Incorporating in Vermont
Vermont corporations are formed by filing Articles of Incorporation with Vermont Secretary of State. The entire filing process takes 3-5 business days. To learn more about incorporating in Vermont you can visit Vermont State government website.
Name Identifiers and Abbreviations
The name of the Vermont corporation must end with one of the following words/abbreviations:
Bylaws and Minutes of Meetings
Bylaws is an important corporate document, serving as the "constitution" of the corporation. It defines various aspects or ownership and management of the corporation, as well as other aspects of corporation's existence. To properly establish, maintain and manage the affairs of the corporation directors and shareholders must meet periodically, and those meetings should be documented (minutes of meetings). Bylaws, minutes of all meetings, as well as other corporate documents, must be kept with your corporate records and are not filed with the state.
Vermont mandates all corporations to have bylaws, and properly maintain minutes of all meetings taking place. We can provide you with standard bylaws and minutes of initial meetings of directors and shareholders, as well as other important documents such as stock ledger and bills of sale of shares to initial shareholders.
Depending on the nature of your business some additional filings could be necessary to complete the proper set up of your corporation. Click on the items below to learn about each:
- EIN (tax ID)
- S-Corporation Election
- Sales Tax Registration
- Payroll Registration & Business Licensing
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Incorporating in Another State:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota