SHELF CORPORATION OR SHELF LLC TO BUILD CORPORATE CREDIT OR START A BUSINESS
REQUEST FOR A LIST OF OUR AGED SHELF COMPANIES: FIVE YEAR OLD AGED SHELF COMPANIES
WHEN SHOULD I CONSIDER ACQUIRING AN AGED SHELF CORPORATION OR AGED SHELF LLC TO START A BUSINESS?
You would prefer to do business with a company that's four years old than a four week old company.
You would also prefer to loan money to a company that's four years old than a four week old company.
Likewise, your customers, your bank and equipment leasing companies prefer to do business with a company that's four years old rather than a company that's four days old. Because of the above reasons, your customers feel safer doing business with a company that's four years old rather than a company that's four days old.
HOW MUCH IS AN AGED SHELF COMPANY?
Five year old aged shelf companies are available for $1200.
WHAT'S BETTER? AN AGED SHELF CORPORATION OR AN AGED SHELF LLC?
LLC'S offer better protection. As of late, LLC's aren't obtaining as much corporate credit and financing as corporations. In addition, corporations are more likely to obtain contracts with the government, institutions, utility companies, schools, and other similarly run organizations. Banks also prefer to loan money to a corporations than LLC.
WHY DO BANKS PREFER TO LOAN MONEY TO A CORPORATION RATHER THAN AN LLC?
1. Banks know that the LLC will protect your interests more than a corporation. As a lender, they don't want you to be protected. As a result, they prefer to loan money to a corporation rather than an LLC.
This means that for maximum asset protection, the LLC is best. When obtaining financing and corporate credit is the main priority, an LLC is not the best choice. A good, clean, aged shelf corporation is best for obtaining corporate credit and financing.
2. Bias. Many bank employees don't know about LLC's. They may know about corporations. Since bank employees don't know about LLC's, they are less likely to loan money to an LLC. Also, many bank employees obtained their training at the bank. Many of them didn't attend business school or go to college. They are more likely to loan money to a corporation because they are familiar with corporations.
3. Personal Experience. The LLC didn't come into the American fold of business until 1977. Although the LLC is best for protecting assets (real estate, currencies, brokerage accounts, etc.), the corporation remains the powerhouse in obtaining financing for a new venture.
4. Personnel Shifts. The departments within bank operations are constantly shifting toward collections. Consumer lending has reduced but business lending continues. At present, there are increased amount of consumer lending bank representatives shifted into business lending. These bank personnel may be familiar with a corporation, but not an LLC. Again, LLC's are best for asset protection. Corporations are best for obtaining corporate credit and financing for your small business.
WHAT STATE IS BEST TO OBTAIN MY AGED SHELF COMPANY?
Montana is the best state for building corporate credit and obtain financing.
MONTANA SHELF COMPANIES ARE BEST? WHAT ABOUT SHELF COMPANIES FROM NEVADA, DELAWARE OR WYOMING? WHAT'S SO GREAT ABOUT MONTANA?
In the past, many people obtained shelf companies from Nevada, Delaware or Wyoming. They obtained credit and started a business. Unfortunately, enough of them didn't pay back their loans that companies from Nevada, Delaware and Wyoming are now red-flagged.
Companies from Montana aren't red-flagged because so few people incorporate out of Montana.
DOES MONTANA DISCLOSE THE OWNERS OF THE COMPANY?
No. Montana doesn't collect or disclose the owners of the company. In comparison, the states of Delaware and Wyoming don't collect information on the owners of the corporation. Nevada collects ownership information on the business license.
SHOULD I BUY AN AGED SHELF COMPANY THAT HAS AN EIN?
NO! Any company with an existing EIN may also pose existing problems with back taxes, un-filed tax returns, unknown debts with the IRS, and unseen credit card debt. If it has an EIN, it did business somewhere with someone. If it did business, there may be a dispute in wait. You're better off acquiring a shelf company with no EIN.
All of our companies are without an EIN. A company without an EIN is a company secure from any potential claims of bad debt.
CAN SOMEONE TELL THE COMPANY'S EIN IS NEW?
An EIN is a random number. This means no one may tell the age of the company by the company itself.
IS IT BEST TO OBTAIN AN AGED SHELF COMPANY WITH ESTABLISHED CORPORATE CREDIT?
No. Any company with established credit is also a company with potential, and likely, debt and other dangerous obligations. You're better off acquiring an aged shelf company with no established corporate credit.
If you did acquire an aged shelf company with established credit, you may not use that established credit at all. This is because the company will lose the established credit rating and its credit history when the company changes hands.
HOW DO I KNOW THE SHELF COMPANY IS FREE FROM LIABILITIES?
Always choose a company without an EIN and without established credit.
DO YOU HAVE A LIST OF THE AVAILABLE SHELF COMPANIES?
Yes, please email us for a list. We don't post the list of the shelf companies online for good reason. We don't see a point in advertising to the world that you bought an aged shelf company.
DO YOU OFFER ANY SPECIAL PRICING?
Yes! A four year old aged shelf company is normally worth $4000. We sell the same company for $900. Please email us for a list.