Company Formation and Registration Service Provider
is the trusted service partner and public records provider to law firms, financial institutions, accounting firms, and entrepreneurs.
TRUST IN OUR JURISDICTIONAL EXPERTISE
- Women-Owned Business
- Veteran-Owned Business
- Offices in Delaware, Colorado & Wyoming
- Nationwide UCC and Corporate Services
- Supports the Entrepreneurial Spirit!
- INCORPORATING THE WORLD, ONE COMPANY AT A TIME
Corp1 Delivers Service Beyond Expectations
The magic happens when a team comes together to deliver exemplary service in all 50 states every time. Corp1 lives and breathes this commitment to our people and our clients.
Are you ready to experience this on your next transaction or closing?
“Don’t ever promise more than you can deliver, but always deliver more than you promise.”
At Corp1, we don’t make promises we can’t keep, but we strive to deliver above and beyond your expectations. Our leadership has decades of industry experience, and our commitment to our people and clients knows no bounds.
Who will you trust for your next Service of Process, project, or closing? Contact us.
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Beginning January 1, 2024, all new entities (“reporting company”) have been tasked with filing a Beneficial Ownership Information Report (BOIR) with the U.S. Dept. of Treasury, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). This BOIR identifies the beneficial owners and anyone with “substantial control” of the reporting company. Since then, several
Delaware Annual Reports and Franchise Taxes are due March 1st for all active Domestic Corporations. Failure to file the report and pay the required franchise taxes will result in a penalty of $200.00 plus 1.5% interest per month on tax and penalty. It is imperative that the Annual Report
When it comes to business expansion and growth through mergers, choosing the right state for filing can be a critical decision. Wyoming, often dubbed the “Delaware of the West” due to its business-friendly environment, is increasingly becoming a preferred destination for companies seeking to navigate the complexities of mergers.
The Corporate Transparency Act will go into effect on January 1, 2024. Enacted in 2021, it aims to enhance transparency in entity structures and ownership to combat money laundering, tax fraud, and other illicit activities. Beginning January 1, 2024, all new entities (“reporting company”) will need to file a
Secure Business Filing prohibits business identity theft and business filings such as dissolution without your permission or knowledge. Colorado’s business entity laws were amended when the measures were enacted in 2022- SB22-034.This action puts restrictions in place so you can control who can submit filings or make changes on