Each state has different requirements for forming a limited liability company (LLC). Whether you are starting a business or incorporating a business already in existence, you'll want to understand the state requirements for LLC formation.
Cost to form a Connecticut LLC
At BizFilings, we clearly outline our fees and the Connecticut state fees. When you view our pricing to form an LLC you plainly see:
Form a Connecticut LLC Incorporation Options
- BizFilings’ package prices. BizFilings offers three incorporation service packages from which you can choose.
- State fee for standard turn-around. Our pricing clearly shows the state fee to form an LLC in Connecticut with standard turn-around.
- Expedited turn-around. You will see the BizFilings and state fee, if any, for expedited turn-around.
- 48-hour turn-around. Connecticut has a 48-hour filing option, which is outlined in our pricing.
- Certified copy. Our pricing also clearly displays the BizFilings and state fee, if any, for issuing a Certified Copy of the Articles of Organization.
Acceptable name endings include "Limited Liability Company," "LLC" or "L.L.C." The word "Limited" can be abbreviated as "Ltd." and "Company" can be abbreviated as "Co."
The following are Connecticut’s requirements for the members/managers of LLCs:
- Minimum number. LLCs must have one or more members/managers.
- Residence requirements. Members/managers must have a physical address (no post office boxes).
- Age requirements. Connecticut does not have age requirements.
- Inclusion in the Articles of Organization. Member/Manager names and addresses are required to be listed in the Articles of Organization.
Requirements for the Articles of Organization
The document required to form an LLC in Connecticut is called the Articles of Organization. The information required in the formation document varies by state. Connecticut's requirements include:
Connecticut Registered Agent Service
- Registered agent. LLCs must list the name and address of a registered agent with a physical address (no post office boxes) in Connecticut. The registered agent must be available during normal business hours to accept important legal and tax documents for the business.
Professional services businesses.
Connecticut does not allow professionals, such as accountants, attorneys and physicians, to form a professional limited liability company (PLLC).
Additional Connecticut information
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