If you are looking to incorporate in Idaho, then CorpNet has the services available to assist you. The authority for incorporating in Idaho falls under the Secretary of State, Corporations Division. The types of business structures available are Limited Liability Partnership, Limited Partnership, Corporation, Nonprofit Corporation, Professional Service Corporation, Limited Liability Company, and Professional Limited Liability Company.
Foreign and Domestic Corporations
A foreign corporation is a corporation registered in another state that does business in Idaho. Foreign corporations and LLCs that wish to apply for a Certificate of Authority to do business in Idaho have to tender an application as well as a Certificate of Existence to prove that their business is in good standing elsewhere. The Certificate of Existence can be acquired from the office or agency in the state where the Articles of Incorporation were first filed.
Domestic corporations are those formed in Idaho.
Officers and documents
Corporations in Idaho must have one or more directors. Their names are not required to appear in the articles of incorporation. Any change (address or ownership) must be filed with the Secretary of State.
Corporate officer titles are decided on by the bylaws or the board of directors. It is possible for one person to hold several titles. The board of directors may amend, repeal, or adopt bylaws as needed unless the shareholders reserve this right according to the bylaws. The corporation keeps its bylaws at its main office and does not have to file them with the government.
Every Idaho corporation has to have a registered agent. This is the person that receives the official correspondence from the state. The registered agent has to be a resident individual of Idaho or a corporation that has the authority to conduct business transactions in the state. If you change the registered agent, you must inform the Secretary of State’s Office.
Every year, a report must be filed with the Idaho Secretary of State before the end of the month in which the corporation as incorporated. The annual report must include the names of the directors, the name of the corporation, the name of the registered agent, and the address.
Forming a corporation online
Incorporation in Idaho can seem like an intimidating undertaking. However, it is very possible to incorporate online by filing the appropriate forms in the right order and this can be dealt with through our services. We offer complete packages to establish your corporation or LLC without leaving out any key steps or documents. Mistakes can be costly and time consuming and should be avoided when possible.
Incorporating online is as effortless as providing some preliminary information and deciding on which kind of corporation fits your requirements. CorpNet is there to help you establish a corporation in Idaho and one-year Registered Agent Services is customary in our packages. As an added benefit, we include unlimited customer support.