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A New Company for a New Year
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A New Company for a New Year

By Andrew Millman Friday, December 16, 2016

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Did you know you can set up a new Delaware LLC or Delaware corporation so it’s ready for business at the start of 2017?


It’s actually a very good idea to file your new company before the first business day of the new year. We can help form and file a new Delaware LLC or corporation and save you hundreds of dollars at the same time.


Here’s how: Call us immediately and ask to form your new company in December but make the “effective date” January 1, 2017. This will give your company a start date of January 1, and will save you hundreds of dollars in Delaware Franchise Taxes. Since your company's start date will be in 2017, you won't owe Franchise Tax until either March of 2018 (for a corporation) or June of 2018 (for an LLC).


It will also make you eligible for our December discount of $100 off your filing fee, which will not be available in January. Watch this 30-second video for the details:


If you have any questions about setting up your new Delaware LLC or corporation, give us a call today. We can be reached at 1-800-345-2677, via Skype at Delawareinc or you can live chat with us from our homepage at


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