In Florida, a corporation or Limited Liability Company (LLC) for federal tax purposes requires articles of incorporation to be filed with the Florida Division of Corporations. The State of Florida requires a Registered Agent for contact purposes and the Registered Agent must have a physical address in Florida. After filing the articles of incorporation with the state, you need to acquire a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN) with the IRS. You are now officially an 1120 corporation and may take potential deductions to limit your tax liability.
If you prefer to be treated as an 1120S corporation, you must file Form 2553 with the IRS within two and one half months from the date your business incorporates.
Our firm can prepare all of the documentation for you and your corporation is generally ready for business in three to five business days. Our fee for this service including all state fees is $599.
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