Incfile Review – Forbes Advisor

Incfile offers pricing plans based on the service you need and even has one of the cheapest plans we’ve come across. The Silver plan has no plan fees. Instead, it’s free and you only pay the state filing fee. Its Gold plan costs $149 plus state fees. Platinum is $299 plus state filing fees.

Silver:

Cost: $0 plan fee plus state fees

  • Prepare and file articles of organization
  • Unlimited name searches
  • Free registered agent for one year

Gold:

Cost: $149 plan fee plus state fees

  • Everything in the Silver plan
  • Employer Identification Number (EIN) business tax number
  • operating agreement
  • Bank resolution
  • Lifetime Business Alerts
  • Online Access Dashboard
  • Unlimited phone and email support
  • Professional bank account
  • Business tax advice

Platinum:

Cost: $299 plus state fees

  • Everything in the Gold plan
  • Accelerated filing
  • Domain name
  • Professional email

In addition to Silver, Gold and Platinum packs, choose from several add-ons. Although the filing process takes several minutes if done by yourself, Incfile advertises a six-week filing deadline. However, you can pay an additional $50 to have the deposit completed within five business days.

During the payment process, you will receive offers to upgrade your plan at a reduced price, in addition to the à la carte options. For example, for $29 per month, use a business address and virtual mail service rather than your own home address for business correspondence. This helps protect your privacy.