Payments company Stripe is today taking another step to expand its operations into a wider set of business services, targeting the startups that form its core base of customers.
Today, the company is announcing that Atlas, the all-in-one service Stripe started two years ago to help founders incorporate in Delaware, can now be used to set up Delaware-based limited liability companies.
As with the C-Corp set-up, Atlas for LLCs costs $500, which includes forming new entity, getting a tax ID, getting a U.S. business bank account and Stripe account, access to expert tax and legal advice, tools for handling taxes, and credits with a number of services; as well as access to the Stripe Atlas Community for networking and extra resources.
Stripe is running a waiting list now for the beta, which should start in the next couple of weeks.
Alongside C-Corps, LLCs are another primary business format that technology founders use when building their companies. They are
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