You might have the next great business idea to hit the market, but incorporation in Nevada takes time and a lot of attention to detail. Whether you’re ready right now or still in the planning phase of your project, you should know what to look for when it’s time to start up the official paperwork. In-state and out-of-state ventures have many different options for filing, but missing any step can delay or add expense to your costs.
Getting Started in Nevada
Turning your dream business plan into reality depends heavily on location and the limitations of your state’s local policies. Nevada’s business-friendly reputation encourages small business growth, but owners in other states can’t always move headquarters to take advantage of the positive market environment. By making incorporation available across Nevada state lines for businesses who establish minimum additional operations in-state, the state bridges this gap. No matter which state your business operates in physically, you can take a step towards scaling nationwide by first incorporating in Nevada.
If you do want to incorporate in Nevada, you’ll first need to obtain a business license. Then you’ll need to draft your articles of incorporation. The articles take about 2 to 3 weeks to process, but the entire incorporation process can take months if you go it alone. That’s why professional assistance is typically recommended.
How to Handle Delays
Even the most market-savvy maverick can struggle to locate, organize and submit every document required by the state to file for incorporation. Knowing which papers should be originals, which ones can be copied and what you might need to have notarized can be confusing if you go it alone. Saving yourself time and money can be as simple as choosing one of the package plans offered by Silver Shield Services to suit any filing needs. Professionals can guide you through every step of the process, may serve as proxies in certain situations and can help maintain your interests in Nevada while you keep everything running back home.
Finalizing the Process
After you’ve finalized incorporation in Nevada, you should keep all records and original documents in a secure and easy-to-access storage system. While this could include digital, cloud-based storage, you should also make sure personal and physical back-ups are accessible to you as well. For out-of-state businesses, a crucial step for sustaining in-state operations in Nevada depends on the proper monitoring and maintenance of filing requirements. Silver Shield’s service professionals work closely with business owners to make this transition and ongoing operational process smooth and effortless.
Remember, your time is the most valuable asset you have as an entrepreneur — be sure to save it by choosing professionals eager to win you back that time.