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Offshore Company Formation in Florida


Florida company formation

Florida Offshore Company Formation is one of our most requested services. There are many reasons to form a company in Florida. Many people decide to set up a business in this sunny USA state. Florida enjoys the status of one of the most popular USA states for establishing your own company since it has very tax-friendly characteristics and is not associated with offshore activities. After you incorporate LLC (Limited Liability Company), you are not personally liable for your personal property and assets for obligations of your company.

Only one director and one shareholder of any nationality are required. Florida law requires a company to file a formation document named Articles of Organization with the Division of Corporations. For more details about the necessary information that needs to be on the Articles of Organization please see section FAQ.


What are the main benefits of setting up an LLC in Florida?


What are the steps to register a Florida company?

In order to commence a company in Florida-USA, please provide the following:

Bank account opening

For Florida IBC we can also assist you with the bank account opening in Florida or internationally. For more information please visit our page Bank Accounts.

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Frequently asked questions

Florida is the southernmost contiguous state in the United States. Tallahassee is the state’s capital. The basic structure, duties, function, and operations of the government of the state of Florida are defined and established by the Florida Constitution, which establishes the basic law of the state. The state government consists of three separate branches; judicial, executive, and legislative.
The Florida LLC (Limited Liability Company) is the most flexible type of business entity offered by any state or country in the world. This is the reason why the LLC has become the entity of choice among many legal, accounting, and business professionals. The structure of the company and the rules that govern the members of the company are contained in a contract called the LLC Operating Agreement, which is drafted by the members of the LLC. This means the terms and rules of each LLC can be tailored to accommodate the specific needs and preferences of an LLC. This is the biggest benefit of an LLC over any other form of business entity. This power is called freedom of contract.
A single-member LLC that does not elect to be treated as a corporation will be classified as a “disregarded entity”. Single-member LLCs are not recognized by the IRS and therefore pay no taxes at all. Instead, the tax liability is passed through to the member.
Nominee Service consists of Nominee Member (Shareholder) and Nominee Manager (Director). Both, Corporate and Individual non-resident Nominee Members/Managers are available internationally.
Florida LLC is not required to file state or federal tax returns. Whilst there is no requirement to file audited accounts or annual returns with the authorities, an LLC is required to keep internal financial records, which should reflect the financial position of an LLC. An annual Report is required in cases where there is a distribution of profits to US residents.
  • Articles of Organization

  • Operating Agreement

  • Initial Resolutions

  • Membership Certificate

  • Company Seal

  • Purpose of the LLC

  • Total amount of cash and a description and agreed value of property other than cash contributed

  • The total additional contributions, if any, agreed to be made by all members and the times at which or events upon the happening of which they shall be made

  • The right, if given, of the members to admit additional members, and the terms and conditions of the admission

  • The right, if given, of the remaining members of the limited liability company to continue the business on the death, resignation, expulsion, bankruptcy, or dissolution of a member or occurrence of any other event which terminates the continued membership of a member of the limited liability company

  • Whether the company is run by Managers or Members

  • LLCs must list the name and address of a registered agent with a physical address (no P.O. Boxes)

The state of Florida makes it mandatory to list LLC’s details on the Companies Registry for public viewing. An Authorized Person is in the Government’s public record.

The LLC name must end with “Limited Liability Company,” “Limited Company,” “Ltd. Co.,” “LC,” “LLC” or “L.L.C.” The name of the LLC may not contain language implying a different purpose from the purpose or purposes in the Articles of Organization. The name shall not be the same as or similar to the name of any domestic or foreign LLC, trade name, trademark, or service mark registered in this state, corporation, statutory trust company, limited partnership, or other business entity. The use of the word “Trust” is restricted. Use of the words “Academy,” “Education,” “University” and “School” requires approval by the Department of Education.

For Florida LLC we can assist you with the bank account opening internationally. The banks we cooperate with are reliable financial institutions with a long tradition in private and corporate banking. Our clients are provided with excellent customer service, online banking, Visa and/or Master cards, and other services, such as factoring, foreign exchange, savings, and specialized banking solutions.


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