Setting up a New Jersey S Corporation
New Jersey wins the prize for having the longest, most complicated forms for incorporation. However, small business owners should still consider do-it-yourself incorporation. If a business owner takes his or her time and carefully completes the state-provided forms, he or she can absolutely do the incorporation themselves—and with tremendous savings both in terms of time and in terms of money.
Our New Jersey S Corporation kit
To help New Jersey small business owners who decide to take on this modest challenge, therefore, we provide two downloadable kits with complete instructions, sample forms, and boilerplate governing documents (either an LLC operating agreement or sample corporate bylaws depending on the version of the New Jersey kit selected).
Note: You can use either a limited liability company or a corporation as the starting point for an S corporation which is why we provide two kits: one that lets you create an S corporation with an LLC and one that lets you create an S corporation with a traditional corporation. Most attorneys and accountants recommend small businesses use the LLC as the starting point, by the way, because the LLC is harder to “break” (in terms of voiding its liability protection) and because the LLC can be (for tax purposes) temporarily treated as sole proprietorship or partnership at the beginning of its life.
The LLC version of our s-corporation kit is available by clicking the button below:View Cart
If you want to use a traditional corporation as the base for your s-corporation, check out this link:View Cart
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