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  • South Dakota company

    Company for $328

    Starting your own startup was never easier. Set up your LLC or Corporation and get to work on your venture, we'll take care of the paperwork!


    South Dakota INC or LLC for $328. No hidden fees.

    All prices include All You Need Package so you don't have to worry about what is needed to start your own company. Just choose the right state and you're all set.

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    Complete Package

    Simple All You Need Package & logo for free

    Our All You Need Package containts everything to get you started. You pay a single price per state and we take care about the rest for you.

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    Process Explained

    The creation process

    We save your valuable time by doing what we do best – creating companies. There are five main steps and some related administrative that we cover for you.

    South Dakota regular filing time is approximately 4 days. Confirmation documents are mailed directly to your Resident Agent.

    Once your company is ready

    Once the company comes to live, you will need a few things to make it comply with the South Dakota laws. Some are one-off and some on yearly basis. Our system will remind you at the right time, so no worries.

    Why South Dakota

    Why incorporate in South Dakota?

    Most important statistics

    Cost of Living Index
    For Sioux, Falls, SD (2010) Index Score
    Composite 94.1
    Grocery Items 91.5
    Housing 86.6
    Utilities 101.6
    Transportation 86.9
    Health Care 102.2
    Misc. Goods & Services 100.6
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    Fees & taxes

    Business Inventory Tax
    South Dakota does not tax business inventories.

    Incorporate and Franchise Tax
    South Dakota has long held the position that if you earn money, you should be allowed to keep it. Therefore, the state does not tax corporate or personal income. Additionally, the state does not impose a corporate franchise tax.

    Municipal Sales Tax
    Approximately 53% of the cities/towns in South Dakota have a tax that is in addition to the state sales tax. The amount of the municipal tax varies from city to city.

    Personal Property Tax
    South Dakota has not taxed personal property since 1979. The only property tax you must pay is local taxes on real property, land and buildings.

    Real Property Taxes
    Local real property taxes in South Dakota vary from 1 ? 4% of the actual value of the structure, with most rates falling between 2-3% percent. However, five-year property tax abatements are available on new structures or additions to existing ones.

    State Sales and Use Tax
    Base rate: 4%
    Machinery rate: 4%
    A tax refund (sales, use, and contractor?s excise taxes) is available for new and expanding businesses with project costs exceeding $10 million. A refund of retail sales and service tax, use tax, and contractor?s excise taxes is also available for taxes attributed to the construction of a new business or expanded facility constructed for the processing of agricultural commodity, product or by-product. The project costs must be a minimum of $4.5 million.

    Unemployment Insurance
    South Dakota has the second lowest unemployment rate in the nation. The new employers’ rate is 1.9% for the first year and 1.7% for the second year.Special Licenses, Permits and Registrations. A special license or registration at the city, county, or state level may be needed depending upon the type of business you will operate.

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    EastBiz.com, Inc.
    5348 Vegas Dr.
    Las Vegas, NV 89108

    Phone: (702) 871-8678
    E-mail: help@incparadise.com

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