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State of Vermont

Starting & Running Business in Vermont

Incorporate or Form LLC in Vermont
Benefits of incorporation in Vermont may be substantial for your business, if your business is located in another state, your home state's corporate filing fees and reports may still be required. We can provide you with information about your area so you can decide if a Vermont corporation is the right move for you.

There are a number of business entity types to consider when you are deciding the structure of your Vermont business. The most advantageous entities to form in Vermont are typically corporations or LLCs. Although other entity options are possible, these are the entities that offer the highest level of liability protection in Vermont. As you review the characteristics of incorporating or forming an LLC in Vermont, be sure to keep in mind both the present and future needs of your business. Often, when you start a business it begins as a small organization.

Learn more about Vermont

Capital: Montpelier
State abbreviation/Postal code: Vt. / VT
Governor: Jim Douglas, R (to Jan. 2009)
Secy. of State: Deborah L. Markowitz, D (to Jan. 2009)

Vermont Links

State Refund Status : To check your state income tax return refund Call 1-866-828-2865 (toll-free in Vermont) or 802-828-2865 (local or out-of-state)

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If you decide that a Vermont corporation or LLC is the best option for your business, We will prepare and file all the necessary documents to form your corporation or LLC. Save time and money.Take 10 minutes to fill out our quick and easy online order form OR call us at 516-822-3100, 516-822-3175 and we do the rest.

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