Yes, Arizona business lawyer Richard Keyt does form Arizona corporations, both for profit and nonprofit corporations.  Although the limited liability company is the preferred entity type in Arizona, 7,076 corporations (vs. 45,665 LLCs) were formed during the Arizona Corporation Commission’s fiscal year that ended June 30, 2011.  For more on Arizona corporations read:

  • To hire Arizona corporate attorney Richard Keyt to form an Arizona for profit corporation complete our online Arizona Corporation Formation Agreement .  Complete the form online then print it, sign it and send it to us per the delivery instructions at the end of the form.
  • How to Start a Nonprofit Organization in Arizona – Another guide for people who want to form their own nonprofit corporation.  Beware:  Nonprofit corporations are more complex than vanilla for profit corporations.  In addition to the required Bylaws and organizational resolutions and the requirement that the directors elect officers, nonprofits that intend to become tax exempt charitable organizations should also prepare the following policies recommended by the IRS:  Conflicts of Interest Policy, Whistle Blower Policy, Document Retention & Destruction Policy, Gift Acceptance Policy, Travel & Expense Reimbursement Policy, Compensation Policy and Joint Venture Policy.
  • LLC or Corporation? - Why you should never take advice about the type of entity to form from somebody that tells you to form an “S corporation.”  If you think you should form an Arizona corporation instead of an Arizona LLC, you must read this article.  There are a lot of reasons why the Arizona corporation is obsolete and people from AZ LLCs 6.5 times more often than they form Arizona corporations.  P.S.  Arizona law does not allow for the creation of S corporations.
  • Beware the Nevada Incorporation Scam – We form limited liability companies in Nevada, Arizona, Delaware and Wyoming, but more often than not it is a mistake to form a Nevada corporation or a Nevada LLC.  There is a lot of bad information about Nevada corporations on the radio and on the internet so do yourself a favor and read this article before you form a NV corp or NV LLC.
  • IRS Forms Used by New Corporations – Links to IRS online federal employer Id number wizard, IRS Forms SS-4 (Application for Employer ID Number), SS-4 Instructions, 8832 (Entity Classification Election – used to elect to be taxed as a C corporation), 2553 (Election by a Small Business Corporation – used to elect to be taxed as an S corporation), Instructions to Form 8832