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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.
Washington electronic filing takes approximately 4 days.
Once the company comes to live, you will need a few things to make it comply with the Washington laws. Some are one-off and some on yearly basis. Our system will remind you at the right time, so no worries.
|For Seattle, WA (2010)
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Business Inventory Tax
Corporate Income Tax
Washington’s corporate tax structure consists of no corporate income tax. However, the state does impose a gross receipts tax composed of 20 separate rates ranging from 0.011% to 5.029% depending on the type of business activity.
Personal Income Tax
Washington levies no state personal income taxes, joining Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas and Wyoming as the only other states to do so.
Personal Property Tax
Property tax is collected on both a state and local level. State law requires assessors to appraise property at 100% of its true and fair market value.
Most personal property owned by individuals is exempt from tax; however, personal property tax applies to personal property used when conducting business or to other personal property not exempt by law. Washington does not impose a tax on intangible assets such as bank accounts, stocks or bonds.
State Sales and Use Tax
Base Rate: 6.5%
Machinery Rate: none
Washington provides exemptions for sales to manufacturers of processors of machinery and equipment used directly in a manufacturing operation or in research and development.
Washington charges new employers 2.07% until qualifications are met.
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