STATE AGENT AND TRANSFER SYNDICATE IS NOW IN WYOMING

 

As of July 1, 2015, the Nevada Secretary of State increased ALL list fees by $25.00. The Legislature has also made an increase to ALL Profit Corporation business license fees. The fees increased from $200.00 to $500.00!

The new fee to renew a corporation starts at $650.00 annually, depending on the capitalization of the company.

 

State Agent now offers the same services in Wyoming as we do in Nevada!

To better service our clients who are not physically located in Nevada, we have established an office in Cheyenne, Wyoming.

See the benefits for yourself: soswy.state.wy.us or call us with your questions 800-253-1013.

 

We can assist you in changing the domicile of your company from Nevada to Wyoming.  We can also form new companies if you are just getting started in business.

Since we are not Attorneys, we do recommend that you consult your legal and accounting professionals for advise and direction.

 

We understand how important it is to watch over your monies, for this reason, we have established ourselves in Wyoming to benefit YOU and your business.

 

NOTICE OF NEVADA STATE TAX LAW CHANGES

STATE OF NEVADA

DEPARTMENT OF TAXATION

Web Site: http://tax.nv.gov

1550 College Parkway, Suite 115

Carson City, Nevada 89706-7937

Phone: (775) 684-2000 Fax: (775) 684-2020

LAS VEGAS OFFICE

Grant Sawyer Office Building, Suite 1300

555 E. Washington Avenue

Las Vegas, Nevada 89101

Pho ne: (702) 486-2300 Fex: (702) 488-2373

RENO OFFICE

4600 Kietzke Lane

Building L, Suite 235

Reno, Nevada 89502

Phone: (775) 687-9999

Fax: (775) 688-1303

HENDERSON OFFICE

2550 Paseo Verde Parkway, Suite 180

Henderson, Nevada 89074

Phone: (702) 486-2300

Fax: (702) 486-337 7

NOTICE OF NEVADA STATE TAX LAW CHANGES

If you are a business that realizes Nevada Revenue, you may be subject to the Commerce Tax

enacted by the Nevada Legislature in Senate Bill No. 483

The Commerce Tax is a gross revenue tax on each business in this State whose Nevada gross revenue in a

fiscal year exceeds $4,000,000. The fiscal year begins on July 1, 2015.

The tax is imposed on any business entity engaged in an activity with the object of gain, benefit, advantage,

either direct or indirect, to any person or governmental entity. Exemptions may apply.

The tax is collected annually by the Department of Taxation with the first return and payment due on

August 15, 2016 for July 1, 2015-June 30, 2016. All businesses are required to file the Commerce Tax

Return Form annually regardless of whether they have taxable liability.

The tax is based on Nevada Gross Revenue as defined in section 8 of Senate Bi11483, sitused to Nevada

pursuant to section 22 and may include various adjustments to that amount pursuant to section 21 of the bill to

the extent they are adjustments for your business in Nevada.

The rate is based on the industry in which the business entity is primarily engaged based on a company’s

NAICS code.

Businesses subject to the Commerce Tax will be entitled to a credit toward their Modified Business Tax

(MBT) ‘liability equal to 50% of their Commerce Tax liability beginning the first quarter after the first

payment of the Commerce Tax. The credit toward the MBT may be used only for four quarters after the

Commerce Tax was paid. Example: If a company paid $5,000 in Commerce Tax on August 15,2016, the

company could begin using the $2,500 credit on the next quarterly MBT return due October 31, 2016 and

could use the credit for MBT liability through the June 30, 2017 quarter.

If your business is currently registered with the Department of Taxation, you will receive future information

regarding industry classification and filing directions. If your business is currently not registered with the

Department of Taxation, you can register after January 1, 2016 through the Department’s online web-service at

www .nevadatax.nv.gov

You will also be able to download the paper registration form and mail it to the Department at the following

address:

Nevada Department of Taxation

1550 College Parkway, Suite 115

Carson City, NV 89706

Modified Business Tax Rate Change

As of July 1, 2015 the rate for general business is 1.4 7 5% with an exemption of $50K per quarter. The rate for

financial institutions and any entity subject to the Net Proceeds of Minerals Tax is 2% with no exemption.

For more information, please visit our website http://tax.nv.gov/ or contact our call center at (866) 962-3707.

 

NOTICE: this information is provided by the State of Nevada, Department of Taxation, mailed to entities doing business in the State of Nevada. This is a scan of the notice in its exact form, unaltered (with the exception of red highlight and underline) by State Agent and Transfer Syndicate, Inc.

IRS NONPROFIT EZ 501 APPLICATION

“The new Form 1023-EZ, available today on IRS.gov, is three pages long, compared with the standard 26-page Form 1023. Most small organizations, including as many as 70 percent of all applicants, qualify to use the new streamlined form. Most organizations with gross receipts of $50,000 or less and assets of $250,000 or less are eligible.

