How to Incorporate in Nevada

To incorporate in Nevada, you must file Articles of Incorporation with the Nevada Secretary of State. You must pay the $75 minimum filing fee (fee based on authorized stock value). You can incorporate in Nevada online with the state’s Silverflume digital system. After you form a Nevada corporation, you will need to file an initial Statement of Information and get a Nevada business license which tacks on an additional $700, which makes incorporating in Nevada pretty expensive, as state fees total $775.