• CPA Next Door

How to set up an LLC

Today a client asked me about the steps needed to set up an LLC for their business in Oregon. The first thing that needs to be done is to decide what to call the name of the business. Then you need to go to the Secretary of State website at http://egov.sos.state.or.us/br/pkg_web_name_srch_inq.login

and see if the name is available.

Once you have decided on the name you will need to file Articles of Organization-Limited Liability Company with the Secretary of State. Here is a link to the website where the forms are that need to be filed. https://sos.oregon.gov/business/Pages/domestic-limited-liability-companies-forms.aspx. Next file the forms either through mail or online here https://secure.sos.state.or.us/oim/login?oimAction=renew&p_a_cd=CBR&p_fp_gurl=https://secure.sos.state.or.us/cbrmanager/login.action. The filing fee is $100. From here a registered agent located in the state must be picked for the company. Though not required it is generally a good idea to also create an operating agreement.

This is your blog post. To really engage your site visitors we suggest you blog about subjects that are related to your site or business. Blogging is really great for SEO, so we recommend including keywords that relate to your services, products or industry within your posts. It’ll make it easier for people to find you on the web.

Ready to delete this post and add your own? Go to Manage to open your Dashboard and click on the 3 dot icon ( ⠇), then click Delete Post. You can also head to Settings > Manage Blog and delete any post from there. Now you are ready to create a blog post of your own! Look for the Create New Post button to start crafting your own stunning blog content.

#organization #settingupanllc

2 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Do I Owe Quarterly Estimated Tax Payments?

Many people have questions about estimated tax payments. Who must make these payments? How are they calculated? When are they due? Let’s start with the situation most people are familiar with when the