Aged corporations with no transaction history are priced using this general industry formula:
Example: Bob finds a Nevada aged corporation that is two years old. The aged corporations cost the incorporator $750 to form and to maintain the corporation. How much is it worth?
Price = Cost Of Corporation + Cost Of Maintenance + Years Aged X ($1000)
Price = $750 + 2 X ($1000)
Price = $2750
$2,750 is the market rate for a two year old Nevada aged corporation. As an alternative, Montana aged corporations cost less because their formation and maintenance expenses are substantially less than in Nevada. They are just as good in terms of obtaining business credit and lines of credit, but without the marketing hype. We offer seven year old Montana corporations for $1295. Request for a list of shelf companies here.
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