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Do I need a Kansas business license and/or permit?Depending on the type of business you plan to start, you might be required to obtain a Kansas license or permit. Network Kansas will help you with this process. NetWork Kansas offers comprehensive information and guidance regarding the startup of a new business or expansion of an existing one.

Do I need a Kansas state tax identification number?If you operate a business that requires payment of Kansas tax, you must register with the Kansas Department of Revenue. You should register at least four weeks prior to your start date. Filings are available online.

Should I file my business with the state?Unless you establish your business as a sole proprietorship or a general partnership, you must register with the Kansas Secretary of State. Corporations must file Articles of Incorporation, LLCs must file Articles of Organization, and Limited Partnerships must file Certificates of Limited Partnership. Filings are available online.

What is the Kansas sales and compensating use tax? Compensating Use Tax is a tax paid on merchandise purchased from other states and used, stored, or consumed in Kansas on which no sales tax was paid. It is also due if the other state’s rate is less than the Kansas rate of 6.15% (effective Jul. 1, 2013) paid at the time of purchase. The tax protects Kansas businesses from unfair competition from out-of-state retailers who sell goods either tax-free or at a lower tax rate. It also assures fairness to Kansans who purchase similar items in Kansas and pay Kansas sales tax. This use tax compensates for the lack of sales tax paid at the time of purchase. Use tax is due whether the property is shipped into Kansas or picked up in another state and brought back to Kansas. It applies only to tangible personal property, labor services are not subject to use tax. Like sales tax, compensating use tax is based on the total cost of the goods purchases, including postage, shipping, handling, or transportation charges.

What is an exemption certificate? An exemption certificate is a document that a buyer presents to a retailer to claim exemption from Kansas sales or use tax. It shows why sales tax was not charged on a retail sale of goods or taxable services. The buyer furnishes the exemption certificate and the seller keeps the certificate on file with other sales tax records.
Do I need to apply for county property tax?  Anyone owning and/or leasing tangible personal property with the intent to establish a business (home occupations included), whether as an individual, corporation, or partnership, must file a Commercial Personal Property Assessment Form (68 KB) with their County Appraisal Office by March 15.

Do I need a Federal tax identification number/employer identification number (FEIN)?  If you are a sole proprietorship with no employees and do not file excise or pension tax, you do not need a FEIN number. Instead, use your security number as the taxpayer identification number. Some banks request that you furnish a FEIN number for your business account, and you can apply for a number even if you are not required to obtain one. To obtain an FEIN, complete Form SS-4, Application for Employer Identification Number.
What agriculture-related licenses, forms, reports do I need to be aware of?In starting your business, it is critical that you apply for the appropriate agriculture-related permits, forms and reports.
What type of water permits are available?In starting your business, it is critical that you apply for the appropriate water permits.

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The information provided on this website is intended to give you a basic understanding of some of the various types of entity formation you may choose for your business or your organization. This information is not complete and is not a substitute for the advice of a lawyer or any other professional advisor. Each business or organization has a unique purpose and unique goals, needs and requirements. The tax consequences of choosing one type of entity formation over another are significant. You are encouraged to contact a qualified attorney, licensed to practice in the State of Iowa, to evaluate the purpose, goals, needs and requirements of your business or organization and to assure that your taxation, ownership rights and powers are adequately protected.

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Once you, with the appropriate professional assistance, have chosen the type of entity formation you wish to use for your business or organization, the next step is to determine what provisions should be included in the entity’s organizational documents. So that you will make an informed decision regarding the contents of documents you may need for your business or organization, we encourage you to obtain professional advice before filing any such documents with this office. The consequences of the choices you make can be significant.

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The office of the Secretary of State is a filing agency. We do not render any legal, accounting, or tax advice. If you wish to ascertain compliance with all statutory requirements, and to understand the consequences of the documents you file, we recommend that you seek the advice of a qualified professional.

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Formally organizing an Indiana business carries both great advantages and legal consequences. Care should be taken when deciding which business form to utilize and while operating the venture. The Corporations Division is eager to help, but cannot offer legal advice. It is strongly suggested that an attorney be contacted for additional guidance.

