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GoDaddy a domain registrar and web hosting provider announced, They are now offering incorporation services, which gives businesses a easy and cost-effective way to incorporate a business.
This services will simplifies the process of transitioning a business into a corporation or LLC. To make use of the service, clients can log into the their accounts to answer the requiered questions.
Then GoDaddy will file the papers on their behalf and send the incorporation documents in a few weeks.
All applications are reviewed by experienced professionals to make sure it is submitted correctly and accurately.
As a large portion of GoDaddy’s clients are a small and medium businesses, this service certainly seems like a logical value-added service for GoDaddy customers.
“If you haven’t incorporated your businesses, you’re leaving yourself and your family open to unnecessary risk,” says Bob Parsons, Go Daddy CEO and founder. “Go Daddy wanted to help make the whole incorporation process affordable and painless, which is why we’re offering Incorporation Services.”
There are two levels for this service. The Economy plan priced at $99, plus state fees, and includes everything that is needed to incorporate a business and the Deluxe plan that cost $279, plus state fees, this includes also a Federal Employer Identification Number, an additional six Months of Registered Agent Service, and expedited shipping.