Friday, June 26, 2009

Best Reasons to Do Business in Nevada - Part 7 - Non-Disclosures


Regarding disclosure requirements, a Nevada business license does not require the disclosure of shareholder information. In addition, only the director and the resident agent are disclosed as a matter of public record in Nevada. In addition, Nevada corporations are not required to report the number of shares issued and outstanding. In contrast, this is required in Delaware. Also, in contrast to Delaware, in Nevada a corporation does not have to disclose its principal place of business outside of Nevada.

To find out more information regarding the benefits to incorporating in Nevada visit the Nevada Secretary of State Website at or contact us at

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