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Last updated December 9, 2021

Oregon LLC Operating Agreement

Quick Start Guide
This Quick Start Guide is a brief overview of how to form an LLC in Oregon.

Detailed Lessons:

 

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Oregon LLC annual report fee: $100

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LLC Operating Agreement (template + instructions)

Oregon LLC Operating Agreement Download

Both links below are to the same document. The 1st is a Word document. The 2nd is a PDF.

Operating Agreement (Word)

Operating Agreement (PDF)

Next Step

After you’ve completed and signed your Oregon LLC’s Operating Agreement, you can then proceed to the next Lesson: Tax ID Number (EIN).

Matt Horwitz
Matt Horwitz
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4 comments on “Oregon LLC Operating Agreement”

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  1. Can say a sole proprietorship LLC,
    Have two ppl on the checking account?
    We are husband & wife..
    2 companies
    I was going to be the owner of one company & have husband be owner of another.. but both need to be on the actual account.
    Please advise,
    Melissa

    • Hi Melissa, you’ll need to speak with the bank about that, but generally no, since a Sole Proprietorship is simply just one individual conducting business. Hope that helps.

  2. Two questions:

    1) Do I need to keep physical copies of company records or can I keep only digital versions?

    2) When signatures are needed do I need physical signatures or is it possible (and how) to use digital signatures?

    Thanks!

    • Hey Ryan, digital copies are okay. Physical copies aren’t required. You can use digital signatures too. It can be done in most software like Adobe, Word, etc. Hope that helps.

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