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Need to set up a corporation for your new venture?

NOTICE: According to recent changes in state law, only attorneys can form corporations. If you are a business in South Carolina, you may wish to consider the LLC as a do-it-yourself option.

Quick Facts on South Carolina incorporation:

Initial state fee $110. Current South Carolina processing time is several weeks. Call (803) 734-2158 for more information.

Reduce Both Your Business Risk and Your Tax Bill!

Are you ready to incorporate your South Carolina business? You can use any one of several approaches. You can, for instance, pay a local attorney or accountant several hundred or even a few thousand dollars.

Another option: You can pay one of the online corporation services several hundred dollars.

Finally, you have a third option—one that’s not only the most economical option but also often the fastest South Carolina incorporation option. You can just incorporate your business yourself using my do-it-yourself South Carolina incorporation kit. You'll get your corporation setup quickly and you’ll save hundreds of dollars.

Here are the specifics. For $37.95 you can purchase the complete edition of the do-it-yourself South Carolina Corporation kit and then immediately download a 35+ page pdf document that discusses and describes the twin benefits of using a South Carolina corporation for your active trade or business. The kit explains in step-by-step fashion how to set up your South Carolina corporation in a few minutes, how to get a federal tax identification number for your new corporation so you can start banking and other financial activities, and how to elect to have your corporation treated for federal and state income tax as an S Corporation so you can maximize your tax savings.

Do It Yourself $37.95 South Carolina Incorporation Kit: Table of Contents:

1. Introduction

2. Understanding the twin benefits of incorporation

  • Limited liability protection
  • Tax benefits of corporations

3. Drawbacks of South Carolina incorporation

4. Steps for easily incorporating in South Carolina

5. Licensing a corporation in South Carolina

6. Quickly getting a federal employer identification number (EIN) for your corporation

7. Maximizing the tax benefits of your new corporation

  • Determining when a C corporation saves the most tax
  • Determining when an S Corporation saves most tax

8. Precise steps for electing S Corporation status for your corporation

9. Sample South Carolina corporation by-laws

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About the Authors: Carl Baranowski and Stephen L. Nelson

The Do-It-Yourself Limited Liability Company kits and Do-it-yourself Incorporation kits were written by CPA Stephen L. Nelson and attorney Carl Baranowski.

Stephen L. Nelson has been a CPA for twenty-five-plus years and holds an Masters in Business Administration in Finance from the University of Washington and a Masters of Science in Taxation from Golden Gate University. The author of numerous best-selling books about accounting and finance including all editions of the bestsellers QuickBooks for Dummies and Quicken for Dummies, Nelson taught limited liability company taxation in the graduate tax school at Golden Gate University.

An attorney for two-plus decades, Carl Baranowski has worked as a corporate counsel and as practicing attorney, serving both private and public companies in a variety of industries including technology and real estate. Baranowski holds a Masters in Business Administration and Juris Doctorate from Stanford University as well as two master's degrees and a bachelor's degree from South Carolina Institute of Technology. A past or current member of several state bar associations, he co-authored the popular legal reference, Representing High-Tech Companies (Law Journal Press, 2006).

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