Form an Arizona Corporation
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Incorporate Your Arizona Business
First, as most importantly, thank you for choosing an Arizona business (us) to help you with incorporation. There are many out-of-state companies, some are not even in the U.S.A, and we appreciate you choosing us. We look forward to adding you to our contact list. We keep our money in Arizona, and if you’re here, so do you. You have our gratitude! We’ll treat you like a local business, because we are a local Arizona business.
There are many reasons to incorporate your business in Arizona, but the primary reason that people incorporate is to protect themselves from lawsuits.
A corporation is a “person” according to the Supreme Court, and is considered a separate legal entity from yourself. Even though you may own 100% of the stock, the corporation stands on it’s own- you are just a shareholder in your own corporation. The corporation has it’s own social security number- except it’s called an EIN, or an Employer Identification Number- just like a person does. If someone decides to sue you, they have to sue the corporation. They can take money and assets from the corporation, but your personal bank account is safe. If you are a contractor who operates as an individual (you supply a W-9 to people who hire you), you can be sued and all of your assets and bank accounts are available to the court.
Why take the chance? Incorporate and protect your family from devastating lawsuits.