At Worldwide Fellow, our experts are readily available to assist our global clients to register a company in Delaware. The services include company formation, providing local nominee directors, and opening corporate bank accounts.
On average, your Delaware company can be registered within 3 working days upon submitting the necessary documents.
A Delaware offshore company refers to a business entity that is incorporated in the state of Delaware but operates outside of the United States. This type of company is popular among international business owners and investors for a number of reasons. Firstly, Delaware has favorable corporate laws and a business-friendly environment, making it easy to form and manage companies.
Additionally, Delaware is a tax-friendly state, with no corporate income tax for companies that do not conduct business within the state, making it a beneficial option for those looking to minimize their tax liability. Furthermore, Delaware offshore companies can be used for a variety of business activities such as holding assets, trading and investment. It is also important to ensure that the company’s activities are not in violation of any laws or regulations in the jurisdictions where it operates or conducts business. Overall, a Delaware offshore company can be a great option for businesses and investors looking to expand their operations globally.
Minimum of 1 Director
Minimum of 1 Local Director
Nominee Director Services Available
Minimum of 1 Shareholder
Minimum of 1 Corporate Secretary
Company Registration (Limited Liability Company)
Company Name Reservation
Preparation of all necessary documents of your company with the Registrar
Certificate of Incorporation
First Board of Directors Resolution
Provision of Registered Address
Annual Renewal Services
Point of Contact to Receive Notices from Local Authorities
Provision of Company Secretary for 1 year
Additional Services (Variation Order)
Company Rubber Stamp
Bank Account Opening Assistance
Virtual Offices Available
Annual Nominee Director Services
It is a flat fee imposed by the State for the right of owning a Delaware company. It is required to maintain the good standing of your company.
All companies in Delaware pays the Franchise tax, regardless of business model or income.
Yes, income generated from within the US is taxable.
However, foreign income sourced from outside of the USA is exempted.
Yes. Foreign corporate directors and shareholders are required to register for the Employer Identification Number (EIN).
Do speak with our team and we will gladly assist you.
Non-resident business members will not be issued an income tax number if the company does not have a business presence in the United States of America.
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