Business Formation Services

Your business. Our resources.

Easy to form, simple to maintain.

Quality Business Services (QBS) was created to provide our customers the ancillary services their growing company needs in order to be successful. This includes helping take the first steps to becoming a formal business entity. Whether you are interested in a partnership, corporation, limited liability company (LLC) or other entity, QBS has the resources to make your vision a reality. Additionally, we can assist in procuring a Federal EIN (employer identification number).  Call one of our QBS Consultants to discuss setting up your business entity today at (844) 637-8103 or send us an email at qbs@qualitycompaniesllc.com.

Follow these three simple steps for success.

  1. Answer a few questions in as little as 15 minutes.

2. We’ll collect your documents and file them for you with the Secretary of State.

3. We’ll mail you the completed package for your Limited Liability Company.

Understanding the difference between LLC and Corporation.

LLC

Fewer formalities and legal requirements
Meaning you don’t have to hold board meetings to make a decision.

Ease of setup and management
The easiest and most flexible way to launch your business.

Corporation

You’ll need to raise money from outside investors
The stricter formalities give investors the knowledge needed to know how your running your company.

Plan to go public in the near future
“Going public” is the best way to attract investment capital.

Enrollment Form

Name *

First Name

Last Name
Phone *
(###) ###-####
Email Address *
Do you have a registered agent? *
If yes, Name of Registered Agent: *
Will your business operate in cargo transportation via truck? *
Entity Filing State *
What would you like to name this LLC? *
Most states require "LLC", "LC" or some form of Limited Liability Corporation.
Address *
Please include street, state, and zip code.
Is this a new business you want to create? *
How many owners will this business have? *
Will this business have employees in the next twelve months? *
Will your business automatically dissolve on a certain date? *
What is the last day of the business's fiscal year? *
Full Name of Owner *
Who will manage this business? *
Do you want to obtain a Federal Employer Identification Number (EIN)? *
Who will manage this business? *
Will this business own a vehicle that weighs more than 55,000 lbs. and is designed to transport loads on the highway? *
Will this business operate a casino or be involved with gambling or wagering? *
Will this business make or sell firearms, tobacco, or alcohol? *
Will this business sell goods that are subject to excise tax? *

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