Starting an LLC in Colorado
An LLC in Colorado is a formal structure that protects your home, car, and bank account in case your business is sued.
An LLC can be used to run a business or hold assets like real estate, cars, boats, or planes.
How to make a Colorado LLC:
Search the state’s database for your Colorado LLC’s name. Choose a Colorado Registered Agent for your LLC. File your Colorado LLC’s Articles of Organization and pay the $50 state filing fee.
When your Colorado LLC is approved:
- Fill out and sign your Colorado LLC Operating Agreement. Get an EIN for your Colorado LLC from the IRS.
- Every year, file your Colorado LLC Periodic Report. Hire an accountant to keep track of your Colorado LLC taxes. Get a Colorado LLC Certificate of Good Standing if your bank needs it.