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BUILD YOUR BUSINESS WITH A SHELF COMPANY FILED IN CALIFORNIA

FOR ENTREPRENEURS THAT MUST DO BUSINESS FROM CALIFORNIA  .  START TIME IN BUSINESS WITH AN AGED SHELF COMPANY FILED INTO CALIFORNIA

Twelve year old shelf company starting at $2395.  Ask for the list here.   

CALIFORNIA SHELF COMPANY, TWELVE YEARS OLD, REQUEST THE LIST
How to build corporate credit in California with an aged shelf company.
  • Need a lease for your business?  Time in business is a significant factor in obtaining a lease for retail space, industrial space, or office space.
  • Seeking business credit?  Time in business should be at least two years of age at the minimum.  The company should be at least three years of age.
  • Looking to overcome sales objections?  Don't let your business be treated as a "lesser" because it's new.  Rather, start with an aged company for years of time in business.
  • Want to compete with established competitors?  You need an aged shelf company.
  • Time in business is a significant issue in sales and marketing.
  • Open bidding opportunities.

What's available and at what pricing?  All of our companies are unused, clean, litigation-free, and debt-free.

  • 2017 Shelf Company $1400
  • 2016 Shelf Company $1500
  • 2015 Shelf Company $1600
  • 2007 Shelf Company $2395

Don't pay too much for an aged shelf company. 

  • Stop donating money to your local incorporator.  Keep the difference and take someone out to dinner.  The difference is enough for a cruise for two.  Why not go to the Bahamas!
  • Buy a good clean shelf company for $1400.00, and then file that company into California.
  • The incorporators don't deserve the money.  $3000 is way too much for a three year old shelf company, in any state.

Don't buy a shelf company that was initially filed in California.  Why?

  • California is a political, economic and legal mess from end to end.  They tax you to death and they don't protect your property rights.  In fact, they look after the lawyers in California rather than the business owners.  Proof:
    • California lawyers promote incorporating in California.
    • California lawyers routinely attack the corporate veil of California companies.  This means that the lawyers set aside the company, as if its not there, to go after your person assets.  What's their goal?  Lawyers seek to collect after your personal assets as well as the assets in the company.
    • The California Franchise Tax Board charges over $800 per year for any corporation or LLC doing business in California.
    • California has no money.  They are a mess.  They have long wait lines to file anything. 

Don't start your business with an aged California company!  Buying a shelf company from California means you are paying the previous years' filing fees AND the premium for its age.  Since the California state filing fees, and maintenance fees are super high, this means the cost of the California shelf company will be astronomical. We are about to explain how to obtain a low cost shelf company and then file it in California, if that's where you intend to do business.

If you buy a shelf company that was initially filed in California, you are unwittingly doing the following:

  • Don't spend too much money for a California shelf company!  Why spend $3000 - $8000?  Spend $1400 for a clean, ready-to-go, four year old shelf company and then file it in California.  The age will be respected and you don't need to deal with back fees with the California Franchise Tax Board.

What's the difference between a California shelf company and an out-of-state company filed in California?  Let's compare:

California Shelf Company (bad idea) An Out-Of-State Company Filed in California
The company was initially filed in California.  The incorporator is going to charge you for the following:
  • Previous years' filing fees.
  • Risk premium of $1000 per year for every year the company was in good standing.
  • This means you may up paying $3000 for a three (3) year old shelf company.
  • Sellers of shelf companies in California usually didn't file with the CA Franchise Tax Board.  That means you'll be smacked with penalties for filing "late."
  • A CA shelf company with an EIN is the worst situation.  This means the CA franchise tax board and the State of CA will charge penalties, interest and will subject you to high rates of audit.
  • The seller didn't pay the CA Franchise Tax Board?  After you buy the company, the franchise tax board may suspend the company for non-payment.
  • The sellers of CA shelf companies don't file county or municipal business licenses.  This means the company is in arrears by the time you buy it.
This is the best option.  Obtain an out-of-state shelf company, where the annual maintenance fees are lower.  Then file the company in California.  The result is the following:
  • You acquire a twelve year old company starting for $2295.
  • The total accumulated filing fees that are passed onto to you is much lower.  This means a lower quote on the shelf company that you pay.
  • Less risk for the seller, which means that you can acquire the shelf company for even less.
  • This is much less than the $3000 to $5000 that others will quote you.
  • Apply for the EIN right after you acquire the company, then file the company in CA, and then file with the CA Franchise Tax Board.  No problem.  You remain compliant, no back taxes, no penalties, and no interest to pay.
  THE RESULT? 
  • You're able to compete against established competitors in your area.
  • Land contracts and sign sales quicker and easier, with less objections and more credibility.
  • Increase revenue into the business bank account.
  • Easier financing.
  • Pay less than obtaining a California born shelf company.  This leaves more money for marketing, research, organization, or family.  California will recognize the out-of-state company just the same as any company that was initially filed in California.  Your benefits are the same while paying much less for the total cost of the company.  And there's no risk of penalties and interest when acquiring an out of state company that you'll file in CA.
  • More secure corporate veil. 

What States Should I Consider When Buying the Company?

Obtain a shelf company from a state that requires a low annual filing fee to maintain the company, respects your property rights, and doesn't require disclosure of the owners of the company on public record.  Montana corporations are ideal.  The annual filing fee is $20 per year.  The New Mexico LLC's work great in California as well.  There's no annual fee for a NM LLC.

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