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North Carolina Corporations

How To Form A Corporation In North Carolina

We form North Carolina corporations every day. We are a North Carolina corporations filing service. You can hire us to form a corporation in North Carolina for $100 plus state filing fees.

A North Carolina corporation is formed by filing articles of incorporation with the North Carolina Secretary of State, Corporations Division. Corporations in North Carolina have to have an appropriate ending on their name such as Inc, Corp, Incorporated or corporation.

Some NC Incorporation Options For You:

You can either save yourself some money by filing your North Carolina articles of incorporation yourself with the tools provided in the client account. We include the North Carolina articles of incorporation forms in your online North Carolina registered agent account. You also get filing tips and resources on how to file. You get access to this immediately after you sign up for our North Carolina registered agent service.

OR:

After you look around at the DIY option inside your client account; if you decide you don’t want to do the filing yourself, in a few minutes you can easily add our filing services for the state filing fees plus $100.

What now?

  • Sign up for our North Carolina registered agent service. You’ll be immediately logged into your online account.
  • You will see the state forms you file and tips on how to file right away. If you decide you don’t want to do it yourself, just click the add services tab inside your online client account, and you can add our north carolina corporations filing service in a few minutes. You’ll see real time status updates of our progress inside your online account.
  • As we form the North Carolina corporation, we write up your North Carolina articles of incorporation. Once completed, we file the documents with the state, make your initial incorporator resolutions, and provide you with North Carolina corporate bylaws. As soon as we’re finished, your documents are uploaded to your online account, emailed to you, and the hard copies are mailed.

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