How to Form a LLC in Arizona
This article will talk about many different aspects about forming and setting up a Arizona LLC. Let's get started.
Setting up a LLC in Arizona is fairly simple. First, you'll need to select a company name that is not being used by somebody else. This requires checking the Arizona Secretary of State's database.
The LLC name must have a corporate ending such as: LLC or Limited Liability Company.
If you're not ready to incorporate right away, you can reserve a LLC name for up to 120 days for a non-refundable fee of $45. If you are going to incorporate right away, you don't need to reserve a name.
Once you're ready to incorporate, you'll need to make some decisions regarding your LLCs being either member-managed or manager-managed. Arizona requires that you indicate either member-managed or manager-managed on your certificate of formation.
The State of Arizona requires that a physical office address that can be located anywhere be stated on the articles of organization.
You do not need to list a company purpose on the certificate of formation or an ending date. Most people will make the duration of the LLC "perpetual".
Georgia charges a one-time setup fee of $50. There are no monthly or annual recurring fees.
It takes about 14-16 days for the Arizona Secretary of State to form your LLC and send the required certificate back to you.
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