LLC Annual Fees by State

The table in this article shows LLC annual fees for all 50 states. The average LLC annual fee in the US is $91. Most states require LLCs to file Annual Reports, but some do not. Most states call this the Annual Report, however, it has many other names: Annual Certificate, Annual List of Members, Annual Registration Fee, Biennial Report, Biennial Statement, Business Privilege Tax Return, Decennial Report, Franchise Tax Report, Periodic Report, and more.

Read moreLLC Annual Fees by State

Business Domain Name

Choosing the right domain name is just as important as choosing the name for your business. Your business domain name is what people type into their browser’s search bar to find your business’s website. This article explains how to find the perfect domain name for your business, and gives step-by-step instructions on using GoDaddy to purchase the domain.

Read moreBusiness Domain Name

LLC Filing Fees by State

The table in this article shows the filing fees for forming an LLC in all 50 states. LLC filing fees range from $40 to $505, with the average being $132. Keep in mind though, that you may need to hire a Commercial Registered Agent (additional cost) if you don’t have an address in the state where you’re forming an LLC. You also need to pay an Annual Report fee if your state requires it.

Read moreLLC Filing Fees by State

Business disaster planning

Major disasters, such as earthquakes and large-scale power outages, are rare. Smaller disasters, such as server failure, burst pipes and fires, however, happen every day. Companies often prepare for the worst but forget the everyday challenges, which can be just as crippling.

Read moreBusiness disaster planning

How long does it take to get an LLC?

Check how long it takes to get an LLC in all 50 states. This information is up-to-date and reflects any LLC processing delays. LLC processing time is the time it takes for each state to review your LLC filing and enter it in their system. After your LLC is approved, the state sends back your LLC approval documents and your business is ready to go!

Read moreHow long does it take to get an LLC?

×

How to form a US LLC

Non-US residents: If you want to form an LLC in the US, we recommend hiring doola.

doola specializes in forming US LLCs for international entrepreneurs.

They'll form your LLC, open your business bank account, and help with taxes. doola also has excellent customer service.

Hope that helps!

Matt Horwitz founder of LLC University
Matt Horwitz
Founder & Educator
LLC University®