The Massive Benefits of having a U.S. Company


If you are based outside the United States, whether in Canada, the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand or South America, there are many compelling reasons to establish a U.S. corporation or LLC (Limited Liability Company). Since 1997, Nevada Corporate Planners (NCP) has helped hundreds of business owners around the globe start their U.S. business and take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity to open up lucrative new income streams.

Here are just a few of the powerful reasons to form a U.S. company:


Online spending by U.S. consumers is at $183.9 billion and growing! One of the best ways to capture your share of this massive market is to have a U.S. company with a U.S. office. You might be surprised to learn how affordable and simple it can be to establish a U.S. presence that gives your business instant credibility. In most cases, U.S. consumers prefer not to risk dealing with customer service, return, refund or liability concerns in another country. With today’s search technology, it’s easy for them to click on the next listing and choose a U.S. supplier for similar products or services. As a result, you could be losing 20-40% of your sales every year, simply because your website doesn’t list a U.S. location!


In addition to the image benefits of having offices outside your home country, there are many practical advantages to establishing an international presence in the U.S. Most U.S. businesses prefer working with other U.S. companies to minimize tax and legal complications. Having a U.S. presence removes these barriers and can open up profitable new opportunities for joint ventures and strategic alliances. Potential partners are scanning your website right now to see if you have an office in the U.S. You could be losing revenue because of a perception issue that can be easily and inexpensively fixed!


Lawsuits are at an all-time high and one of the best ways to minimize risk is to spread it around. Holding parts of your business safely and securely in another jurisdiction can protect your assets from certain legal actions in your home country. A U.S. corporation or LLC can be a convenient way to reduce your legal exposure by separating your business and personal assets with a protective firewall. In some cases this strategy may even help you reduce insurance costs or increase your ability to secure business credit.


One or two percent may not sound like a lot, but when you multiply it by the number of  international transactions processed in a year it can make a huge difference in your bottom line. Setting up a U.S. entity for your business means that U.S. customers process payments through your U.S. merchant account. That can translate into big savings over the “international” credit card rates charged to process those same transactions in your home country.


Investors worldwide are quickly scooping up proprieties in regions that took a big hit back in the economic crash of 2008, including Las Vegas, Phoenix and parts of Florida. In fact, in the Las Vegas market alone, over 50% of homes under $200,000 are purchased by cash investors. A large portion of investors are based outside the U.S. The most advantageous way to invest in U.S. real estate is through a separate legal entity.

As you can see there are many advantages to establishing a U.S. presence for your business. The key is to do it now and do it right! When you live and operate outside the U.S. it can be hard to know where to begin. Too many business owners struggle through the process, only to discover later that they have tax issues with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) or unforeseen immigration or liability problems. NCP is aligned with the right legal, tax and immigration specialists to keep you in compliance as you get in position to take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity! We are the trusted experts.

These are just a few of the questions you may have when you contact NCP to schedule a Skype® session to review your situation:

  •  Which entity is best to operate in the U.S.?
  • Should you ever consider doing business in your own name?
  • What are your profit goals for your U.S. company?
  • How will this affect your choice of entity?
  • Which state is best for your situation (Nevada, Wyoming, Delaware, Florida…)?
  • When does a U.S. entity need to register in another state?
  • What are the federal tax compliance rules?
  • When does the 30% withholding come into play?
  • What are the U.S. tax treaties with your home country?
  • Will the U.S. income be double taxed or not? What are the rules and exceptions?
  • With a U.S. company will you need a work VISA?
  • What are the options for obtaining a work VISA?
  • What are your upfront costs to form a U.S. company (not just an entity online)?
  • What is sufficient for a U.S. address when developing trust in the U.S. market?
  • What are the steps to establish a U.S. bank account (do you have to travel to the U.S.)?
  • Is it possible to establish a U.S. merchant account without a U.S. partner?
  • What are the annual fees to maintain the U.S. company?
  • What resources does NCP offer to make this a turn-key process for you?


Contact NCP for a free consultation to establish a U.S. Entity

scott.letourneau.ncp (Skype®)


This is your opportunity to get authoritative, strategic and time-sensitive answers to all your questions about establishing a U.S. business presence. By the end of this information-packed session, you’ll know what your options are, which ones are best for your individual business situation and what steps to take to get started. Learn how you can establish instant credibility and open up massive new income streams in the U.S. market with simple, trustworthy and affordable solutions you can act on today!

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