MyCorporation Helps Businesses Streamline California Secretary of State Process to Incorporate or Form LLCs
CALABASAS, Calif., Aug. 1, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MyCorporation has seen a significant increase in customers incorporating and forming a California LLC in the past year. With the economy struggling, more people are becoming entrepreneurs and starting their own businesses. California residents were busy helping start new businesses in 2010, involving more than 470 per 100,000 residents. New business involvement was higher in California than almost any state except Nevada and Georgia according to the Kauffman Foundation which advocates for entrepreneurship worldwide. MyCorporation helps simplify the process of starting a business by offering various packages that include the many details needed to incorporate in California.
The company has seen a 17% increase in business in the past year. Deborah Sweeney, CEO of MyCorporation, notes that the types of businesses that have been using MyCorp to incorporate in California: "We have seen businesses incorporating ranging across many industries including consulting services, e-commerce to food and beverage. In this economy, the number of entrepreneurs is increasing significantly." Sweeney also goes on to say, "At MyCorporation, working with the California Secretary of State to incorporate your business is much more seamless because we provide inclusive packages that take care of the fine details so you can focus more on your business."
MyCorporation helps you file with the California Secretary of State, which can be a drawn out process that may take weeks. MyCorp will not only expedite this process, but also handle more long-term logistical information like annual reports, which are included in the packages that include Basic, Standard, Deluxe and Premium depending on the needs of your new business.
To find out more about how to incorporate or form a California LLC, contact MyCorporation at 1-877-692-6772 or visit us online at http://www.mycorporation.com/. Start your business today.