An LLC in New Hampshire 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 airplanes.
It’s easy to set up an LLC . Search the state database for your New Hampshire LLC’s name and choose your New Hampshire Registered Agent.
Send your Certificate of Formation to the Secretary of State in New Hampshire and wait for your LLC to be accepted.
Your LLC can be registered by mail or online. In both cases, the state filing fee is $100, plus a $2 extracting fee if you file online.
If you file by mail, it will take 7–10 working days for your LLC to be accepted, plus the time it takes for the mail to get there. If you file online, it will take 7–10 working days for yourLLC to be approved.
You can also file your New Hampshire LLC by walking in, but this usually only helps people who live close or are willing to drive to Concord, NH 03301.
After your New Hampshire LLC is accepted, finish your New Hampshire LLC Operating Agreement and get your New Hampshire EIN Number (also called a Federal Tax ID Number) from the IRS. Next, determine if your new LLC needs a New Hampshire Business Licence or any other permits to start the business.
You must file a LLC Annual Report every year to ensure your LLC is in line. The fee is $100 and is due every year on April 1. And you have to pay any LLC taxes that are due. We suggest getting help from an expert.