|Service||Year 1||Year 2||Additional
|Registration||US $750||US $625|
|Certificate of Formation||Included|
|IRS and Corporate forms||Included|
|A Professional-Prepared 20 page LLC Operating Agreement - Ready for Signature||Included|
|Registered Agent Service until January
|State Filing Fee||Included|
|E-mail copy of Documents
|FedEx International Delivery||Included|
|IRS taxpayer identification number (EIN) Application (Form SS-4) - if outside the United States||US $250|
|Compliance Kit & Seal:
A vinyl binder that holds company minutes, bylaws, corporate seal, stock certificates, and stock record with regards to the history of a corporation or LLC and a hand-held
'raised seal' that is used to imprint the
corporate name, the year of formation and the state of formation.
A Notary, signed by the Secretary of State, to
authenticate documents for use in most foreign countries which accept the terms of the Hague Convention's international treaty.
|Statement of Organizer Listing
The Authorized Person/Organizer who signs
your Certificate of Formation will sign a statement listing initial Members (owners) of the LLC. This is sometimes requested by banks to show the organizer has fulfilled his duties and relinquishes further duties to the Members of the LLC. This is only an internal document and does not list the Members' names with the Secretary of State.
|Open Bank Account in Cyprus||Quoted for on a case by case basis|
|Compliance service charges||USD||Comments|
|Introduction Compliance Fee for New Clients.||US$230|
|Annual Compliance Review||US$120||Charged with June 2016 Company Renewal fee onwards.|
|Compliance Service Fee for all post company incorporation services involving new persons or legal entities.||US$60 – US$120||Price depends on complexity of the case.|
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