Missouri LLC is a legal structure that protects your home, car, and bank account if your business is attacked.
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 in Missouri. Look up the name you want for your Missouri LLC and choose a Missouri Registered Agent.
File your Articles of Organization and pay the state’s filing fee of $50 online or $105 by mail. It makes up your LLC. If you file your LLC online, it will be accepted immediately. If you file by letter, approval takes 3–4 weeks (plus the time it takes).
Visit LLC Cost in State to learn more about fees.
After your LLC is accepted, you will need to finish your Missouri LLC Operating Agreement and get an EIN from the IRS for your LLC. You should also find out if your business needs a business license in Missouri.
And there’s good news: This state does not require filing an Annual Report or paying a fee, unlike most states. LLCs in Missouri don’t have Annual Reports. But ensure you know about the annual LLC Taxes that must be paid.