Minnesota Corporation Formation
Steps To Form A Minnesota Corporation
You will form your Minnesota corporation under the jurisdiction of the State of Minnesota. Articles of Incorporation are filed in the office of the Secretary of State. Clickandinc.com can form a Minnesota corporation for you by filing your articles with the Secretary of State.
Below are things you need to know when forming a Minnesota corporation.
1. You must choose a name for your corporation. You are responsible for reviewing Minnesota state laws with respect to naming your corporation. The corporate name must be distinguishable from all existing Minnesota corporations. If the name is not distinguishable from a name currently on record, the state will reject your filing. To avoid this, have ClickandInc.com conduct a search for name availability for you.
2. Your company will need a registered agent to accept service of process on behalf of your corporation. This person must have a Minnesota address. If you do not have a registered agent with a Minnesota address, ClickandInc.com can obtain one for you.
3. Your company must issue no less than one share.
4. Your company must have at least one incorporator. All incorporators must sign the Articles of Incorporation.
More information about filing a Minnesota corporation can be found on the website of the Minnesota Secretary of State. ClickandInc.com can also help you to form your Minnesota corporation.
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