LLC Order Forms & Fees
Below are IncSmart LLC order forms and information you need for creating a Limited Liability Company in America. Fill in the secure order form to create your LLC online in minutes. Processing the registration of your new company will begin immediately upon receipt of your LLC order. Filing times vary from state to state. You will receive an order confirmation in your email the moment you place your Limited Liability Company order with IncSmart.biz, and IncSmart will cause your articles to be delivered to the Corporation Division of your chosen state.
This form is not intended to provide legal, business or tax advice. They are offered as a public service without representation or warranty. This form will satisfy the minimum legal requirements of the state, and may be amended from time to time. The person placing the order may not knowingly make false or fictitious statements or representations. Anyone violating this condition, is guilty of a felony. We are acting in good faith believing the information on your articles are true.
Forming an LLC
While each state has slight variations to laws on forming an LLC, they all support the same general rules:
Choosing a Name. There are rules to follow when choosing your LLC
1 - It must be different from an existing LLC in your state
2 - It must include a designated ending LLC or Limited Liability Company
3 - It must not use restricted words such as bank or insurance.
Filing Articles of Organization. The articles are the state documents registered by the Corporation Division. They include the business name and the appointed Registered Agent. Most state filing fees are different. You certify that you are eighteen (18) years old or older, that all information provided to IncSmart is accurate and true, and that IncSmart, may rely on this information to perform its filing services.
Creating the Operating Agreement. An operating agreement is n agreement among the limited liability company members governing the LLC business. It includes each members financial and management duties. I can also include financial and management information and can describe the rules and regulations agreed upon by the members for running the business. See IncSmartIpedia Glossary
Choosing the US State to form your Limited Liability Company (LLC): Organizing your business in the state where your company is physically located is called a Domestic LLC. The company is required to pay all maintenance fees in the state that it is registered. Fees will include Registered Agent fees and annual state fees. When the LLC is registered in one state and wants to conduct business in another state, you will need to register in the new state as well. You can create a new Domestic LLC or qualify your Domestic LLC as a Foreign LLC in the new state. The company will need to annual fees in both states. The Foreign LLC however will share the same tax ID as the Domestic LLC.
Move your LLC to another state.
1 - Keep your old Domestic LLC and create a new Domestic LLC in another state. You are required to maintain both state fees to stay in Good Standing. 2 - Dissolve old Domestic LLC and create a new Domestic LLC in another state. You will need to cancel your registered agent service and Tax ID with the IRS. 3 - Merge the old Domestic LLC with the new Domestic LLC. File Articles of Merger for the old Domestic LLC. All assets and liabilities will be transferred to the new state.