Florida LLC tax advantages

Are you aware of the safe and completely discreet tax strategy that offers tremendous savings in income taxes for companies located outside the United States?
You can benefit from this opportunity to reduce your income taxes significantly. Our U.S. Limited Liability Company (LLC) strategy is an often-overlooked means of delivering an enormous tax advantage. Of course, it must be carefully and appropriately implemented. This strategy is already being successfully used by companies around the world.

We specialize in the formation of U.S. companies to be used in international tax planning strategies. Over the past 7 years, we have helped thousands of foreign companies save hundreds of thousands of dollars. This strategy can significantly increase your income.

Below are materials describing the U.S. LLC strategy, as well as case studies showing this strategy in operation. These documents help explain how our services might be integral to reducing your taxes.

This is an unique opportunity for you to offer yourself an effective international tax strategy.

How you can benefit by forming a tax-free US company


The U.S. Limited Liability Company (LLC) is becoming an essential international tax planning tool through the advantages of “flow-through” taxation. Like a U.S. corporation, the LLC provides protection from liability, but for tax purposes it is treated like a partnership. This means the LLC itself pays no income tax. Instead, all income and expenses “flow” directly to the owners.

By forming and using a U.S. LLC in conjunction with an offshore company, you can combine the best of both the onshore and offshore worlds. A carefully LLC will enable you to avoid the increased scrutinity of offshore companies and gain the acceptability of a U.S. Company with the tax advantages of an offshore company.

How does it work

For a U.S. LLC to be tax free in the United States, the LLC must meet the following requirements: it must have no income or expenses in the U.S., and it must be owned by a foreign Company or by a non-U.S. citizen who lives outside the U.S.

Once established, you do business with your U.S. Company counterpart by receiving invoices from and making payments to the U.S. Company. The U.S. LLC, in turn, deposits the funds in its bank account. The money is transferred to your offshore Company’s bank account. You can then spend or invest the money tax free.

Our firm specializes in the formation of U.S. companies for use in international tax planning strategies.

We have implemented our unique approaches for helping foreign companies achieve tax advantages for the past 7 years. Our services include all of the necessary elements to form your U.S. LLC and maximize your success by creating a “believable image” that will avoid the scrutiny of tax authorities.

A tax haven for non-US residents

Advantages to incorporate in Florida

Let us first underline this taxation issue in USA, once you are interested to move forward with a US LLC Company in Florida.

People in the U.S. are familiar with Florida as the home to most large US companies. But many people don’t realize that the U.S. has become one of the world’s most attractive jurisdictions for non-U.S. citizens. The reason is the Florida Limited Liability Company (LLC).

The LLC is a unique type of company. Similar to a European “limited company”, it is in some ways a corporation and in others a limited partnership. A Florida LLC is totally disregarded for income tax purposes by US tax authorities. A Florida LLC pays only one “tax”: the $150 per year Florida franchise tax.

An LLC’s profits “pass through” to the individual owner. For Americans who file a personal US tax return, these profits are added to their ordinary income and taxed at the individual rate. The advantage for non-Americans who do not file a U.S. tax return is that the LLC’s profits pass through to LLC’s owner but the income is not taxed by the U.S… Of course, if you feel it is necessary to report the LLC’s income in your home country, you are able to do so. However, ownership in a Florida LLC is completely private and is never disclosed, not even to the state of Florida.

For many types of businesses, incorporating in the owner’s home state or country makes sense. An internet business is different. Because your storefront is accessible to people all over the world, there is no fixed location where you are “doing business”. You may live in New Jersey. But, your website is hosted in California, your bank is in New York and your customers are all over the world.

When you incorporate in Florida, you protect your status as a borderless company. You pay no Florida because you do not operate in Florida. You are simply registered there. You are not liable for corporate taxes in your home state because you are not registered there as “doing business”. Your corporation pays only Federal income taxes or, in the case of a Florida LLC, no income taxes at all.

With a Florida corporation or LLC, your business address can be anywhere in the world, or nowhere at all. The state of Florida does not require your address. It also isn’t interested in the names and addresses of your company’s shareholders, officers or directors. The only address that we require is a shipping address where we can send your company documents and subsequent franchise tax notices. Our address becomes your company’s “registered office” in Florida, and we forward to you all official correspondence relating to your business.

  • Your name and address are not publicly disclosed.
  • Your home and business addresses are not made public.
  • Ownership is not public information.
  • There is no publicly searchable database for company management or ownership.
Tax savings
  • A Florida LLC is tax-free, except for a $150 annual franchise tax.
  • There is no sales tax in Florida.
  • There is no state corporate income tax for Florida companies that do not operate within the state.
  • There are no Floridacapital shares or stock transfer taxes.
  • There is no state inheritance tax on stock held by non-residents of Florida.
Protection from lawsuits
  • A Florida director shield law protects you from personal liability in connection with the actions of your company.
  • There is a long-established body of laws that protects Florida companies and lets them focus on doing business, rather than fighting expensive lawsuits.
  • Unlike any other state, Florida has a separate court system, the Court of Chancery, to resolve legal disputes inexpensively.
  • If you are ever sued in Florida, your registered agent serves as a buffer, accepting service of process on behalf of the company.
  • Because company ownership and management is not public information, it is difficult for creditors and litigators to “pierce the corporate veil”.
  • A Florida corporation or LLC can be headquartered anywhere in the world.
  • One individual can be the stockholder, director and hold all the executive offices.
  • You need not have a Florida office address aside from that of your registered agent.
  • Company records do not need to be kept in Florida.
  • Stock can be transferred instantly and privately, without filing a public notice.
  • You do not have to be a US citizen to form a regular Florida “C” corporation or LLC.
  • You can form your company without coming to Florida using our firm’s services.
  • There is no minimum investment to form a Florida corporation or LLC.
  • Different kinds of businesses can be transacted under one corporate roof.
  • Your company can own real estate or personal property anywhere in the world.
  • Unlike most other states, corporations can easily be converted into LLC’s and vice versa.

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