Nevada is the state you want - it is chock-full of virtual offices and last time I checked had the most advantageous taxation regime for privately-owned businesses.
I can't help you any further, though, not being a US resident. Just phone any accountant in Nevada - I'm sure they will welcome a Russian entrepreneur's cash with open arms ...
Jenny - You should have waited for newbie #2 to drop by with the answer and a link to a useful site
Any time now...............
I can confirm - from the tax advantages point of view Nevada is a preferred state to register business in US. Just don't forget - if you don't live there you will need to pay someone for business address (I believe it's around $100 a year currently).
With latest anti-terrorist laws you may also have problems opening bank account in US.
I am from Russia myself but live in US for pretty long time.
Let me know what do you mean by "taking part" - I may be able to help you...
It seems to be a valid request for help
Are you sure you need to create a company in US? If you just have a web site targeting US consumers, you don't have to do this.
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