Starting a Kansas LLC
An Kansas LLC is a formal structure that protects your home, car, and bank account if your business is sued.
An LLC can be used to run a business or hold assets like real estate, cars, boats, or planes.
It’s easy to set up an LLC. Search the state database for your LLC’s name and choose your Registered Agent.
Send your Articles of Organisation to the Secretary of State and wait for your LLC to be accepted.
If you file your LLC by mail, the filing fee is $165, and it will be approved in two to three working days (plus the time it takes to get there). The filing fee for an LLC is $160 if you do it online, and the filing is usually approved immediately.
Check out How Much Does an LLC Cost in to learn more about fees.
After your Kansas LLC is accepted, finish your Kansas LLC Operating Agreement and get your Kansas EIN Number (also called a Federal Tax ID Number) from the IRS. Next, find out if your LLC needs a Business Licence or any other permits to do business.
You must also file a LLC Annual Report annually to keep your LLC in good standing. If you file by mail, the fee is $55; if you file online, the price is $50.
And make sure your small business pays any LLC Taxes due every year. You should hire an accountant to make sure everything goes well.