What is a shelf company? You will also hear people refer to such an entity as a shelf LLC, shelf corporation or aged corporation. The definition of a shelf company is a corporation, LLC or similar legal entity filed on a prior date and put on the shelf to age. Therefore, you can acquire an existing, older organization rather than a freshly established one. As such, you can get immediate corporate history, in a fast, easy and legal manner. Companies Incorporated has a list of “pre-filed” shelf companies that you can view.
Honestly and legally say, “My company is 10 years old.”
So, if you buy a 10 year old company, you can honestly and legally say, “My company is 10 years old.” Remember, a company is not you. You are not it. It is not you. H.J. Heinz Company started in 1869. All of the original founders are long-gone. But in 2020, the company, itself is still alive and well 151 years later.
The law calls a corporation a “person.” It is an artificial person separate from those who own it. Its birthdate was its original filing date.
All entities will be in good standing through maintenance, reinstatement or the equivalent prior to delivery to you. Plus, we can change your company name for a small fee. Moreover, this organization can register your company to do business in any state through a process called “foreign qualification.”
Recently Acquired Aged-Shelf Companies
Recently we were out of inventory of aged shelf companies in a certain age range.
Benefits of a Shelf Company or LLC:
By owning a pre-established corporate entity, you are able to take advantage of the following benefits:
- Instant availability & fast delivery
- Show longevity of company filing
- Immediately own a company with a filing history
- Ready for immediate transfer as no stock are currently issued
- May help when applying for contracts and financing
All entities are of our aged companies for sale are or will be in legal good standing through maintenance, reinstatement, revival or the equivalent before delivery. We can change your company name for a small fee. Moreover, we can also help you get a bank account, funding and credit lines. In addition, we encourage full disclosure in informing lenders and others that you recently acquired the older entity. Annual renewal fees are due according to government regulations and are the full responsibility of the buyer.