Starting an Oklahoma LLC
Oklahoma Limited Liability Company (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 make an LLC. Search the state database for your Oklahoma LLC’s name and choose your Oklahoma Registered Agent.
Send your Articles of Organisation to the Oklahoma Secretary of State and wait for your LLC to be accepted.
Your LLC can be registered by mail or online. In both cases, you have to pay $100 to the state to file.
How much an LLC tells you everything you’ll have to pay.
If you file by mail, your LLC will be accepted in 5–7 business days (plus the time it takes). If you file online, it will take 2-3 business days for your LLC to be accepted.
Due to the current state of the world and government delays, it may take longer to file. See how long it takes to make an LLC.
After your LLC is accepted, you must finish your LLC Operating Agreement and get your EIN Number (also called a Federal Tax ID Number) from the IRS. Next, find out if your business needs an Business Licence or any other kind of permit to run.
Each year, you must file an Oklahoma LLC Annual Certificate with the Secretary of State to ensure your Oklahoma LLC is in good standing. The state has a $25 fee.
And your small business must pay any Oklahoma LLC Taxes due every year. We suggest getting help from an expert