      Informal Associations:

The following informal business associations require no filing with the Indiana Secretary of State:

    • Sole Proprietorship: One person who conducts business for profit. The sole owner assumes complete responsibility for all liabilities and debts of the business.
      TAX: The income of the business is reported as part of the owner’s personal income.
    • General Partnership: Two or more individuals as co-owners of a for-profit business. Partnerships should operate under a written Partnership Agreement to avoid future problems. All partners are responsible for the liabilities and debts of the partnership.
      TAX: Partnerships enjoy single taxation. Income is reported as part of each partner’s personal income.
      Formal Associations:

The following formal business associations require the filing of organizational documents with the Corporations Division of the Indiana Secretary of State:

    • Corporation: A legal entity which is created by filing Articles of Incorporation. The Corporation itself assumes all liabilities and debts of the Corporation. A corporation is owned by shareholders. A shareholder enjoys protection from the corporation’s debts and liabilities.
      TAX: Income is taxed twice: 1) at the corporate level; and 2) at the employee level when a wage is paid or at the shareholder level when distributed as a dividend.
    • S-Corporation: After filing Articles of Incorporation, a Corporation may seek to obtain S Corporation status for federal income tax purposes. The income of an S Corporation is taxed only once: at the employee or shareholder level. To qualify, the corporation may not have more than 75 shareholders and must meet other certain Internal Revenue Service criteria. The corporation must submit IRS Form #2553 to the IRS. An S-Corporation is considered a corporation in all other respects and is subject to no additional or special filing requirements with the Secretary of State.
    • Limited Liability Company: An LLC is a formal association which combines the advantage of a corporation’s limited liability and the flexibility and single taxation of a general partnership. An LLC has members rather than shareholders. A member enjoys protections from the liabilities and debts of the LLC. Although not required by law, an LLC should operate under an Operating Agreement which is like a Partnership Agreement.
      TAX: If the LLC qualifies under IRS guidelines, it may be taxed only once, like a partnership, at the employee or member level, while not having the same restrictions as an S-Corporation.
    • Nonprofit Corporation: A corporation whose purpose is to engage in activities which do not provide financial profit to the benefit of its members. Such corporations must obtain nonprofit or tax exempt status from the IRS and Indiana Department of Revenue to be free from certain tax burdens.
    • Limited Partnership: A partnership with at least one General Partner and one Limited Partner. A limited partner’s liability is limited to the amount invested, while the General Partner(s) assumes all the liabilities and debts of the partnership.
      TAX: The income is taxed in the same manner as a General Partnership.
    • Limited Liability Partnership: A General Partnership which elects to operate as an LLP. To operate as an LLP, a Registration must be filed with the Secretary of State. Unlike a General Partnership, the partners in an LLP enjoy protection from many of the partnership’s debts and liabilities.
      TAX: The income of an LLP is taxed in the same manner as a General Partnership.

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As the second-largest constitutional office, the Illinois Office of the Secretary of State is visited by more Illinois residents than any other in state government. The office generates approximately $2 billion in annual revenue with about $1.2 billion a year designated for state highway construction funds.

The Secretary of State manages one of the largest computer databases in Illinois, keeping track of approximately 8.7 million drivers; 11 million registered vehicles; 466,000 corporations; 230,000 limited liability entities; 159,000 registered securities sales-persons; and 16,000 investment advisor representatives. The office also is an important resource for educating citizens about issues that affect their everyday lives, including anti-drunk driving, traffic safety, school bus safety, securities fraud, literacy, and organ/tissue donation.

The office’s functions are described in the Illinois Constitution, mainly addressing the Secretary of State’s duty to maintain official state records and the state seal. However, law and tradition have assigned many additional responsibilities to the office, which has one of the largest and most diverse collections of responsibilities of any of its counterparts nationwide. These duties are divided among 20 departments employing approximately 4,000 people, whose responsibilities range from maintaining the 20 buildings in the Capitol Complex, to overseeing the state’s network of libraries, to preserving some of the state’s most precious historical documents.

Still, to many Illinois citizens, the Secretary of State’s office is the place to go for a new driver’s license or license plates. As such, Secretary White has worked diligently to enhance customer service, promote safety on Illinois roads, and strengthen the integrity of the office.

