With tens of thousands of businesses forming each day to become a recognized Florida corporation there has been an increased need for a cost effective corporation document preparer. Let Professional Assistance help you start your business!

Types of Business

  • CORPORATION (S-Corporation, C-Corporation, Non-Profit Corporation)




What We Do?

  • 24 to 48 hour service of incorporation

  • Registering business with the Florida Department of Revenue

  • Business name availability check

  • Employer Identification Number

  • Florida Articles of Incorporation

  • Certificate of Incorporation

  • Bylaws, the rules for organization and operation of the corporation

  • Corporate supplies: corporate kit, seal, stock certificates and offers to purchase stock, minute books and documentary stamps

  • Name change of a Florida corporation

Businesses needing other forms of incorporation or businesses with more than five shareholders are referred to an attorney.

What Attorneys Say?

Sole Proprietorship

  • Owned by owner of business

  • Less costly in comparison to a corporation

  • Not easily transferable. Each of the individual assets, accounts, licenses and permits must be individually transferred


  • Pays no income tax and may only be used for small businesses.

  • Business elects to pass corporate income, losses, deductions and credit through to their shareholders for federal tax purposes.

  • Shareholders report income and losses on their personal tax returns and are assessed tax on their individual income tax rates. This avoids having to prepare separate taxes, one for the business and one for themselves.

  • If stockholders are in a high income bracket, their share of the profits will be taxed at those rates.

  • This is costlier than a Sole Proprietorship.

  • An S-Corporation requires additional paperwork and record keeping compared to a Sole Proprietorship

  • Health and life insurance may not be tax deductible

  • To qualify for a S-Corporation, the corporation must have no more than 100 shareholders; have only one class of stock; not be a member of an "affiliate group".

  • In an S-Corporation a form 2553 has to be filed with the IRS before the end of the 15th day of the third month of the tax year.

  • Corporations are easy to transfer. A corporation and all of its assets and accounts may be transferred by simply assigning a stock certificate.


  • Pays taxes on its net earnings at corporate tax rates.

  • Salaries of officers, directors and employees are not taxed as they are deducted from the income.

  • The greatest problem is that money paid out in dividends is taxed twice. The corporation is, first, taxed at the corporation’s rate as part of its profit and then stockholders are required to include amounts received as dividends in their income.

  • The advantage to forming a C-Corporation is that if taxpayers are in a higher tax bracket than the corporation and the money is not being removed from the company, taxes are saved.

  • Unlike an S-Corporation, health and life insurance are deductible expenses.

  • Costlier than Sole Proprietorship and requires additional paperwork and record keeping in comparison

  • Corporations are easy to transfer. A corporation and all of its assets and accounts may be transferred by simply assigning a stock certificate.

Nonprofit Corporation

  • An organization approved by the State's Secretary of State and its taxing authority as intending to work for humanitarian purposes or for educational, charitable, social or religious, civic or humanitarian purposes.

  • Other than salaries for services to the corporation, directors and officers may not receive distribution of any profits.


  • An easy and inexpensive ownership owned by two or more people, whereby, the financial commitment is shared; profits and losses are shared by each owner.

Limited liability Corporation, (LLC)

  • LLC Corporations protect personal assets from lawsuits.

  • Corporate shareholders risk only what they paid for their stock.

  • By filing a corporation, persons engaged in a business can put up a fixed amount of money and share profits.

  • If the venture is unprofitable and falls into debt, the greatest loss will be that of the initial investment.

  • In other forms of business, such as sole proprietorships and partnerships, owners are personally liable for the debts and liabilities of the business, and creditors can go after all of their assets to collect.

  • LLC gives members flexibility, less paperwork up front and in the long run

Please seek an accountant to understand taxes associated with the various types of businesses and corporations.

Locations Served

Fort Lauderdale, Weston, Davie, Dania Beach, Margate, Cooper City, Pembroke Pines, Miramar, Coconut Creek, Lauderdale Lakes, Lighthouse Point, Plantation, North Lauderdale, Hallandale Beach, Oakland Park, Hollywood, Tamarac, Sunrise, Coral Springs.