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Starting a Business in Vermont
For years, businesses like yours have been choosing IncorporateFast to form their Vermont LLC online or to form their Vermont corporation online. Our top-notch customer service staff and our attention to detail have been a winning combination to make certain that new Vermont small businesses are formed quickly and to the specifications set by the Vermont Secretary of State.
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Doing Business in Vermont
All Vermont Corporations and LLCs Must File:
- Articles of Incorporation
Vermont corporations and LLCs are formed by filing the Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization with the Vermont Secretary of State. It costs $125 to form a Vermont corporation or LLC.
- Beneficial Ownership Information Report
Nearly all businesses formed by filing with the state of Vermont must file a federal Beneficial Ownership Information (BOI) Report with the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) following business formation. You can file online through FinCEN at no cost. Or, take advantage of our professional BOI report filing service for just $9.
- Annual Report
Vermont corporations and LLC’s must file annual reports with the Vermont Secretary of State. The corporation annual report is due 3.5 months after your fiscal year end. The LLC annual report is due by the end of the third month after your fiscal year end. Vermont corporations must pay a $45 fee while Vermont LLCs pay a $35 fee. The Vermont annual report may be filed online.
Vermont Secretary of State
Secretary of State
81 River Street
Montpelier VT 05609
Vermont Business Taxes
Individual Income Tax
The Vermont individual income tax rates range from 3.55% to 8.95%.
Corporate Income Tax
Vermont corporate taxes range from 6% to 8.5% with a minimum payment of $300.
Vermont Business License
Vermont does not require a state business license. Businesses do need to have the appropriate professional, city, or county licenses.