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Do I need a lawyer to Incorporate in Texas?

The short answer is no.  The state of Texas does not legally require a lawyer to form a Texas Corporationmore...

Do I have to Reserve a Company Name before I Incorporate in Texas?

You are not legally required to reserve a Company Name for a new Texas Corporation before you submit your application to Incorporate in Texas.  more...

What if the Texas Corporation Name I want is already taken?

If the Name you have chosen for your new Texas Corporation is already in use by a currently active Texas Corporation or LLC, and you still want to use that Corporation Name, then you will have to register a DBA Name with the Texas Secretary of State.  "DBA" is an abbreviation for "Doing Business As."

In Texas a DBA Name is called a Assumed Name.

We verify that the Name you have chose for your new Texas Corporation is available before we submit your Incorporation filing to the Texas Secretary of State.  If necessary we can register a Assumed Name in Texas for you so that you can open your new Texas business as quickly as possible.

What do I have to do to Incorporate in Texas?

8 things you have to do in order to Incorporate in Texas.
  1. Choose a name for your Texas Corporation
  2. Select an official address and a Registered Agent for your Texas Corporation
  3. Choose a Board of Directors for your Texas Corporation
  4. Decide who will be Officers for your Texas Corporation
  5. Determine how you want your Texas Corporation to be taxed
  6. File Articles of Incorporation with the Texas Secretary of State
  7. Get a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)
  8. Issue Stock Certificates to the Initial Shareholders

What do I have to do after I form my Texas Corporation?

6 things you have to do after you Incorporate in Texas.
  1. Conduct an initial Meeting of the Board of Directors and adopt Corporate Bylaws
  2. Open a Business Bank Account in Texas for your TX Corporation
  3. Obtain Business Licenses from the cities and counties in which you plan to do business
  4. Hold Meetings of Shareholders and Directors of each year.
  5. File the required Texas Corporation reports
  6.  Keep proper records of your Texas Corporation on file

What information do I need in order to Incorporate in Texas?

In order to Incorporate in Texas you'll need certain specific information about your new Company including the Corporation name and address; and Registered Agent information.

How long does it take to Incorporate in Texas?

Processing times for new Texas Corporation applications vary depending on the work load of the Secretary of State's staff.  We've found that normal processing of new Texas Articles of Incorporation takes the state around 5-7 business days.  Add 2-3 days for the time period for shipping the final documents by mail.  Choosing our Express Mail option can shave a couple of days off the total processing time for your Texas LLC.
We are dependent on, and have no control over, the staff and systems of the Texas Secretary of State.

In our experience 5-7 business days is the time it usually takes the Texas Secretary of State to process a new Texas Corporation application. We get your Texas Corporation application to the TX Secretary of State ASAP. Once it is at the state we have no control over the new Texas Corporation application process.

Are there any Expedited Processing Options for new TX Corporation Filings?

For an additional $25 the Texas Secretary of State will guarantee processing your application for a new Texas Corporation within one day.

How much does it cost to Incorporate in Texas?

The state of Texas charges $317.00 to Incorporate in TX.  If you choose All Business Documemnts to help you Incorporate in Texas our processing fees are $125.00.  This includes:
  • Same day processing in of your new Texas Corporation order
  • TX Name Check and Reservation
  • Prepare Articles of Incorporation
  • File Articles of Incorporation with the Texas Secretary of State
  • Certified Copies of Articles
  • Texas Corporation Checklist
  • Priority Mail Delivery
  • Unlimited Customer Support

What is a Texas Professional Corporation?

Generally, if you are required to obtain some kind of license before you can market your skills in the state of Texas then you will most likely need to form a Texas Professional Corporationmore...

Texas Foreign Corporation Qualification

You want to do business in the state of Texas but are registered as a Domestic Corporation in another state.  In order to legally conduct business in the state of Texas you must register with the Texas Secretary of State as a Texas Foreign Corporation. more...
For $125 our Texas Incorporation services include:
 Same day processing   explain
 TX Name Check and Reservation
 Prepare Articles of Incorporation
 File Articles of Incorporation
 Certified Copies of Articles
 TX Corporation Checklist
 Priority Mail Delivery
 Unlimited Customer Support
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 Expedited Service $25   explain
 Express Mail $50   explain
 S-Corporation Election $30   explain
 TX Registered Agent $135   explain
 Customized Bylaws $75   explain
 TX Good Standing Certificate $39   explain
 Federal EIN $65   explain
 TX Corporation Kit and Seal $75   explain
 Business License Research $150   explain
Processing fees $125.00
Texas incorporation fees $317.00
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Total cost $442.00
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  • We start processing your Texas Corporation order as soon as it arrives.
  • We get your documents to the Texas Secretary of State in the quickest possible way.  If we receive your order before noon Texas time we will submit your Texas Corporation application to the Secretary of State on the same day we receive it.
  • We guarantee our work.  If you're not satisfied with our Texas Incorporation services we will refund 100% of your processing fees.
  • We've been helping businesses Incorporate in Texas for over ten years.  Our A+ BBB rating speaks for itself!

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