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Delaware regular filing takes approximately 3 weeks. Expedite filing about 48 hours.
Once the company comes to live, you will need a few things to make it comply with the Delaware laws. Some are one-off and some on yearly basis. Our system will remind you at the right time, so no worries.
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Business Inventory Tax
Delaware does not tax business inventory.
Corporate Franchise Tax
All corporations incorporated in the State of Delaware are required to file an Annual Franchise Tax report and to pay a franchise tax. The minimum tax is $35.00 with a maximum tax of $165,000.00.
Corporate Income Tax
The general corporation rate is 8.7%.
Gross Receipt Tax
Delaware assesses a gross receipts tax on the seller of goods (tangible or otherwise) or provider of services. Business and occupational gross receipts tax rates range from 0.096% to 1.92%, depending on the business activity.
Personal Income Tax
Variable. The income tax rate starts at 2.2% for income starting at $2,000 and going up to $5,000. Income over $60,000 is assessed at 5.95%.
Personal Property Tax
Delaware does not assess a state-level tax on real or personal property. Real estate is subject to county property taxes, school district property taxes, vocational school district taxes, and if located within an incorporated area, municipal property taxes.
State Sales and Use Tax
Delaware does not levy a general sale or use tax.
Delaware’s new employers pay 2.5% for 2 years.
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