Questions about incorporating your business or an order you placed?

We do our very best to respond to inquiries quickly, usually within 24 hours. If you need to make an urgent update to an order you have already placed, please call us at 888-54-EZINC (543-9462) is not a law firm and cannot offer legal advice. The information on our website, or that provided by phone or email, is for general informational purposes only and is not legal advice.

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Weekdays 9am – 6pm CT

Excludes holidays and weekends

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888-54-EZINC (543-9462)

Mailing Address:

EasyIncFile, LLC
675 Lakeview Pkwy #6281
Vernon Hills, IL 60061

Common Order & Formation Questions

After You Order

Standard orders are reviewed within 24 business hours, a quality assurance check is performed, and if all is good the documents are forwarded on to the appropriate state authority. Most states review orders within 3-5 business days.

Priority processing moves your order to the top of the list, making sure it gets reviewed the same business day (or next business day if you file after business hours).

Each state handles priority processing differently, but usually they will review priority orders within 24 hours as well, and expedite handling for document return.

Contact customer support immediately at: [email protected] OR 1-888-54-EZINC (543-9462)

If your order is still being processed by, and has not been sent to the state for filing, it’s still possible to make changes.

If your order has already been sent to the state for processing, it’s likely you will need to file an amendment to your formation with the state. 

Once your order is placed, you will receive status updates and links to documents via email.

You can also call or email us anytime for additional digital copies of your documents, provided via email.

If you setup Registered Agent service at the time of formation, you will have access to documents in the online portal.

We perform a preliminary check prior to filing. If there’s a conflict, we will contact you via phone and email prior to moving forward with the Secretary of State.

The ultimate determination is made by the Secretary of State after filing. If a conflict is found at that time, we will reach out again to work on alternative names with you.

Before You Order

We have a complete and transparent pricing list available here.

Unlike many other formation sites, we don’t obscure pricing information or mark up state fees.

State filing fees vary from state-to-state, and also by entity type (i.e. LLC, INC, DBA and etc).

Additionally, the state may charge fees for faster processing, and various other forms that may be required. These fees are independent of and in addition to the filing fees listed on this page.

The state filing fees will be itemized during the secure application process on, so you will see exactly how much the state charges. 

State corporate filing fees are set by each state independently, usually by congressional statute, are not avoidable, and usually not refundable.

We pride ourselves on transparent pricing and quality support. No aggressive sales tactics or exorbitant markups. We believe our pricing is fair and competitive in the market – you can see a comparison chart here.

Every provider sets their own pricing for assisting you in filing your Articles of Organization with the state.

Some providers have low base fees but mark up important add-ons a lot. Some providers mark up the actual state fees too – we don’t.

Occasionally, providers will offer free formation but will rely on aggressive sales tactics to sell you things you don’t need.

You are absolutely able and welcome to file directly with the Secretary of State and avoid filing fees from a 3rd party service. Some states even make it possible to file online.

You can see a quick comparison between LLC, S-Corp, and C-Corp entity types by clicking here.

LLC’s are the most popular new business entity type for various reasons. Individual entrepreneurs tend to choose between LLC’s and S-Corps, depending on their needs.

C-Corps are most commonly used by “startups” seeking outside investment, or companies that plan to go public via an Initial Public Offering (IPO) someday. 

A Registered Agent is a 3rd party authorized to receive official notices and service of process from the state on behalf of your business. 

For a detailed explanation, see here.

It is possible to act as your own registered agent, even using your home address, in most states.

However, be aware the Registered Agent contact information is listed publicly – even if you use your home address.

By electing us as your registered agent during formation, you authorize us to accept those official notices on your business’ behalf.

The Registered Agent contact information will be listed publicly, so you can maintain your privacy and avoid listing your home address in a public forum.

It also creates an additional layer of separation between your personal and business assets, further establishing limited liability.

Absolutely. You can visit the IRS website and file for your Employer Identification Number directly.

For more information, see here.

There are some nuances in filling out the forms, so if you just want a professional service to handle it we offer that option to you.

15 minutes is all it takes, are you ready?

Launch your new business today for just $129 + state fees.