Vermont Corporation Filing
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What is a Vermont Corporation?
A Vermont Corporation is (historically) the most popular form of a legal entity in the United States. Recently however, limited liability companies (LLCs) have become the prevailing choice of entity formation. Corporations provide a ‘corporate veil’ to their owners, known as stockholders (or shareholders), which shields them from the liabilities and obligations of the corporation.
In the State of Vermont (VT) a corporation is formed when the Articles of Incorporation have been properly completed, filed and accepted by the Secretary of State of Vermont (VT), along with the required registration fee.
The Vermont (VT) Articles of Incorporation must contain:
-The name of the corporation
-The principle Vermont (VT) address of the corporation
-The name and address of the Registered Agent
-The number, class and value of shares of stock the corporation is authorized to issue
-Statement describing the business of the corporation
-Date of the end of the corporations fiscal year
-The name(s) the incorporator(s)
-The names, addresses, professions, and license numbers of at least one half the directors
-The names and addresses of the directors
An S Corporation pertains solely to tax matters. It is a corporation that elects to be taxed under Subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code. The owners of the corporation report the profits and losses of S-corps on their personal tax returns. S corporations may only have one class of stock, they must be comprised only of shareholders who are United States citizens or residents, and there is a limit to 100 shareholders. The State of Vermont (VT) recognizes S-Corporations but does not require an additional annual filing.
Nonprofit corporations are created for the publics benefit or for the mutual benefit of the founders. Nonprofit corporations may not have shareholders or pay dividends, they also may not compensate members, officers or trustees.
In Vermont (VT) the name of your corporation must be distinguishable from any other corporations name within the State. CFS will conduct a preliminary name search to determine the availability of your corporation’s desired name.
Your corporation’s name must end in one of the following (or an abbreviation): Incorporated, Corporation, Company, Limited.
If you fail to include an ending in your application Corporate Filing Solutions will add “Inc.” when preparing and filing your incorporation documents.
Articles of Incorporation Fee:
The filing fee for submitting Articles of Incorporation is $75.
Corporations operating in Vermont (VT) are required to file an annual report within two and one half months after the close of a corporations fiscal year.
Registered Agent Information:
The Vermont (VT) Secretary of State requires all corporations operating within Vermont to have a designated registered agent at all times. The registered agent may be any individual or business with a physical Vermont (VT) mailing address.
Corporate Filing Solutions provides affordable professional Registered Agent services in Vermont (VT) as well as the other 49 United States and Washington, D.C. Our Registered Agent services cost $95 per year.
CFS’s legal name and address in Vermont (VT) are:
Corporate Filing Solutions, LLC
1478 Hungtington Road
Richmond, VT 05477
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