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Meet banking requirements efficiently & effectively

Registering your business is an essential first step when you’re starting a company, providing legitimacy, asset protection & more. America First is here to help make it easy with MyCorporation® document-filing services.

LLCs & Corporations

Forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or Corporation limits the business’ legal and financial responsibility for activities and debts. It also creates separation between personal and company resources.

Benefits of incorporating:

  • Tax savings
  • Build trust in your business
  • Promote financial soundness
LLC or Corporation

Legitimize your Business Name

Doing Business As (DBA) is an official registration of the company’s name. You’ll legally operate under the DBA instead of your personal name, which adds credibility and anonymity. Filing a DBA also means a sole proprietor can open separate accounts* so customers can make payments to the business itself.


  • Operate as a registered entity
  • Demonstrate a solid company profile
  • Separate lines of business

*Requirements vary.


Federal Tax Identification

The Internal Revenue Service assigns a unique Employer Identification Number (EIN) or Federal Tax Identification Number to businesses that allows them to file income tax returns, among other actions.


  • Open business accounts
  • You must have ID before hiring employees
  • Build your company’s credit profile
Tax ID

Operating Agreements

An Operating Agreement is an important document that outlines rules, regulations, rights, and duties of those involved with limited liability companies. No matter which method you choose to form your business, an operating agreement is an important asset and the foundation of any LLC.

Operating agreements:

  • Clearly outline business structures
  • Define members’ roles and responsibilities
  • Protect personal assets
Operating Agreement