Thank you for purchasing our Bronze LLC formation package. The following services are included in the $497 Bronze package:

  • Answers to your LLC Questions by phone or email.
  • LLC name verification with the Arizona Corporation Commission’s database.
  • Filing the Articles of Organization with the ACC.
  • Pay $85 for the ACC’s expedited ACC filing).
  • Email to you the Articles of Organization with the ACC’s filed stamp on it.  Use this document and the federal employer id number you get from the IRS to open the LLC’s bank account.
  • Send you Instructions on how to get an employer id number (EIN) from the IRS.  The Bronze LLC formation package does not include hiring us to obtain the EIN unless you paid an additional $75 for this service.  The easiest way to get the EIN is by using the IRS’ online wizard.
  • Prepare a custom Operating Agreement.
  • Send you a digital (pdf) copy of the Operating Agreement as an attachment to an email message.
  • Prepare a spousal Disclaimer for a resident of Arizona who is married member and who intends to own the LLC as separate property.  The non-owner spouse must sign the Disclaimer or both spouses will own their interest in the LLC as community property. The Disclaimer is at the end of the Operating Agreement.
  • Provide Statutory Agent Service for one year.

The above list does not include any additional services you may have purchased.

The $497 fee includes all formation costs.

Although we act as the LLC’s statutory agent for the first year for no additional fee, after the first year we will charge the LLC $99 a year payable in advance to continue as the LLC’s statutory agent. If you do not want to pay our statutory agent fee then you simply appoint a replacement statutory agent at any time.

In preparing the LLC documents we will represent: (i) the member of a single member LLC, (ii) both members of a two member LLC if they own their interests in the LLC as community property, (iii) the LLC if the LLC has two members who are married and own their interests as separate property, or (iv) the LLC if the LLC has two or more members who are not married.