Fee schedule

Service Year 1 Year 2 Additional
Services
Comments
Registration US $750 US $625    
Name Search Included      
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
2014
Included      
State Filing Fee Included      
E-mail copy of Documents
(PDF/MSWord)
Included      
FedEx International Delivery Included      
Additional Services
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.
US$200      
International Apostille:
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.
US $200      
Statement of Organizer Listing
Members:
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.
US $100      
Bank Account
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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Cryptocurrency & ICOs as securities & virtual commodities as per Hong Kong law

Cryptocurrency & ICOs as securities & virtual commodities as per Hong Kong law

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New licensing regulations for Trusts & Service Providers in Hong Kong

New licensing regulations for Trusts & Service Providers in Hong Kong

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The terms of Hong Kong's new register of significant controllers and what it means for companies

The terms of Hong Kong's new register of significant controllers and what it means for companies

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The pros & cons of European Passport-by-Investment schemes

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Using the Cyprus Non-Dom scheme for beneficial tax planning

Using the Cyprus Non-Dom scheme for beneficial tax planning

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How are Cyprus banks handling the island's high rate of NPLs? Can more be done to combat them?

How are Cyprus banks handling the island's high rate of NPLs? Can more be done to combat them?

It is no secret that the Cyprus banking sector is struggling with the overwhelming level of Non-Performing Loans (NPLs), no matter the efforts exerted by the main banks in Cyprus by following conventional banking models to balance their profit/loss reports, NPLs remain to be the proverbial hole in the bucket.

Income tax exemptions for expats living in Cyprus: what are your options?

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The UK Persons of Significant Control Register & its impact on companies

The UK Persons of Significant Control Register & its impact on companies

The requirement to maintain a register of people with significant influence or control, more commonly known as the PSC register was introduced to mandate all unlisted companies in the UK, including LLPs and dormant companies to maintain a register identifying those with significant control over a company.