US Company – Prestige, Convenience, Trust
Our company offers US limited liability companies (LLC) and US corporations in California, Colorado and Delaware. Take advantage of having a company incorporated in a respectable jurisdiction. Our packages include all documents required for opening a corporate bank account and starting your business.
Advantages of Forming a Company in the US
Respectable image of US legal entities
Directors and members may be residents of any country
No requirements of a minimum authorized capital
No requirement of issued capital
No restrictions of quantity of issued shares
Stable political environment and secure economy
Great investment opportunities
Well-developed financial services industry
Well developed professional infrastructure
Information about US Companies
In addition to the federal income tax, most individual US states collect a state income tax. Colorado state income tax rate is 4.63%. Delaware state income tax rates is 8.7%. California state income tax rate is 8.84%.
LLCs are not taxable entities and they are
classified as a disregarded entity. Income
(loss) is passed through to members, and members
pay taxes as individuals on their personal tax
returns. They can deduct LLC losses from other
sources of income. If members are non-US
residents, they are not liable for US taxes for
income derived outside of the United States and
passive income derived from the United States,
such as interest income, dividend income and
capital gains. Generally speaking, personal
services provided from abroad, selling digital
products, web design, and selling physical
products from outside the US are not
All non-residents who own a US LLC or corporation must file a 5472 US tax return with the IRS for disclosure purposes even if you do not owe tax in the US.
As a result, many non-US residents are exempt from US taxes or taxed at considerably reduced rates on income derived from US. Non-resident owners should be aware of the LLC tax implications in their local residence jurisdictions as the income derived from their US LLC may still be taxed in their country of residence.