Connecticut Business Types

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Connecticut Business Overview

The Basics

Start a Connecticut corporation or  Connecticut LLC by filing formation documents with the Connecticut Secretary of State. Once the state files your documents, your business is formed. Our team of filing professionals can prepare and submit your paperwork to the Connecticut Secretary of State, and with IncFast Filing Times™ you always know how long it will take to form your company.

What to Know About Doing Business in Connecticut

Business Maintenance

All Connecticut Corporations and LLCs Must File: 

  • Certificate of Formation
    File your Certificate of Incorporation or Articles of Organization with the Connecticut Secretary of State and pay the fee. You can make these filings using the CT Secretary of States online system.
  • Corporation Initial Report
    Connecticut Corporations must file an initial report within 30 of incorporation. There is a $150 fee for the initial report.
  • Connecticut Annual Report
    Connecticut corporations and LLCs have to file annual reports with the Secretary of State each year.

Connecticut Business Taxes

Business Entity Tax
This tax is due every other year for Connecticut businesses, including corporations and LLCs. The business entity tax is $250.

Individual Income Tax
Income tax rates range from 3% to 6.7%.

Corporate Business Tax
Connecticut corporations must file a Business Tax Return each year. The minimum corporate income tax due is $250.

Choose Incorporate Fast to file your Connecticut business online quickly.

For years, new Connecticut small businesses have been choosing Incorporate Fast for their new Connecticut LLC formation and the creation of their Connecticut corporations because of our experience, service and pricing.

We have simplified the filing process, allowing you more time to concentrate of the other aspects of starting and running a new business.

How does it work?

Upon placement of your order, one of our knowledgeable staff reviewers will conduct a preliminary name search – noting potential conflicts within Connecticut, prepare and file your articles of organization with the Connecticut Secretary of State, and see that the filing gets approved with as little delay as possible.

Once your articles of organization have been filed/approved by Connecticut your new legal business entity has been officially created.

The entire process can be monitored through our secure “Client Login” menu which allows you to view your documents, important ID numbers, as well as the entire approval process.

Saving time and money while forming a Connecticut small business has never been easier than ordering with Incorporate Fast.