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MyCompanyWorks Review

MyCompanyWorks, Inc. (previously, Inc.) was created in 2001 with a single goal in mind: to make forming a business as easy, quick, and affordable as possible.

Since then, MyCompanyWorks has founded hundreds of businesses for their clients and have grown to become one of the leading incorporation, LLC creation, and other small company services suppliers in the United States.

Starting a business may be a perplexing, costly, and tedious process. MyCompanyWorks objective is to make the process simpler, quicker, and less costly.

During our comparison of the most popular incorporation services, MyCompanyWorks came in midway in the center.

For as little as $79 plus state costs, you may establish an LLC with MyCompanyWorks. There are three packages to choose from, each with its own set of features. The most comprehensive plan, which includes one year of Registered Agent services, begins at $279. You may add this service, as well as other a la carte services like EIN obtaining, LLC Kit, and a Business License Compliance Package, if you select one of the two lower-level packages.

MyCompanyWorks does promise that your purchase will be processed within one business day without additional charges, which is a nice feature. Even though you must pay extra for their registered agent service, it is one of the most affordable we've found at just $99 each year.

However, we discovered that although each package seems to have a large list of features, some of them are "fluff" to make it appear as if you are receiving more. In addition, with higher-level subscriptions costing $199 and $279, we'd anticipate a little more in terms of additional value.

MyCompanyWorks provides a free Business Tax Consultation, which is a one-hour webinar that explains how your company is taxed, which IRS forms you need to submit, how to pay yourself and workers, and more. With lifelong access to your account, the business also offers limitless name availability searches, order auditing for compliance and spelling, and online access to scanned documents. An LLC Handbook, a free handbook, is included with all LLC products.

You definitely can, but many companies will find it inconvenient. If you want to go the DIY way, you'll need to be acquainted with state-specific regulations as well as legalese. Services such as MyCompanyWorks can take care of all of that for you, providing you peace of mind and enabling you to concentrate on operating your business.