Jumpstart offers three tiers of business formation plans to ensure there's a plan for everyone's needs. For most companies, we recommend the Plus or Pro plan as that tends to cover most of the needs of starting entrepreneurs like business banking, EIN filing, and mail forwarding. One of the main benefits of e-commerce is having access to payment processors like Stripe and Paypal for your business. Here's what the Pro plan offers that the other plans don't include:
Pro Plan Jumpstart customers receive a free, worry-free accounting and tax assessment from our licensed CPAs to determine their bookkeeping, accounting, and tax needs.
Rush Filing Service
If time is an important factor when forming your business, then our expedite and rush filing speeds give you a few options to have your formation documents completed and posted to your personal dashboard in a few days instead of a few weeks.
Our Problem Free Guarantee sends alerts for important compliance and filing events, covers your annual filing and two yearly amendments to your filing documents, and provides expert support to help you regain your good standing and LLC protection should you ever miss a deadline or filing event. For more information regarding our problem-free guarantee click here
Jumpstart also offers paid services for an initial period of 12 months. The paid services are billed to you using a recurring payment system that recurs and is billed on either a monthly or yearly basis. You will be charged each year on the corresponding date you began using the Services. If a payment fails or is expired, you will be notified by Jumpstart, and access to the Services will be suspended until payment is received.
You may elect to discontinue some or all of your paid services at any time by contacting support@Tryjumpstart.co. Should you elect to discontinue any of the paid services prior to the expiration of the initial 12-month term you may be required to pay a $25 cancellation fee and any other expenses which have been paid or incurred by Jumpstart, including state or third-party vendor fees.