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Filing Fees And Addresses

ADDRESSES

The addresses for filing Articles of Incorporation in the State of Nevada are as follows:

Mailing Address: This address should be used when transmitting incorporation documents by regular mail:

Secretary of State, New Filing Division, 101 N. Carson Street, Suite 3, Carson City, NV 89701-4786

Secretary of State-Satellite Office, Commercial Recordings Division, 555 E. Washington Avenue, Suite 2900, Las Vegas, NV 89101

Telephone Numbers:

Carson City (775) 684-5708

Las Vegas (702) 486-2880

FILING FEES

Filing fees for Nevada corporations are based upon the total number of authorized shares of stock.

For the purpose of computing the filing fee, the value (capital) represented by the total number of shares authorized in the Articles of Incorporation is determined by computing the: total authorized shares multiplied by their par value or; total authorized shares without par value multiplied by $1.00 or; the sum of (a) and (b) above if both par and no par shares. Filing fees are calculated on a minimum par value of one-tenth of a cent (.001), regardless if the stated par value is less.

CERTIFICATION FEES

In order to receive Certified Copies of your Articles of Incorporation, you must send additional copies of your Articles of Incorporation which you want to have certified. There is also a fee of $10.00 for each certification that you request.

Nevada Law Requires you To Obtain At Least One Certified Copy Of The Articles Of incorporation To Be Kept In The Office Of The Registered Agent. It Is Suggested That You Obtain 2 Copies, One For Your Own Records And one For The Registered Agent.

Our Nevada incorporation E-Book provides for a par value equal to $0.01. Therefore, unless you authorize a great number of shares, the filing fee in Nevada will be $125.00. That is the filing fee where the total number of shares multiplied by the par value of the shares does not exceed $25,000

With 2 Certified Copies, the Total Amount To Be Paid Is $145.00.

The full Fee Schedule for recording Articles of Incorporation is as follows:

$25,000 or less - $125.00

$25,001 and not over $75,000 - $175.00

$75,001 and not over $200,000 - $225.00

$200,001 and not over $500,000 - $325.00

$500,001 and not over $1,000,000 - $425.00

For the first $1,000,000 -$425.00

For each additional $500,000 - or fraction thereof - $225.00

Maximum fee $25,000.00

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