You could use one of those online document services, for example. Or you can work with a local accountant. Or maybe an attorney. Perhaps both?
But here’s something really important you should know about setting up a West Virginia S corporation. It isn’t really that much work. No, really, it isn’t.
You can easily file the forms yourself and take the first step towards entrepreneurship with one of our s-corporation kits.
Our West Virginia S Corporation kit
If it’s your first time here, feel free to check out our resources below to see some of the data on tax savings for why we’d urge small businesses to consider making this tax election.
But here’s what our kit contains:
Instructions walking you through setting up the entity of your choosing, filing the forms required by the state of West Virginia, acquiring an employer identification number, and instructions on IRS Form 2553.
We even have samples of the state and federal documents you will need to file, for those who are more visual learners. There’s even entity governing documents so you can substantiate who manages what in your business — even if it’s just you, it’s good to have it in writing and our template makes it easy.
Click below to purchase our LLC version (if you aren’t sure which version to use, we recommend this one):
The corporation version is available here:
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How S Corps Are Taxed: Be sure you understand what you are getting into before you make the election.
DPAD: A Big Deduction for Some Small Businesses: You could save big if you manufacture, produce, or grow something.
What Sort of Accounting System Does a Small Corporation Need?: Please. Pretty please. Don’t just rely on receipts or Excel.