CorpNet Review

Jake ParkerByJake ParkerOct. 22, 2019

In a Nutshell

Need to start or set up a new company or business? CorpNet can help you incorporate LLCs, automatically remind you about filing deadlines or dissolve a defunct business. It’s compatible with multiple corporation types including partnerships and non-profits. Based in the USA and offering services in all 50 states, CorpNet provides support to both English and Spanish speakers.

pros

  • Prioritizes security by securing documents in a single location
  • Legal services can be accessed on mobile devices
  • Works with multiple business types

cons

  • No support for international businesses
  • Fairly expensive to use

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Best for:

Businesses incorporating for the first time, or companies that want an easy way to guarantee compliance with legal obligations and filing deadlines.

What Does CorpNet Provide?

CorpNet offers a vast range of different filing services. With CorpNet you can file paperwork to incorporate, dissolve a corporation or register a federal trademark.

But CorpNet doesn’t simply file paperwork, it also helps you to create professional meeting records with a suite of attractive minute templates. Plus, you can purchase corporate supplies from CorpNet to create a recognizable brand for customers.

For New Businesses

When you purchase a CorpNet ‘Start a Business’ package, CorpNet’s Business Formation team will help you file all the necessary paperwork to register with your state attorney. And they can do this for any organization type, including LLCs, S-Corporations, C-Corporations and Non-Profit groups.

Deciding what business structure to use isn’t always straightforward. Fortunately, you can read a thoughtful guide CorpNet’s expert lawyers have put together to help you pick. After, check out CorpNet’s New Business Checklist. This resource covers important topics like naming your organization and designing it to comply with tax codes.

When you use CorpNet to incorporate, you’ll also receive a suite of other helpful add-ons such as a Name Availability Check and a Business Licensing Research Package. The Research Package will be put together just for you by CorpNet attorneys. They'll track down licensing regulations for your local area. This can be tricky to do as they often vary by county.

For Established Businesses

CorpNet is a useful service to consider if you’re running an existing corporation that needs to stay compliant with regulatory authorities. The CorpNet Business Information Zone (B.I.Z) is a bespoke software platform that will help you do exactly that. It comes included with most CorpNet packages or can be purchased separately.

B.I.Z ensures that you don’t fall afoul of regulators by automatically alerting you about filing dates in advance. It also simplifies your workload by allowing you to file online and keep all needed documents in a single location. That way, you aren’t scrambling to find them whenever a deadline comes up.

The documentation you need to send through B.I.Z will probably be highly sensitive. Any privacy-conscious users will be glad to know that CorpNet is equally concerned about your security, which is why B.I.Z only stores copies of your documents in a single location.

Pre-formed corporations will be happy to hear that CorpNet can also be used to file Annual Reports, Reinstate a Business or make a Federal Trademark Application. Because most corporations need to do these filing procedures regularly, CorpNet is worth consideration if you’re looking for a way to reduce your legal workload long-term.

For Individuals

As the name of the platform suggests, most CorpNet services are targeted toward organizations. But that’s not to say that individual users won’t find CorpNet to be a useful tool. For example, some individuals may wish to use B.I.Z to stay on top of their compliance requirements.

Other single users may want to use CorpNet to file a Doing Business As (DBA) notice to tell their state attorney they are operating under a Fictitious Business Name (FBA) in a given jurisdiction. Another key CorpNet service for individuals is the ‘Close a Business’ filing package. This option is suitable for anyone who owned a business in the past but has now moved on with their lives and wishes to disentangle themselves from it legally.

Pricing Plans for LLC Formation

CorpNet offers 3 different corporation formation pricing tiers. These vary from the $79 Basic Package to the $249 Deluxe Filing Edition. The Basic plan will be suitable for most, but businesses who need a faster turnaround will appreciate the 24-hour preparation service the Deluxe plan offers:


Basic
Deluxe
Complete
Price
$79
$199
$249
24-Hour Document Check
$49
Included
Included
Registered Agent Service
60-Days
1-Year
1-Year
Federal Tax ID Number
$69
Included
Included
Initial Report Filing
$89
$89
$69
Employer Tax Registration
$149
$149
$149
Name Check
Included
Included
Included

CorpNet Background

CorpNet was founded by a husband and wife team, Phil and Nellie. Together, they’ve been building businesses for over 18 years and say they founded CorpNet because they wanted to offer others an easier and more reliable way to start their own corporations.

The CorpNet team believes in doing business ethically, which is why they are upfront with their pricing costs. At the time of writing, CorpNet holds an A+ BBB rating and over a 95% 5-star rating on Trustpilot, demonstrating that they stick to their principles.

What Customers Say About CorpNet

  • “I have found CorpNet to be very proficient in all that they do. They have been very responsive, evidencing concern for me and my clients. I switched at the beginning of 2019 and do not regret the switch”- Paul Cohen
  • “They have been truly amazing, providing information and helping get my businesses up and running with no issues.”- Brandon Bailey
  • “Working with CorpNet was simple and professional. The process of starting our LLC took a matter of minutes.”- Adina Ballerina

Customer Service

CorpNet staff can be reached during PST working hours. A range of contact options is available including phone, email, fax, and mail.

Unfortunately, no live chat service is offered. However, for most businesses, discussing filing matters over the phone will be a better option anyway.

CorpNet FAQs

Will I get my money back if I’m not satisfied with CorpNet’s services?

CorpNet has a generous refund policy for customers who aren’t completely satisfied with their services. If you make a refund request, they’ll return all of the service fees you paid.

Do note that you won’t get any of your state filing fees or shipping and handling costs back though.

What kind of corporations does CorpNet work for?

CorpNet works for pretty much any kind of Corporation. This service offers packages for all of the following types of organizations:

  • Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)
  • C-Corporations
  • S-Corporations
  • Partnerships
  • Not-Profit Corporations

Do I have to pay extra filing fees to use CorpNet?

CorpNet charges a flat rate for its filing services and shipping and handling costs, the latter of which is $29. However, state filing fees are not included and these vary from state to state. For example, Alaska charges $250, bumping the total base price for LLC incorporation for Alaskans up to $528.

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Bottom Line

Nothing about running a business is easy. There’s so much thinking and planning to do, from creating a watertight business model to calculating ad costs. And, on top of that, you have to make sure you’re meeting all your legal obligations. Fortunately, as demonstrated in this CorpNet review, the attorneys at CorpNet can help you with the legal side of things, allowing you to focus on what really matters.

Jake ParkerByJake ParkerOct. 16, 2019
Jake is a freelance writer from Britain. After studying climate science, he began writing full time in 2018 and his favorite topics include sustainability and technology. When not travelling and writing, he can be found editing videos or trying to fix some mechanical problem, normally on his latest cheap vehicle." Please let me know if this is needs amending to better suit its placement.
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