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Connecticut LLC and Corporation Registration and Formation

Connecticut named after the Connecticut River, is also known as the “Constitution State” or the “Nutmeg State”. The current-dollar GDP of Connecticut was $260.8 billion in 2017 ranking it 23rd in the United States. Company formation in Connecticut has also increased over the last few years with 342,443 small businesses operating out of this state by the 3rd quarter of 2017. Today, 99.4% of all Connecticut businesses are small businesses and there are 735,788 employees working in the small business sector.

We are one of the top Connecticut registered agents and are familiar with all processes pertaining to the Connecticut State and can provide information and assistance for a successful setup of your business!

Let’s take a look at how you can form a Connecticut business LLC or Corporation.

Connecticut LLC Registration and Formation

 Connecticut LLC Registration & Formation

LLC company formation in Connecticut is governed by Chapter 613a of the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act. The procedure for registration and formation of LLC is as follows:

Step#1: Hire a registered agent

According to Chapter 613a, Sec. 34-243n., of the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act, each and every Connecticut LLC, both domestic and foreign will be required to designate as well as maintain a registered agent in this state. If you are planning to form a Connecticut business then we would take this opportunity to share with you the fact that we are one of the top registered agents in the state and have been responsible for over 11,494 businesses set up in Connecticut.

We are in compliance with all regulations in the State of Connecticut.

Step#2: Name Registration

According to chapter 613a, Sec. 34-243l, LLC company formation in Connecticut is possible only after you reserve the name of your domestic or foreign business entity. Once your business entity name is reserved, it will have exclusive rights for a period of 120 days. You can reserve a name by submitting the “Application for Reservation of Name” to the Secretary of State.

If you are forming a foreign LLC then according to chapter 613a, Sec. 34-243m, you will need to register your business entity name by filing an “Application for Registration of Name”.

Step#3: Certificate of Organization and Foreign Registration Statement

If you are planning to form a Connecticut business LLC then the most important step is to prepare and file with the proper documents for a Limited Liability Company. You will be required to file a Certificate of Organization for a domestic LLC and “Foreign Registration Statement” for a Foreign LLC. Depending on the nature of the business entity, the documentation can be submitted online or with the Secretary of State office.

We can file the form on your behalf being your registered agent in the state and provide you with certified copies of the LLC registration.

In case, you have any questions regarding how to form a Connecticut business, feel free to call us at 702-871-8678.

Connecticut Corporation Registration and Formation

 Connecticut Corporation Registration & Formation

If you are planning to form a corporation in Connecticut then the procedure for registration and formation is as follows:

Step#1: Maintain a Registered Agent

According to Chapter 601, Sec. 33-660., Business Corporations Act, you will be required to maintain a registered agent if you are planning to form a Connecticut business. A registered agent is required for both domestic business entities as well as foreign corporations authorized to transact business in the state of Connecticut. We would take this opportunity to share with you the fact that we are one of the top registered agents in the state and have been responsible for over 11,494 businesses set up in Connecticut.

We are in compliance with all regulations in the State of Connecticut.

Step#2: Name Registration

According to chapter 601, Sec. 33-656 if you are planning to form a corporation in Connecticut then it will be possible only after you reserve the name of your domestic or foreign business entity. Once your business entity name is reserved, it will have exclusive rights for a period of 120 days. You can reserve a name by submitting the “Application for Reservation of Name” to the Secretary of State.

If you are forming a foreign Corporation then according to chapter 601, Sec. 33-657, you will need to register your business entity name by filing an “Application for Registration of Corporate Name”.

Step#3: Certificate of Incorporation and Application for Certificate of Authority

If you are planning to form a Corporation in Connecticut then the type of registration form you will require is dependent on whether your business is based in Connecticut or it is a foreign company. You will need to file Certificate of Incorporation for a domestic stock and non-stock Corporation and Application for Certificate of Authority for a foreign business entity. Depending on the nature of the business entity, the documentation can be submitted online or with the Secretary of State office.

We can file the form on your behalf being your registered agent in the state and provide you with certified copies of the incorporation.

If you have any questions regarding Connecticut Incorporation or LLC formation, you can simply visit the Connecticut Business formation page.

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