New Business Formation

Starting a new business in the United States can be challenging. To ensure the success of your venture, we can help you with your business  formation by obtaining:

  • LLC or INC
  • EIN or Tax ID
  • Business license
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Business Formation


  1. Choose a Business Structure: The first step in starting a business is to choose a legal structure that best suits your needs. The most common structures in the USA include sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability company (LLC), corporation, and S corporation. Each structure has its own set of benefits, responsibilities, and tax implications, so it’s important to research and understand the differences before making a decision.

  2. Register Your Business Name: Once you have chosen your business structure, you need to register a business name. This is also known as obtaining a “Doing Business As” (DBA) name. You can register your name with the Secretary of State in your state of operation, or you can do it through a private registration service. You will need to choose a unique name that isn’t already in use by another business and ensure it complies with any state regulations.

  3. Obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN): An EIN is a unique identifier assigned by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to your business. This number is used to track your business’s financial transactions, including taxes. If your business has employees, you will also need an EIN to apply for a payroll account and remit taxes. You can obtain an EIN online or by mail.

  4. Create a Business Plan: A business plan is a written document that outlines your business goals, strategies, and financial projections. This plan is a valuable tool for securing funding and keeping your business on track. Your business plan should include an executive summary, company description, market analysis, organizational structure, product or service description, marketing and sales strategies, financial projections, and a funding request.

  5. Register for State and Local Taxes: Depending on your state and local regulations, you may need to register for state and local taxes. This may include sales and use tax, corporate income tax, or payroll taxes. You can register for taxes through your state’s Department of Revenue or Taxation.

  6. Obtain Required Licenses and Permits: Depending on your business type and location, you may need to obtain licenses and permits to operate legally. This can include licenses for selling specific products, using certain technologies, or operating in certain locations. You can find information on the specific licenses and permits required for your business type by contacting your state’s Department of Licensing and Regulation.

  7. Design a logo and mobile friendly website: Every business, whether online or retail, needs customers to find it. You can’t make sales if no one knows about you regardless of how good your products or services are. We are here to help you with a great looking website design and with marketing your business in your local area and city. Let’s put your business on the map.
  8. Establish a Bookkeeping System: It’s important to keep accurate financial records for your business, including income and expenses. This will help you keep track of your business’s financial health and make tax time easier. You can use manual or electronic bookkeeping methods, or hire an accountant to handle your finances.

  9. Secure Funding: Depending on your business needs, you may need to secure funding through loans, grants, or investment. It’s important to have a solid business plan and financial projections to secure funding. You can explore options such as small business loans, angel investors, or venture capital firms.

In conclusion, starting a new business in the USA requires careful planning, research, and compliance with regulations. By following these steps, you can ensure that your business is properly formed and set up for success. With a clear business plan, proper financial management, and a commitment to growth, your new business can thrive in the competitive US marketplace.