· Stockholders, Directors and Officers
need not live or hold meetings in Nevada, or even be U.S. citizens.
· No minimum initial capital is required
· Only a list of the names and addresses
of the Officers and Directors must be filed annually with the State of
Nevada. No other information, listings or minutes of meetings are required to
be filed with the state.
· Directors need not be stockholders.
· One person may be all of the Officers
· Officers and Directors of a Nevada
corporation can be protected from personal liability for lawful acts of the
· Issuance of "bearer" shares allowed
for maximum privacy.
· Information and studies made available
by the U.S. Government, and some investment opportunities, are accessible to
a U.S. corporation that would not otherwise be available to foreign
· Nevada allows corporate bylaws to be
readily changed by directors.
· Nevada corporations may purchase,
hold, sell or transfer shares of its own stock.
· Nevada corporations may issue stock
for capital, services, personal property, or real estate, including leases
and option. The directors may determine the value of these transactions, and
their decision is final.