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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the filing fees for creating an LLC?

The filing fees for creating a Limited Liability Company (LLC) are an essential part of the overall cost involved in forming an LLC. These fees are typically paid to the state, usually to the office of the Secretary of State, when you file the Articles of Organization. The filing fees can range between $50 and $800, depending on the state in which you are forming your LLC. However, it's important to note that the filing fees are just one part of the total cost of forming an LLC. Other costs can include business name registration fees, service fees for professional guidance or legal assistance, and state-specific expenses. For instance, some states require you to publish a notice of formation in a local newspaper, which can be quite costly. If your company is located outside the state of formation, you may also need to appoint a state-registered agent, which usually incurs an annual fee of about $100.

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