Trust us: the incorporation process is a whole lot clearer with experts on your side.
At Frexito, we offer competitive Texas Incorporation and Texas Registered Agent services for a variety of organizations, including:
Our incorporation services in Houston have helped hundreds of companies stay in compliance with the Lone Star State’s rules and regulations. Let us do the same for you.
For over three decades, Frexito has mastered the ins and outs of conducting business in Texas. We’ll help you determine the best entity type for your company – whether it be incorporation or other. When it comes to Texas LLC filing, we’re experienced in navigating the process. We’ll deal with the nitty-gritty details of “limited liability partnership” – you focus on running your business.
Why incorporate in Texas? From a defensive standpoint, incorporation protects your business. Your “corporate” label (LLC, LP, LLP, Inc, etc.) shields you from personal liability concerning business debts. Additionally, it provides more flexibility with management protocols and styles. Talk to one of our consultants to learn more.
Don’t leave anything to guesswork when filing for business incorporation, in Texas or elsewhere. Let Frexito Group save you time (and pain) by avoiding expensive errors as you grow your business. We’ll swiftly steer you through the process of incorporating your company. Everything will be 100 percent compliant and legal – we guarantee.
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Give us a call at 832.677.6414 or schedule a free consultation. We’ll help you begin the process of business incorporation today.
1. How do I file for incorporation in Texas?
To incorporate in Texas, you’ll need to do a few things. First, pick your name and file for a “Certificate of Formation.” Then, you’ll need to appoint a registered agent and prepare your bylaws. After that, you’ll face meetings with directors, stock issuances, tax requirements, and other regulations. Sound like a headache? We’ll help.
2. How much does it cost to set up an LLC in Texas?
The basic price of setting up an LLC in Texas is $300. Foreign LLCs are $750. However, those aren’t your only expenses. In many cases, you’ll also need to hire an outside registered agent. Additionally, you’ll pay for things like certified copies of filing documents and certifications of status.
3. When should I convert from an LLC to an S Corp?
Traditionally, businesses (LLCs) netting more than $40,000 in income look into converting to an S Corp. This is better for tax purposes – the self-employment tax begins to exceed what you’d pay as an S Corp.