Guidelines

  • The corporation name must include one of the following words or abbreviations: Corporation, Company, Incorporated, Limited, Corp., Co., Inc. or Ltd.
  • The corporation must appoint a registered agent who has a business address within the State of Illinois. A post office box cannot be the registered address.
  • All corporations filed online will have only one class of stock, which will be named Common Stock. The number of shares of common stock to be authorized must be set forth along with the number of shares of common stock proposed to be issued without further report to the Secretary of State. The monetary consideration to be received by the corporation in exchange for the shares of common stock proposed to be issued must also be set forth.
  • All corporations filed online will have the following purpose: The transaction of any or all lawful purposes for which corporations may be incorporated under the Illinois Business Corporation Act. Professional corporations, Medical corporations, Close corporations or business corporations with a specific purpose cannot be filed online.
  • The incorporator must be a natural person age 18 or older.
  • The Articles of Incorporation electronic filing system may only be used to incorporate a business (for profit) corporation. Not-for-Profit corporations cannot be filed using this system.

Illinois Corporation Filing Fees

  • $281.25 ($25 franchise tax fee, $150 filing fee, $100 expedited fee, $6.25 payment processing fee)
  • A $100 expedited fee is included because Articles of Incorporation are reviewed within 24 hours of receipt (excluding Saturday, Sunday and holidays).

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How do I know whether to set up a Sole Proprietorship, a Partnership, Corporation, or an LLC? How do I change from one to the other?

The Legal Structure/DBAs page on this site contains a description of each entity type recognized in Idaho. Because your entity choice will affect the taxes you pay and how and when you pay them, you may want to contact an accountant and/or an attorney to be certain you have selected the best entity type for your particular business.

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If you are still not sure which legal entity is right for you, contact the Small Business Administration, your nearest Idaho Small Business Development Center, Women’s Business Center or your regional SCORE office. They are listed under Business Formation and Expansion on the Business Assistance button to the left. A counselor will explain the various legal entities and help you choose the best one for your business.

Once you have decided on an entity type, you can download the necessary forms from the Secretary of State’s website at http://www.sos.idaho.gov/corp/corindex.htm. If you choose to register as anything other than a sole proprietorship, an attorney will need to prepare the required Operating Agreement, Articles of Incorporation, by-laws, or partnership agreement.

To change from one business entity type to another, check the information found on the Legal Structure/DBAs section of this site. You may need the assistance of an attorney and an accountant to properly close your existing entity type, pay any taxes owed, change employee withholding information and file the paperwork for the new entity type.

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If you are a corporation and you want to change your name or status, you must file Articles of Amendment. Visit the Secretary of State’s website for more information.

When you change entity types, you need to contact the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to determine how your tax reporting may change. You may need to file a final tax report for your old entity type. You may also need to contact the Idaho State Tax Commission and the ID Department of Labor if you have employees and are required to withhold unemployment taxes.

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Georgia corporations, limited liability companies and limited partnerships are formed by filing with the Corporations Division.  Some foreign (out of state) entities that do business in the state of Georgia are required to file with the Corporations Division. The Division serves as custodian of the filings and provides copies and/or certifications of the documents. As an administrative filing agency, the Division does not have authority to intervene in disputes between consumers and businesses, disputes between businesses, or disputes between shareholders, members, officers or other persons involved in an enterprise.

Georgia Secretary of State Office reminds officers and registered agents of corporate entities registered in Georgia that the annual renewal period deadline is 11:59 p.m. on Friday May 31, 2013.   Georgia law requires corporations, limited liability companies and limited partnerships to file annual renewals with the Secretary of State’s Office and pay a renewal fee.   Business entities that fail to renew by the deadline will be charged a $25 late filing penalty fee and risk being administratively dissolved.

Customers are encouraged to renew their existing corporate entities and form new corporate entities online, and provide at least one email address with their filing. Customers can then receive renewal notices and important notifications related to their filing in email format.

The email notification system sends an email to every address associated with the corporate entity every time a change is made to any field in the corporate filing. The notification asks each entity contact with an email address on file to review the entity’s information, to make sure that the changed information is authorized and correct. Additionally, a backup security feature permanently stores every email address added to an entity’s record. This feature ensures that email addresses cannot be deleted in an attempt to block receipt of the notifications by the rightful entity contact.

