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Business Rocket Launch

Our firm is designed to operate as an independent consultant to help set up and grow your company today. We specialize in administrative, juridical, and executive tasks that can help entrepreneurs grow to their full potential.

Your Ultimate Guide
to Starting a Business

LLC Formation Services

Focus on your goals.
Leave the  hassle
to ZenAdvisors.

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Starting a business can sometimes mean navigating a lot of red tape. Between opening LLC, hiring employees, and opening a bank account, many entrepreneurs quickly find themselves with their hands full.

 

Our ZenAdvisors team of experts will help you quickly and accurately launch your business and support your goals. Our mission is to help new businesses and entrepreneurs in navigating the American bureaucracy faster and with fewer hurdles.

What We Offer

We provide a full range of administrative services allowing you to focus on growing your business. Our strategic advisory services allow startups and novice entrepreneurs to reach their desired business goals and objectives.

LLC Formation & Trademarking

LLC Formation & Trademarking

Forming an LLC helps protect your personal assets. It also unlocks the ability for you to open bank accounts, enter into contracts, hire employees, and get business licenses and permits.

Tax Filing & Bookkeeping

Getting started as a new business owner and looking for help with all of your tax questions? Receive unlimited advice from our financial experts who will set your business up for success.

Design & Website Services

Design & Website Services

We have a talented group of designers who can build your website and design your logo, company presentations, and other visuals to bring new customers to your digital entrepreneurship doorstep.

Legal Support & Notary Services

Legal Support & Notary Services

ZenAdvisors can help you to start, operate, and grow your businesses by connecting entrepreneurs to free resources, including business courses, funding, and legal services.

Tax Consultations & Banking Solutions

Trusted Among Industry Leaders

We are committed to establishing and maintaining long-term relationships with valued customers while delivering every project on time, within budget, and with the highest level of quality and professionalism.

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ZenAdvisors unlock clear, upfront pricing with packages that cover your common business needs. That way, we can cut tedious administrative tasks and spend all of our time working with you and setting your company up for success.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We provide a full range of administrative services allowing you to focus on growing your business. Our strategic advisory services allow startups and novice entrepreneurs to reach their desired business goals and objectives.

  • How is an LLC different from a corporation?
    LLCs and corporations are both types of business entities, but they differ in ownership, management, liability, taxation, and formalities. LLCs are generally more flexible and less formal than corporations, with stronger liability protection and pass-through taxation, making them popular among small business owners. Corporations may be more appropriate for larger businesses or those seeking to raise capital through the sale of stock.
  • What are the advantages of forming an LLC?
    The advantages of forming an LLC include limited liability protection, pass-through taxation, flexibility in management and ownership, reduced formalities, and increased credibility and professionalism for the business.
  • What is a registered agent, and does my LLC need one?
    A registered agent is a person or company that is designated to receive legal and tax documents on behalf of an LLC. This includes important documents such as service of process notices and other legal notices, as well as state and federal tax documents. In most states, an LLC is required to have a registered agent. The registered agent must be located in the same state as the LLC and must have a physical address (not a P.O. box) where they can receive documents during normal business hours.
  • Can I form an LLC on my own?
    Yes, you can form an LLC on your own. However, it is important to note that forming an LLC involves complex legal and regulatory requirements, and it can be easy to make mistakes that can have serious consequences for your business. While using an LLC formation service or online legal document service can be a cost-effective way to form an LLC, it may not provide the same level of legal expertise and protection as working with an attorney.
  • Can an LLC be owned by a non-U.S. resident?
    Yes, an LLC can be owned by a non-U.S. resident. In fact, LLCs are often used by foreign investors and entrepreneurs to establish a business presence in the United States. However, there are some important considerations to keep in mind. For example, non-U.S. residents who own an LLC may be subject to certain U.S. tax laws and regulations, such as withholding taxes on income earned in the U.S. Additionally, non-U.S. residents may need to obtain a U.S. tax identification number (TIN) and file certain tax forms with the U.S. government.
  • What is EIN, and do I need one?
    An EIN (Employer Identification Number) is a unique nine-digit number assigned by the IRS to identify a business entity. You need an EIN to identify your business for tax purposes, including filing tax returns, paying taxes, and opening a business bank account. If you are a sole proprietor with no employees, you can use your Social Security number instead of an EIN. However, it is generally recommended to obtain an EIN to help protect your personal identity and reduce the risk of identity theft.
  • What are the annual compliance requirements for an LLC?
    The annual compliance requirements for an LLC can vary depending on the state where it is formed and operates, but they may include filing an annual report, obtaining business licenses and permits, filing tax returns, maintaining accurate records, and appointing and maintaining a registered agent. It is important to research the specific requirements in your state and ensure compliance to avoid penalties and fines.
  • Why do I need an accountant for my business?
    An accountant can help you to manage your finances more effectively, ensure compliance with tax laws, and provide advice on financial and business matters. They can also help you to make informed decisions about investments, expansion, and other strategic business decisions.

We help businesses in navigating the American bureaucracy faster and with fewer hurdles. 

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