Helpware

Helpware

A better kind of outsourcing

4.9 (8 Reviews)
About Helpware
Helpware builds customized teams in Customer Service and Back Office for industry leading startups and modern companies. With offices in Irvine, Lexington, Kyiv, Manila and Guadalajara, we have the global scale to tailor custom teams and processes for success to our many pow...
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250 - 999
2015
United States
Helpware
A better kind of outsourcing
4.9 (8 Reviews)
2 Reviews
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Lauren BundyReviewed 2 months ago
Proactive | Effective | Enthusiastic
Reviewed 2 months ago by Lauren Bundy
Proactive | Effective | Enthusiastic

The Helpware team is enthusiastic, contentious and action-oriented. They are highly motivated to assist us in whatever form necessary, and they always help us on time and with immense enthusiasm. The agents are bright, curious and driven, and it’s been my experience that everyone on the Helpware team cares deeply about the customer’s experience. I am consistently impressed by their resilience, kindness and caring in addition to their bias to action, which is a DoorDash core value as well! I’m thrilled to be partnering with them and I highly recommend Helpware as a customer support solution provider.
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Elizabeth PearsonReviewed 10 months ago
Stop looking for a traditional BPO and start working with the new gold-star, industry standard.
Reviewed 10 months ago by Elizabeth Pearson
Stop looking for a traditional BPO and start working with the new gold-star, industry standard.
Needed flexible, top-tier support for a fast-paced tech startup. Inbound inquiries from users varied greatly, yet Helpware quickly engaged a robust agent coverage map to man business-critical needs, spanning three timezones. Helpware's personable, consultative-style approach to building relationships made the process of securing and training agents on our complex curriculum effortless. The cadence of weekly stand-ups and business reviews were thorough yet expedient. Unlike many BPOs, Helpware does not add to the complexity of a company's support infrastructure - instead, Helpware eliminates the complexities and gives the business back critical time to focus on building.

Helpware is the new BPO - the gold-star standard for the old ways of business process outsourcing. The diverse experience of project managers and VPs was extremely impressive. From retail banking to healthcare, Helpware leverages the best when it comes to leaders strategizing your support infrastructure. In addition to being qualified, each representative of the Helpware brand approaches relationships with a personable nature, second to none in the industry. The uniqueness of leaders here is what truly sets the company apart from the traditional BPO.
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What is Delaware Franchise Tax?A person who owns a franchise, in the state of Delaware, will also be required to pay a royalty on a periodic basis. This fee is called the "franchise fee". This is an additional cost that must be paid by the person who wants to buy a franchise and the state of Delaware has the right to audit that fee. This fee is not imposed on a person who wants to start a new franchise, however.What is the purpose of Franchise tax?The franchising tax is basically a state tax that is imposed on all franchisees to ensure the continuity of business in a particular state and for the state to have control over who can operate their franchise business in the state. This tax does not apply to a person starting his own franchising business. There is no franchise tax for an individual to buy out a franchise.What is the Delaware Franchise Tax if the person wants to start his own business? Well, he must purchase a business permit from the state, which will be determined by the state's Department of Revenue, to run his own business.If you decide to purchase a business permit for your own business, you will need to get several permits before you purchase your license. These licenses will be needed to run your business and to maintain it in the state of Delaware.There are other types of business tax that the state requires. These include the sales tax, personal property tax, business tax, and gas tax. However, these are only applied to certain business types that you open in the state. These types of taxes are collected on a monthly basis.How does one calculate?The Delaware Franchise Tax estimation methodologies are detailed below. You can alternatively visit our Delaware Franchise Tax calculator app.The Franchise Tax is a fixed annual rate of $300 on a Delaware LLC or Delaware LP.A corporation's franchise tax is dependent on the form of the corporation and the number of registered shares that the company has. The net amount of the Delaware Franchise Tax for the company consists of an annual report charge and the real tax fee due.The state of Delaware deems a non-stock/non-profit corporation to be excluded. The annual tax is not charged for this form of a corporation, but the annual audit fee of $25 a year must also be filed and paid.A company is called a minimum stock corporation with 5,000 registered shares or fewer. The annual report charge for Delaware is $50 and the levy is $175 for a gross payment payable each year of $225.A full stock company is defined to be a corporation with 5,001 registered shares or more. The annual report charge is $50 and anywhere between $200 and $200,000 a year will be the tax.For more information, you can visit DelawareInc.com or research over the web.

What is Delaware Franchise Tax?

A person who owns a franchise, in the state of Delaware, will also be required to pay a royalty on a periodic basis. This fee is called the "franchise fee". This is an additional cost that must be paid by the person who wants to buy a franchise and the state of Delaware has the right to audit that fee. This fee is not imposed on a person who wants to start a new franchise, however.

What is the purpose of Franchise tax?

The franchising tax is basically a state tax that is imposed on all franchisees to ensure the continuity of business in a particular state and for the state to have control over who can operate their franchise business in the state. 

This tax does not apply to a person starting his own franchising business. There is no franchise tax for an individual to buy out a franchise.

What is the Delaware Franchise Tax if the person wants to start his own business? 

Well, he must purchase a business permit from the state, which will be determined by the state's Department of Revenue, to run his own business.

If you decide to purchase a business permit for your own business, you will need to get several permits before you purchase your license. These licenses will be needed to run your business and to maintain it in the state of Delaware.

There are other types of business tax that the state requires. These include the sales tax, personal property tax, business tax, and gas tax. However, these are only applied to certain business types that you open in the state. These types of taxes are collected on a monthly basis.

How does one calculate?

The Delaware Franchise Tax estimation methodologies are detailed below. You can alternatively visit our Delaware Franchise Tax calculator app.

The Franchise Tax is a fixed annual rate of $300 on a Delaware LLC or Delaware LP.

A corporation's franchise tax is dependent on the form of the corporation and the number of registered shares that the company has. The net amount of the Delaware Franchise Tax for the company consists of an annual report charge and the real tax fee due.

The state of Delaware deems a non-stock/non-profit corporation to be excluded. The annual tax is not charged for this form of a corporation, but the annual audit fee of $25 a year must also be filed and paid.

A company is called a minimum stock corporation with 5,000 registered shares or fewer. The annual report charge for Delaware is $50 and the levy is $175 for a gross payment payable each year of $225.

A full stock company is defined to be a corporation with 5,001 registered shares or more. The annual report charge is $50 and anywhere between $200 and $200,000 a year will be the tax.

For more information, you can visit DelawareInc.com or research over the web.

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