Each state has different requirements for forming a corporation. Whether you are starting a business or incorporating a business already in existence, you’ll want to understand state requirements for Vermont incorporation.
The name must contain either the word or an abbreviation of "Corporation," "Incorporated," "Company" or "Limited." The name must not have the word "Cooperative" or any abbreviation thereof. The name may not contain language stating or implying the corporation is organized for purposes other than those permitted by state law. It must be distinguishable from, and not the same as, deceptively similar to, or likely to be confused with or mistaken for any name granted, registered or reserved under chapter or with the Secretary of State.
The following are Vermont’s requirements for directors of corporations:
The document required to form a corporation in Vermont is called the Articles of Incorporation. The information required in the formation document varies by state. Vermont's requirements include:
Vermont allows professionals, such as accountants, attorneys and physicians, to form a professional corporation (PC) .
View the following additional resources BizFilings has for forming and maintaining companies in Vermont:
The state in which you form your company can provide certain benefits.