You can now have your own Stripe account! We have personally experienced the difficulties small businesses and entreprenuers encounter when it comes to accepting card payments through your online store, especially if you are operating in a region that is not supported by Stripe, such as the Caribbean. Our solution is tailored to tackle this problem by handling the entire procedure on your behalf. We will create a US-based company in your name and set up a fully verified and approved Business Stripe account, no matter where in the world you are located.
Affordable Pricing We take care of everything for you to have your Business Stripe account live & ready to go in less than 10 days.
Frequently Asked Questions
- How long does it take to register my company?
- Premium orders have a processing speed 3 times faster than Basic orders.
- We typically form companies within just 5-6 business days.
- Account creation is promptly handled on the same day we receive your company documents.
- What documents do I need to provide?
We need two things from you:
- Either your ID card or passport.
- Your bank statement or a utility bill that includes your name, address and dated within the last 3 months (it should have a date on it so we know when the document was created)
- What about taxes?
Let’s break it down step by step:
- Pass-through Taxation: A US LLC is typically considered a “pass-through” entity. This means the company itself doesn’t pay taxes on its income. Instead, the profits (or losses) “pass through” to the owner and are reported on their personal tax forms.
- US Source Income: If your US LLC makes money from selling goods or providing services within the US, you might owe taxes on that income. This can vary depending on the state your company is registered in.
- No US Activities: If your LLC doesn’t do business within the US and you, as the owner, aren’t a US resident, then typically you won’t owe US federal income tax. However, you should always check the local tax rules of the state where your LLC is formed.
- Annual Reports: While this isn’t a tax, many states require LLCs to submit an annual report and pay a fee. This keeps your company in good standing.
- Get Expert Advice: Tax rules can be complex, especially if you’re doing business in multiple countries or states. It’s a smart move to consult with a tax expert who can guide you based on your specific business situation.
Remember, staying informed and compliant is key to ensuring your business runs smoothly!