What are the Annual Costs Associated with a Delaware LLC?

What are the Annual Costs Associated with a Delaware LLC?

18.01.2021 08:17 by Clemta

Operating a Limited Liability Company includes several costs both fixed and variable. Mainly, these are franchise tax, registered agent fee, and annual income tax. Paying all your expenses and taxes on-time is vital to avoid any interests or penalties.

What are the Annual Costs Associated with a Delaware LLC?

You have been successfully operating your company, or you are curious about how much it costs to operate an LLC. Operating a Limited Liability Company includes several costs both fixed and variable. Mainly, these are franchise tax, registered agent fee, and annual income tax. Now, let’s look at these costs in more detail.

 

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  5. You have successfully minimized your costs and paid all relevant taxes.

 

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Following your incorporation processes, your LLC will be liable for a flat rated $300 franchise tax, annually. Along with the franchise tax, you need a registered agent pursuant to Delaware corporation law. Your registered agent will be the official contact person between you and the State of Delaware. Having a registered agent costs between $50-150, depending on your service provider.

Happy to announce that Clemta.com offers a solution, covering the registered agent fee and tax payment process. With Clemta you can now appoint a registered agent and pay annual taxes from anywhere in the world! For more information on how to appoint a registered agent and pay the annual taxes regarding your LLC through Clemta and how much it will cost you please check our Website or contact us through one of our emails [email protected] or [email protected].

Having considered you have successfully paid the franchise tax and registered agent fee on-time, additional liabilities might be imposed, depending on your operational and legal structure. Having an operationally active LLC will ensure you flexible taxation. You may choose to file taxes of your operationally active LLC, either on a disregarded entity basis or the C-Corp flat rated (currently a rate of 21%) taxation. A significant advantage of the disregarded entity taxation is, being able to file the taxes of your company with your personal income taxes, before the IRS. This taxation method will surpass double taxation, inherently.  Including a full-service taxation consultancy regarding your complex tax issues, Clemta offers a complete consultancy in terms of your incorporation and post-incorporation procedures. You may check our website and add required services to your cart with one-click, as your first step of the incorporation phase. Clemta will handle the rest for you.