 

The change will allow the IRS to speed the approval process for smaller groups and free up resources to review applications from larger, more complex organizations while reducing the application backlog. Currently, the IRS has more than 60,000 501(c)(3) applications in its backlog, with many of them pending for nine months.”

We have included the link to this page for the interested parties to utilize.

http://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/New-1023-EZ-Form-Makes-Applying-for-501c3Tax-Exempt-Status-Easier-Most-Charities-Qualify

Nevada NonProfit Charitable Solicitation

Nevada Non Profit Charitable Solicitation

The Secretary of State of Nevada now requires that ALL NON PROFIT entities supply either a Charitable Solicitation or Exemption from Charitable Solicitation Registration Form at the time of filing the Annual List.

State Agent and Transfer Syndicate, Inc. prepares all documentation and sends the renewals to the clients at least 6 weeks prior to the deadline for the filing. In that renewal, we supply our clients with BOTH forms to ensure that our clients are receiving all the documents necessary to remain compliant with the Nevada Revised Statute (NRS CHAPTER 82).

As your Registered Agent, we make every effort to provide the highest level of customer service for our clientele.

We’re in the Business of your business, forming Corporations, Limited Liability Companies and Limited Partnerships in Nevada, as well as providing Registered Agent Services so you don’t have to filter the minutia of paperwork.

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Registered Agent Selection

Selecting a Registered Agent can be as easy as closing your eyes and choosing the name in the phone book.

But…

  • How much will it cost annually?
  • Is your company more or less important than the others represented?
  • What does the service provide for your benefit?

So many times people call our office “shopping” for a Registered Agent. Sure, we want you to choose us, but we also want you to make your decision based on your needs.

At State Agent and Transfer Syndicate, Inc. we consider customer service our number one, top priority. Handling your filings is what we “do”, making our clients happy is what we like.

Check out our website at www.stateagent.com

Call us at 800-253-1013 with any questions; we are interested in helping you make your Nevada Business successful! Read more

What’s Your Name On?

As a consumer, I personally decline when asked for my email or phone number at the close of a purchase. Why? Well, when it gets right down to it, my email is overflowing with spam that the filter does not catch, my phone is for those who I want to keep in contact with and my mailbox is for letters, bills and birthday cards.

Signing up to win stuff is a fun idea or dream, but I refuse to sign up for a “game” because so many companies sell their customer information to the public.

Incorporating can put your name out on Public Record as well, but when you choose to utilize the services of State Agent and Transfer, you will find that you have options. We actually encourage you to use our office address when submitting your documents to the Nevada Secretary of State.

In our office we go to great lengths to help to keep your information private. We actually protect your name and address from telemarketers and publications. IT’S NOT FOR SALE!

Our clients use our address and minimize sifting through the mass amounts of junk mail received because we only forward first class mail to the directed location.

To further protect our clients, we shred all undesirable mail with a professional company who provide medical grade shredding services.

So ask yourself, what’s my name on?

Please contact our office with any questions you may have.

Cost Benefit

Would you insure your home with the cheapest insurance available? Would you search the internet and obtain services without actually talking with a representative? NO WAY! Your valuables are priceless and irreplaceable. We look at your business in the same way; our clients are the foundation of our business.

Our Registered Agent rates have remained the same since the 80’s. Without price increases to our service, we maintain over 85% of our clientele based on service and quality. Broken down, our annual fees are $10.42 per month, pretty inexpensive when you look at the service you receive:

  • First Class Mail Forwarding
  • Use of our address for privacy
  • Renewal  documentation
  • Reminder Calls
  • Reminder Emails

Just to name a few!

Most of us spend more per month at the local coffee shop than actually looking at the cost benefits of having our business with a reputable Registered Agent.

So what’s important to you? Contact us today to see if WE are a right fit for YOU.

IRS Resources

Owning your own business is not the easiest venture. It is more of an AD-venture when you really look at it. Always, there is something that needs to be done, clients to tend to and bills to pay. But with all of the items that require attention, your taxes should be at the top of that list this time of year.

The IRS, offers “little helpers”, keeping you on task for deadline filings.  A useful calendar with details for form filings and requirements can be located here. Planning ahead and organizing your accounting is helpful, too. At the end of the year, having all receipts logged, allocated and accounted for will help your tax advisor with their job if there is allot of detail. And, if required, filing an extension is not necessarily a bad thing as long as your taxes are filed by the extended deadline.

Being prepared is the key. Having a plan with your bookkeeper or tax specialist will help with the stress of impending deadlines to the Internal Revenue Service. A small business or incorporated business can take specific deductions; talk with your tax preparer to see what you are eligible for.

Though State Agent and Transfer Syndicate, Inc. offers no legal advice, accounting advice or direction, we can refer you to an Attorney, Accountant or Enrolled Agent to better assist you with your needs. Contact Us