one owner is known as a multi-member LLC.
Setup as a C-Corp
C-corporations can be owned by US Citizens, permanent residents and foreign nationals and generally have an easier time attracting investors. Owning shares is generally considered preferable to owning LLC membership interests which is why a corporation can obtain capital through equity financing easier than an LLC.
Setup as an LLP
A Limited Liability Partnership Company can be incorporated by both residents and non-residents of the United States. LLPs are entities owned by more than one person, who are known as “members.” Whereas an LLP with one owner is known as a single-member LLC, and an LLP with more than one owner is known as a Limited Liability Partnership.
Setup as a Nonprofit
A nonprofit organization, also known as a non-business entity, not-for-profit organization, or nonprofit institution, is dedicated to furthering a particular social cause or advocating for a shared point of view. If your operating in the nonprofit sector get started on setting up your nonprofit organization today with our online formation platform.
2023 U.S. Corporate Tax Rates?
When deciding to incorporate a company, corporate tax rates are an important consideration. Dependent upon company structure and business model, rates can vary. As of 2019, the U.S. has a restructured corporate tax rate that is extremely competitive for businesses. With a new rate of 21% for C-Corps. rates have not been this competitive for any years.
- If you have employees, you are responsible for paying employment taxes
- Self-employed individuals are responsible for paying self-employment taxes
- There is no federal sales tax in the U.S., but 45 states and thousands of localities levy sales tax
- Utilize our Self Service Legal-tech Platform -
Access your company incorporation documents, download company mail in PDF format and receive notifications via our online portal, file your business taxes and keep your company compliant, all completely online.
In some cases, where required, we will use an online notarization service to validate your identity as the company founder or representative in order to secure a U.S. business address and validate your identification. To complete this process we use a online notarization platform provided by our partner, Notarize, our online notary public partner.
U.S. Business Address
To open a company in the United States, you are required to have a U.S. business address in the State of incorporation. Once step 1 has been completed, we will obtain a registered business address for you in the state of your company formation. This address serves as a business address and registered mail forwarding address for your U.S. company.
Filing Articles with the State
For step 3 in your company formation process, the filling of articles of incorporation with the state or federal government is required. As part of our U.S company formation services we will file these documents on your behalf. This is part of our incorporation service.
U.S Business Bank Account
We have a diverse array of strategic banking partnerships in place, from wholly online technology based banks, to international, multi-currency account providing banks, as well as more traditional, brick and mortar U.S. banks with physical banking branches in most U.S. States.
Obtaining an EIN Tax ID
An EIN Tax ID is required by the IRS and U.S Banks to track your business associated income and operate your business legally. As part of our U.S business formation services we will obtain an EIN TAX ID on your behalf for your U.S. company. This is part of our incorporation service for all of our company formation packages.
Registered Agent Services
If you’re forming a corporation or a limited liability company, you’ll need to select a registered agent for your business and provide the agent’s name and address on the formation documents you file with the state. We can provide this service on your behalf. We offer registered agent services in 50 states.
Bylaws and Resolutions
Bylaws and resolutions are the initial decisions of your corporation’s board of directors and basic "operating rules" of your corporation. As part of our U.S company formation services we will provide initial drafts of these on your behalf. This is part of our incorporation service.
As part of our service for our clients, where you select the option for a corporate kit, we will deliver your business incorporation documents, EIN tax ID forms and any additional selected supplements to you anywhere in the country (or internationally) as part of our service offering.
Business Tax Filing
Utilize our online federal business tax filing tools to file your business taxes for your U.S. company. Our online tax filing tools are specifically tailored to support non-resident owners of U.S. companies in the tax filing obligations.
Virtual Assistant Services
Our virtual assistants provide a dedicated U.S. phone number with intelligent and contextual call answering, transferring and handling on behalf of your company with our assistants being U.S. based and within U.S. time zones to help your company grow.
At this time, our banking partners are unable to support businesses that deal in providing or exchanging cryptocurrency, privately owned ATMs, money services, unlawful internet gambling, or cannabis sales.
Absolutely, infact, over 30% of all U.S. businesses have non-resident founders, members of shareholders. The U.S. economy is one of the most open and accessible in the world, which adds to the multiple benefits of investing and starting a venture in the U.S.
Absolutely! – Feel free to call into our front desk office at any time from Monday to Friday, 9am till 5pm MST (U.S. Mountain standard time) from any of the following numbers.
– Phoenix Headquarters: +1 (480) 719-1052
– San Francisco Sales Office: +1 (415) 802-0759
– London Sales Office: +44 (748) 080-0205
– Vancouver Sales Office: +1 (778) 907-6042
No it does not. Immigration law is completely independent of either company or asset ownership and they are not to be confused. If you own or setup a U.S. company, you must still go through all the correct legal channels to apply for immigration status into the U.S. – One option to look into that might help is the E2 investor visa.
There are a few ways to reach out. You can use our online chat on the website during MST office hours. You can also send us a contact form message here and you can also call us at one of our contact numbers which you can find here.
Phoenix Headquarters: +1 (480) 719-1052
San Francisco Sales Office: +1 (415) 802-0759
London Sales Office: +44 (748) 080-0205
Vancouver Sales Office: +1 (778) 907-6042
Well here do we start? – It really depends on what industry your business is involved in and where your current or potential customers are based. In addition, access to the U.S. financial system can help your business grow and expand.
When you form a U.S. company you potentially have access to the following services.
– U.S. banking institutions
– U.S. payment processors (such as Stripe)
– U.S. venture capital
– U.S. consumers and the wider U.S. economy
– U.S. companies for B2B businesses
– U.S. intellectual property an patent registration
– Many more benefits..
Unfortunately, we cant help you in this instance. We are partnered with banking institutions that require us to perform a specific amount of due diligence on our clients before we refer them to them. This means that we only refer clients to our banking partners when our clients have formed a company on our platform. We make no exceptions to this practice.
Generally speaking, we setup U.S. companies for established businesses looking to expand into the U.S. market, from the following sectors.
– Technology companies
– Fintech companies
– Ecommerce companies (Shopify and Amazon, etc.)
– Real estate investors
– Energy and innovation
– Recruitment and consultancy
– And more more…
We are based in downtown Phoenix, Arizona at;
One Renaissance Tower, 2 N Central Ave – #1800
United States of America
Yondaa, Inc. was formed in 2019, on the premise that it shouldn’t be complicated to start a business online in the U.S. from outside the country. In an age of increasing globalization, we believe that setting up a business in the largest free market in the world should be simple and free of red tape. That’s why our core service is removing bureaucratic complexity and packaging company formations into an easily manageable process where clients utilize our online platform to establish a U.S. business.
Our banking partners offer banking for U.S. corporations, LLCs, general partnerships and sole proprietors. We support business owners that are citizens of over 200 countries around the world, including Australia, New Zealand, Canada, United Kingdom, Singapore and more. To find out if your country of citizenship is supported please contact us here.
Forming a business is an ambitious and personal endeavor. We believe that our clients deserve the right to decide when and where they promote the launch of their new company so we keep our client portfolio private.
With that said, if your looking for references, we have hundred we can provide in multiple markets. Just contact us here to request them and we would be happy to provide them.
We are a leading online legal-tech platform that offers U.S. company formations in all 50 States for any type of business. Not only that, but we offer an excellent online platform to manage your documents, company mail and to keep your company compliant. Our prices are among the best in the industry and we also offer excellent customer service with all clients being assigned a dedicated account manager.
Download our U.S. Company Formation Brochure -
Access our 25 page brochure on setting up a company in the United States as a non-resident - A step by step overview of our legaltech company formation platform and services