Well, would it be fair to say that helping our foreign clients with opening bank accounts has been a single most frustrating item on our agenda?
Needless to say that vast resources were thrown on solving this puzzle, and it seems like we began to see the light in the end of a very long tunnel, poetically speaking. A recent partnership we created with an agency in Nevada will allow many of our clients finally have a U.S. bank account for their business, without the need to travel to the U.S.
With a price tag of $999 this is not a cheap solution, but our 100% money back guarantee in case of failure makes the risk as low as it can be.
A pilot launched early in October with two clients (Swedish and Australian) was successful, and we are looking to replicate this success with our entire pool of clients.
Wanted to open a business bank account int he U.S., but couldn’t do it? We invite you to check the offer and try it out for yourself: Open a U.S. Bank Account Remotely.
Well, our love affair with Bitcoins continues!
As a result of more than enthusiastic response from our visitors and clients we decided to launch a new promotion – anyone making a $100 or more purchase on our site, paying with Bitcoins, will get a $40 rebate issued immediately. To get the rebate all one needs to do is use the promotional code BITCOINFOREVER at checkout, and then pay with Bitcoins.
Come, start your own business, and join the revolution!
It’s a new day here at MyUSACorporation.com, and we are proud to announce that our company has finally joined the Bitcoin universe!
Our long term goal has always been to expand the range of payment methods available to our clients. Now anyone in the world can purchase our services using bitcoins. In cryptography we trust!
So what are you waiting for?! Get that business of your dreams started today!
Our favorite holiday is here at last!!
To celebrate the birth of our nation we want to announce a special, 1 day Super 4th of July promotion: use the code ★SUPER4JULY★ to get $30 off of ANY order placed today till midnight!
Did we tell you we love infographics?
Here is another one to savor, by Anna Vital, a presentation of how funding of start ups work – graphically simple!
Just stumbled upon a great infographic (and you know, we are suckers for good infographics :)
Some minor discrepancies, but overall a great presentation of states to choose from. NOTE: Our favorite Wyoming does come as number one here as well, for enough good reasons. Enjoy!
With great pride and pleasure I want to let you know that our flagship Q&A website IncorporationAnswers.org has reached 1000 questions answered today. The question number 1000 was “How can a foreigner register a business in USA“, asked by “Edward”, and I reserved to myself the honor of answering it :)
From myself and our team at IncorporationAnswers.org and MyUSACorporation.com I want to thank all visitors and clients who helped us create this useful resource.
And keep them coming!
With great pleasure and joy I would like to announce the release of our first ever video ad, produced in-house (literally, produced by me at home over the weekend), to be the opening feature in a bigger series of video ads that we plan to produce over the next several months.
As you already noticed by now, our company is undergoing an interesting transformation from being “just another business filing service” to the kind of company I originally envisioned – one that caters to the great entrepreneural spirit of America. Out new theme is “good old America” of the past, focusing on the nostalgic Industrial Age, the roaring 20s, and the western expansion. Fittingly, the heros of our first series would be the great entrepreneurs and industrialists of the late 19th-early 20th century.
MyUSACorporaiton.com presents: “The Minds That Built America”!
The honor to open the series goes to Andrew Carnegie, a steel magnate and a legendary American industrialist. Sit back and enjoy the show!
This thing called “Fiscal Cliff” bothers a lot of people nowadays, so I figured it would be a good topic to start from. As many times before, a perfectly useful term is used to describe something completely different to divert attention from something really important.
Someone asked me to explain what is this thing all about, and I did, in technical details, to the extent of my understanding. Not convinced, a person asked me “so what is so ‘cliffy’ about it?”.
Really – what is? After all, those automatic tax hikes and spending cuts are planned events, agreed upon some time ago by the same Congress people, as part of the same types of deals as the one they are trying to cook now. We are told that without agreement we will all fall off the fiscal cliff, but how exactly?
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