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The Nevada Myth: Rethinking the Nevada Corporation

October 30th, 2022

After you have decided that incorporating is beneficial for your business,Guest Posting some people consider incorporating in states outside of their home state. Most notably, Nevada has been promoted by many “incorporating services” as having incredible benefits as opposed to the client’s home state. Other states such as Delaware and more recently Wyoming have also received consideration for incorporating. In some cases, depending on the facts of your business, there are some benefits in forming an out-of-the-home-state corporation in states such as Nevada. However, in the majority of cases the benefits of forming a Nevada corporation is simply a myth and will often be more expensive and troublesome than filing in the company’s home state.

Law of the Land: Foreign Entities

This may be a surprise to many, typically, corporations will be governed under California law despite being incorporated in Nevada. Let’s assume you do file a Nevada, yet you operate all of your business in California. Under this scenario, you are deemed to be a “pseudo foreign” corporation. If the corporation is a pseudo foreign corporation, California law in many areas will supersede the law of the state where the company was incorporated in. (See California Corporation Code §2115(b)). Therefore, for companies entirely based in California and doing business in California, practically all of the claimed benefits of incorporating in Nevada are out the window. It should be noted that if a Nevada corporation operating in California fails to qualify as foreign corporation, it may be subject to a number of sanctions. (See California Corporation Code §§2203, 2258, 2259).

Nevada v. California

The benefits typically touted by a Nevada corporation are the following: lower costs; tax savings; and greater privacy. But is any of it true? Below we will discuss some of these issues.

Expense: Contrary to what many people believe, it is more expensive to file in Nevada than in California. Here are some of the additional expenses: the initial filing fee is more; the Statement of Information is much more; you will be required to file a Statement and Designation of Foreign Corporation in California; and you will be required to hire a Nevada Agent for Service of Process each year. For large clients, the additional cost (of approximately $500 more) is not a big consideration, but for smaller businesses every dollar counts.

Select a Debt Consolidation Loan Carefully

April 21st, 2022

If you own a house or condo in Nevada, you can take advantage of Nevada debt consolidation loans. Loans to consolidate your debt can lower your monthly bill payments by consolidating your high interest debt into one easy low interest rate payment. Your credit card bills, car payments, student loans and other debts may have interest rates well over 15%. Some of these interest rates may be so high that the balance keeps growing–even though you pay the minimum payment every month.

Consolidating your debt by taking a loan on your Nevada home can give you relief from high interest rates. This is because lower interest rates are typically given to debt consolidation loans backed by a Nevada property. You can then use the money you get from the consolidation loan to pay off other high interest debt, like credit cards. You then pay one monthly payment at this lower interest rate. Instead of wondering if you will ever catch up to that credit card debt, your monthly consolidation payment begins to erase that debt.

Select Nevada Debt Consolidation Loans Carefully

Finding the right Nevada debt consolidation loan for your situation may be confusing. The pressure of steep monthly bills may prompt you to take the first loan you come across to consolidate debt. But, like any important decision, research can pay off. You need to be aware of the fees and closing cost associated with the home loan and factor in those costs when trying to determine how much the loan may save you over time.

Today the internet provides you a very good resource to find the best available debt consolidation loans for your Nevada property. These online resources will give you offers from multiple lenders in your area that can be used to compare against the rates your get from your local bank. Debt does not have to cause sleepless nights. See if a low interest rate home loan can help you get rid of your high interest debt.