Florida Company main characteristics:
|Limited Liability Company (LLC). All companies incorporated under this particular legislation must use LLC at the end of their name.|
|The Florida Department of State is the governing authority and companies are regulated under the Florida Corporate Statutes.|
There is no public register of company officers
|The State of Florida offers the highest level of anonymity and privacy, perhaps better than most offshore jurisdictions.|
|No accounting/reporting requirements.|
|No tax of any kind provided that there the company does not operate in the US and that its owners are not American Citizens.|
|Very modern, efficient and tax friendly corporate laws.|
|Florida has an efficient Registry: 3 to 4 days formation time.|
|Stable jurisdiction with an excellent reputation (USA).|
|Efficient communication means.|
|Convenient world time zone: GMT -4|
|Limited Liability Companies do not commonly have Secretaries.|
Liability Companies do not commonly have a paid up capital requirement. The initial investment to the company is usually made by its shareholders after the company is incorporated and at the time when operations are initiated.
|Under US Legal System|
|Minimum of 1 Manager and 1 Member (shareholder).|
|Bearer shares not permitted.|
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE CREATION OF THE COMPANY
A certified copy of your passport (or identity card), as well as proof of domicile dated less than three months
Information on Florida
Florida bolsters a much diversified economy with Agriculture, International Trade and tourism being its most important industries.
Florida is home to almost 20 million people and four metropolitan areas of more than 1 million residents. In 2015, Florida overtook New York as the nation’s 3rd most populous state, with only California and Texas having larger populations.
Florida’s infrastructure, talent, and business-friendly tax policies are consistently recognized among the nation’s best and have attracted the headquarters operations of many nationally ranked companies. Florida is also a global leader in international trade and foreign direct investment ($158 billion in 2013). Florida is also a major gateway for merchandise trade between North America and Latin America. Forty percent of all U.S. exports to Latin America pass through Florida.
Florida became an official state of the United States in 1845. It was originally discovered by the Spanish explorer Juan Ponce de Leon. For the first 300 years, it was hotly contested by the Spanish, the British and the French. In 1810 the territory was ceded to the United States by the Spanish Crown.