Direct Incorporation is a familiar name in the LLC registration industry, having been started by a father, son and small group of local attorneys in 2003 and surpassed the 40,000 client milestone a mere eight years later. It proudly offers not just comprehensive LLC incorporation packages, but also expertise in logo design, trademarks, websites and more. It has also invested more than half a million dollars in website software and technology.
In 2010, Direct Incorporation was listed on Inc 5000 as #209 in the Business Services category, which recognized it as one of the country's fastest growing companies, and in more recent years, it continues to enjoy an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau and Norton Secured status. It is also a verified Authorize.net merchant, meaning you can be confident that your information will be kept safe.
Direct Incorporation enables its clients to form an LLC, S-Corp or C-Corp in any state, and provides associated services like logo design and a company website and email. Even those choosing the most basic LLC registration service benefit from such services as a preliminary name check and Articles of Incorporation completion, higher-level packages offering the likes of Operating Agreements and corporate documents and minutes.
The Standard package costs $139 plus state fees, and offers such perks as A+ live customer support and real-time online access to the Client Resource Center. Opt for the $297 Premier plan, and not only do you get all of the advantages of the Standard package, but you'll also get the likes of 20 stock certificates and an LLC seal with your company name.
|Package||Annual Price||Extras Included|
|Standard||$139||Live customer support|
|Premier||$297||Boxed corporate records binder|
|Elite||$383||Website and stock logo|
The Direct Incorporation website is highly informative about the three corporate forms of S Corp, C Corp and LLC, with a useful comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of each. The site is also logically laid out, easy to navigate and provides information on why you should incorporate, along with the applicable state fees.