Check and money order renewal payments can also be made by mail, or in person at the Secretary of State’s Corporations Division Office in Atlanta, the Professional Licensing Boards Division in Macon and the agency’s South Georgia Office in Tifton. Absolutely no cash is accepted for payment of renewal or registration fees.

The following mistakes or errors can delay the processing time of annual renewals and new corporate filings submitted by mail:

  • Payment received without the application.
  • Wrong form submitted with an application or registration.
  • Incorrect fee amount submitted with an application or registration.
  • Registered agent lists an out of state or P.O. Box address.
  • Information provided on the application or registration is incomplete.
  • No signature or improper signature on the application or registration.

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The Florida Division of Corporations serves as the state´s central location for a number of commercial activities that include a variety of business entity filings, trade and service mark registrations, federal lien recordings, judgment lien filings, uniform commercial code financing statements, fictitious name registrations, notary commissions, and cable and video service franchises. In doing so, the Division renders two broad functional services: (1) formalizes the legal standing of a business or activity by accepting and indexing the filing or registration, and (2) supplies information and certification regarding the filings and activities of record. Florida´s Division of Corporations is one of the most active corporate filing entities in the country.

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The Florida Division of Corporations is by statute a ministerial entity. This non-regulatory nature has over the years created a positive climate for business organizations and is largely the reason why Florida is one of the country’s leaders in new business formations. Individuals and groups from all facets of life rely on the Division´s services. With a staff of 104, the Division maintains in excess of eight million records and annually performs approximately five million activities, including filing more than two million commercial documents and providing over a half million certification, authentication and copy services. The Division recognizes the importance of and enforces expedient and accurate processing of filings and certifications (48 hours turn-around-time) and maintains a 95% client satisfaction and approval rating.

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This website is the official business entity index. The Division of Corporations created and maintains sunbiz.org as an online public search mechanism to aid in fostering business activities. Since 1996 all documents and records have been imaged and placed on this website for ready access by all. Sunbiz.org is available worldwide, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and processes over 240,000,000 events annually. First in the country to offer electronic filing and certification services, these user-friendly processes now account for 75% of the filing activities and 55% of the certification activities.

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The State of Delaware is a leading domicile for U.S. and international business entities.

The Delaware Division of Corporations does not provide legal advice. When choosing a business entity type, we recommend that you contact an Attorney or Certified Public Accountant familiar with Delaware law to obtain advice on the business entity type that will best fit your needs. Corporations, Public Benefit Corporations effective August 1, 2013, Limited Liability Companies (LLC), Limited Partnerships (LP), Statutory Trusts and many General Partnerships (GP) are required to file with the Delaware Division of Corporations. Sole proprietorships do not file with the Delaware Division of Corporations. Unincorporated nonprofit associations and partnerships have the option of making certain filings with the Delaware Division of Corporations.  For a basic overview of entity choices and the business registration process in Delaware please see the Delaware Division of Revenue’s Legal Business Structure Table and its Registration Process Flow Chart. If you are planning to conduct business in Delaware or hire employees in Delaware, you may also wish to visit the State’s One Stop Business Registration and Licensing System and the Delaware Economic Development Office.
OBTAIN A REGISTERED AGENT
Delaware law requires that every business entity have and maintain a Registered Agent in the State of Delaware who may be either an individual resident or business entity that is authorized to do business in the State of Delaware. The registered agent must have a physical street address in Delaware. You may view a list of Delaware Registered Agents on our web site. If the business is physically located in Delaware, then the business may act as its own registered agent. If the registered agent is other than the entity itself, please contact the selected Registered Agent used in your entity formation and inform them of your intentions.

CERTIFIED COPIES AND CERTIFICATE OF STATUS/GOOD STANDING

Some Financial Institutions will require a good standing certificate or a certified copy of your new entity filing. Please check with your Financial Institution to determine whether additional information is required to establish a business account with them.   You may order a Certificate of Status or Certificate of Good Standing at the time of filing your new entity by indicating this request in the comment section of the Document Filing Sheet.  The fee is $50.00 per certificate for a Short Form Certificate of Status (states name and status of the entity) or $175.00 for a Long Form Certificate of Status (state status and all documents ever filed on the entity). If you are requesting Expedited Services for your new entity filing then there will be an additional Expedited Fee for your Status requests.

