vermont STATE MOTTO:
"freedom and unity"
We make it easy to start your LLC in Vermont. DBI Global Filings will handle all aspects of forming your LLC. Here is what we do for you:
- Check your company name for availability with the Vermont Secretary of State
- Prepare and review name reservation certificate
- Prepare and review the certificate of formation
- Provide an Vermont registered agent office and legal address
- Submit initial LLC filing fee to Vermont
- Notify you of any annual compliance requirements
Here is some basic information for your review.
How do I set up a LLC in Vermont?
- Select a company name. The name of a limited liability
company must contain one of the following ending words:
- Ltd. Co.
- Limited Company
- Ltd. Liability Company
- Ltd Liability Co.
- Limited Liability Co.
- Limited Liability Company
- List your company's business purpose. This can be a "general purpose" statement.
- List a Principal Office: Include street number, street name, city, state and zip code. PO Boxes are NOT permitted.
- Mailing Address: Include street number, street name, city, state and zip code. A PO Box IS acceptable.
- Enter an email address so the state can send your annual notice.
- Select a fiscal month. Most people choose December.
- Choose how your LLC will be managed. Either member-managed or manager-managed.
- Member or manager information: The limited liability company can list the name, title, business and residence address of at least one member or manager of the limited liability company. It is NOT required that you list any members or managers.
- You can also have other provisions named.
Can I reserve a limited liability company name in advance of formation?
Yes. A name may be reserved for a period of 120 days. There is a $20 filing fee to reserve a LLC name.
Does Vermont require that members or managers be listed?
No. Vermont does NOT require that any members or managers be listed on the certificate of formation.
Does Vermont require a principal office?
Yes. Vermont requires a principal office. The office must be a physical address. PO boxes can be listed after physical addresses.
Does Vermont permit a mailing address?
Yes. You can list a mailing address with Vermont. A PO Box IS acceptable.
Does Vermont need a duration listed on the certificate of formation?
No. Listing a duration is optional.
Do I need to list a LLC purpose on the certificate of formation?
Yes. Vermont does require that a purpose be listed on the certificate.
Do I need to provide Vermont an email address?
Yes. Vermont does require an email address.
How much does it cost for a LLC in Vermont?
Vermont charges an initial filing fee of $125.
Are there are annual renewal fees in Vermont?
Yes. Every domestic and foreign limited liability company registered to do business in Vermont shall file an annual report within 3 months of their fiscal year closing. For most Vermont LLCs the due date for the annual report is by March 31. The annual report fee is $35.
How long does it take to get a LLC in Vermont?
Vermont takes about 7-10 business days to setup your LLC and receive your certificate.
How do I get an EIN number in Vermont?
Employer Identification Numbers (EINs) are issued by the Internal Revenue Service. States do not issue EIN numbers.
What does DBI Global Filings do? How much do you charge?
Upon receiving your order, we prepare the articles of formation, ensure that the information complies with Vermont state law, and review the filing for accuracy. We charge a one-time processing fee and an annual registered agent fee. Our processing fees are listed on our order form.