• 3755 Washington Blvd Ste 4 So. Ogden, UT 84401

Get down to business

There is more than one way to officially set up a business. We are here to make sense of them all so you can start on the right path or scale to the next level. We will check if your company name is available, and file all the required forms. Together, let’s make your business official.


Get all the essentials, all in one place

    Whether it’s an EIN, operating agreement, registered agent, business licenses even tax advice that you need, get them all when you file with us


  • Business Structure Registration
  • Business Name Registration
  • Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)
  • Federal Permits
  • State Liceses
  • Business License
  • Set up an account and record-keeping
  • Business Insurance
  • LLC Operating Agreement
  • By Law

Frequently asked questions

Both protect owners so they're not personally on the hook for business liabilities or debts. But, key differences include how they're owned (LLCs have one or more individual owners and corporations have shareholders) and maintained (corporations generally have more formal record-keeping and reporting requirements). Even though LLCs are considered easier to start and maintain, investors tend to prefer corporations.

The way you're taxed. C corporation income is taxed twice—the business pays taxes on its net income, and then the shareholders also pay taxes on the profits they receive. With S corporation income, only the shareholders pay taxes on profits received.

Personal liability protection. An LLC protects owners from being personally on the hook for business liabilities or debts. A sole proprietorship doesn't.

LLCs, S corporations, and sole proprietorships are taxed once on profits received. C corporations are taxed twice; the business pays taxes at the corporate level, and shareholders pay taxes on income received.

LLCs and corporations. You don't get personal liability protection with sole proprietorships or DBAs.

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