ANNUAL TAXES
Corporate Annual Report and Franchise Tax Payments

All corporations incorporated in the State of Delaware are required to file an Annual Report and to pay a franchise tax. Exempt domestic corporations do not pay a tax but must file an Annual Report. The Annual Report filing fee for all other domestic corporations is $50.00 plus taxes due upon filing of the Annual Report. Taxes and Annual Reports are to be received no later than March 1st of each year. The minimum tax is $75.00 with a maximum tax of $180,000.00. Taxpayers owing $5,000.00 or more pay estimated taxes in quarterly installments by 40% due June 1, 20% due by September 1, 20% due by December 1, and the remainder due March 1. The penalty for not filing a completed Annual Report on or before March 1st is $100. Interest at 1.5% per month applies to any unpaid tax balance.

Notification of Annual Report and Franchise Taxes due are sent to all Delaware Registered Agents in December of each year. Delaware has mandated electronic filing of domestic corporations Annual Reports.

LP/LLC/GP

Although Limited Partnerships, Limited Liability Companies and General Partnerships formed in the State of Delaware do not file an annual report, they are required to pay an annual tax of $250.00. Taxes for these entities are to be received no later than June 1st of each year.

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The Secretary of the State is designated by the Constitution and General Statutes of Connecticut as the official keeper of a wide array of public records and documents.  The office is a vital source of information regarding various businesses, commercial lenders, elections, legislation, regulations and other areas, and responds to more than 600,000 requests for information annually. It also publishes, distributes and sells the State Register and Manual and other publications.

Connecticut law makes the Secretary of the State responsible for the administration of many aspects of business law including the approval of all certificates of incorporation, organization and dissolution, as well as annual and biennial reports.  Trademarks are registered here as well. 

As Commissioner of Elections for the State of Connecticut, the Secretary is charged to administer, interpret and implement election laws and ensure fair and impartial elections.  Under the terms of the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, the Secretary has the same responsibility for federal elections.

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      Business Services  files and maintains legally required records showing the formation of and fundamental changes to corporations, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, limited partnerships and other businesses.  Business Services disseminates that information to the general public and the business, banking and legal communities.  Transactions relevant to security interests in personal property are perfected by filing statements under the Uniform Commercial Code statutes with the Research and Response unit.  These filings protect the holder of the security interest by securing the lien and providing public notice that such interest exists.  Trade, service, collective, certification and device marks are granted registration and the division investigates and collects fees and penalties from foreign corporations doing business in Connecticut without authority. The division is also responsible for administering the Address Confidentiality Program (ACP), which provides services to victims of crime.

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Business Services offers real time access to corporate and UCC (Uniform Commercial Code) documents via the Internet. Anyone who has access to the Internet can go to the Secretary of the State’s website and then to Business Services Application. You may obtain names and addresses of corporate officers and directors, business addresses and a listing of all filings made for that business.

Business Service’s Customer Service Center is open for customers from 8:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. These expanded hours have given the business community more time during the business day to submit requests and file documents.

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The State of Colorado and local governments provide incentives focused on job creation, employee training, expedited permitting, licensing and infrastructure improvements, local property tax abatements, and targeted industry tax relief.

FUNDING & INCENTIVES

Colorado offers various tax incentives and funding programs, including debt and equity financing, funding provided to banks to encourage lending, cash incentives, grants, and tax credits. All are focused on supporting economic development activities in Colorado.

CDBG BUSINESS LOAN FUNDS

Every year, the State of Colorado receives an allocation of federal funds to use for both community and economic development efforts within the state. OEDIT receives approximately one-third of the state’s annual allocation of funds to use specifically for economic development efforts statewide. Specifically, we use this funding to aid the state’s Business Loan Funds.

Currently, Colorado has 14 Business Loan Fund locations, which have service areas covering the majority of the state’s rural areas. These 14 programs are responsible for promoting and fostering economic development efforts at the local level by providing financial assistance in the form of loans and loan guarantees to businesses in their respective regions. The loan program is locally driven, with each loan fund having its own local loan review committee and local Board of Directors. Colorado uses federal funds and Community Development Block Grant Funds (CDBG Funds) it receives to provide funding to aid the state’s Business Loan Funds.