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Posted On : Sat Aug 20th,2016

 
How to Start an LLC in Connecticut?
 


Requirement to Form an LLC in Connecticut:    

 

  • A limited liability company is a business formed by an organizer who may, but need not be a member. It is a business entity separate from its members and liability is limited to the financial contribution.
  • Limited liability companies are formed for the purpose of generating profit, while limiting taxes and liability. Limited liability companies have all the powers granted to a corporation.
  • File Connecticut LLC Name Search before filing to ensure the name is available to avoid any delay in filing process due to the rejection by the state.
  • You can also Reserve Connecticut LLC Name if you are not ready to incorporate it now.
  • The Articles of organization LImited Liability Company must be filed with the state to register the Limited Liability Company in Connecticut.
  • Provide members' information, including name and address.
  • Provide social security number of at least one member to apply for the employer identification number (Not applicable for a non US resident).
  • Principal Office-REQUIRED: Include street number, street, city, state and zip code. (PO Box is not acceptable).
  • Nature of business-Required: It is sufficient to state the purpose of the limited liability company is to engage in any lawful act or activity for which a limited liability company may be formed under the Connecticut limited liability company act.
  • Connecticut  LLC can be incorporated with one member only.
  • Connecticut LLC can be Registered as a member managed or manager managed (See the difference below).
  • Appointment of statutory agent for process-REQUIRED: THE LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY MAY NOT BE ITS
    OWN AGENT. An individual or entity (other than this LLC) must be appointed to accept legal process, notice or
    demand served upon the limited liability company. The agent may be EITHER:
    a. Any individual who is a resident of Connecticut, including a manager or member of the LLC.
    • An individual must provide the complete street address of his or her business and a Connecticut residence
    address.
    (If no business address, must state none).
    • The agent must sign accepting the appointment.
    or
    b. One of the following business types, on record with this office, with a Connecticut address:
    • A Connecticut corporation, limited liability company, limited liability partnership or statutory trust.
    • A foreign corporation, limited liability company, limited liability partnership or statutory trust, which has obtained a
    certificate of authority to transact business in Connecticut and has a Connecticut address on file with this office.
    • Provide the Connecticut principal office address in the block designated for “Business address”. The agent
    must sign accepting the appointment and the person signing on behalf of a business must print his/her
    name and title next to his/her signature.
  • The Connecticut Articles of amendment must be filed if there is any change in the business name or members of the LLC.
  • Annual report must be filed to keep the CT LLC in good standing.
  • Processing Time-You can check the state current estimated time to process your LLC application either online at InfoTaxSquare.com website or contact us.
  •  We have customized online form to file 24/7. 

 

  LLC’s may have as many managers/members as they wish:

 

Managed LLC:

 

An LLC that is managed solely by its members(s) (i.e. its owner(s)). An LLC member is an owner of an LLC; in other words, an LLC member is the equivalent of a corporate shareholder.  

 

Manager-Managed LLC:

  

An LLC that is managed by at least one manager. An LLC manager is a person appointed by the LLC member(s) to manage the day-to-day operations of the LLC; an LLC Manager is the equivalent of a corporate director. LLC members may be appointed as an/the LLC manager.

 


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