What is a Nebraska certificate of good standing?
A Nebraska good standing certificate is a legal document issued by the Nebraska Secretary of State authenticating that all franchise taxes have been paid up to date and all required annual reports have been filed.
How do I get a certificate of good standing?
You can order a Nebraska certificate of good standing on this page. Upon receipt of your order, we'll request the certificate of good standing document. If the company is NOT in good standing and you are the owner, we'll notify you and let you know what is required to bring the company into good standing with the state.
Do I need a Nebraska certificate of good standing?
A certificate of good standing is requested for several reasons:
- opening a bank account
- getting a bank loan
- foreign qualification with another state
- bringing on an investor or partner
How long does it take to get a certificate of good standing?
It normally takes 4 to 6 days to obtain the certificate from the State of Nebraska.
How much does a certificate of good standing cost?
We charge a processing fee plus the Nebraska document fee of $10. Expedited processing is NOT available.
How do I keep a Nebraska LLC in good standing?
Pay any annual franchise taxes that are due before the due date and file any annual reports with the State of Nebraska.
What does DBI Global Filings do? How much do you charge for document retrieval services?
Your time is valuable. Use our document retrieval service to increase your productivity. Our trained Document Retrieval Specialists are experienced in navigating Nebraska's Secretary of State website regarding document retrieval.
- Receive and review your order
- Verify your request
- Place the order with the appropriate state agency
- Pay government filing fees on your behalf
- Follow-up with the state agency on your request
- Forward your documents via email or express shipping
We charge a one-time processing fee plus state document retrieval fees. See our comprehensive order form for exact fees.
Thank you for your interest in a Nebraska certificate of good standing document.