The following table sets forth a comprehensive summary of this state’s LLC laws, filing requirements, taxation and more.
Keep in mind though, that the information in this table is subject to the whim of each state’s lawmakers, so the information is constantly changing.
It’s a good idea to do a reality check with the Secretary of State’s office to confirm that the information is still current.
|Contact Information for LLC Filing and Assistance Office||Corporations Division|
District of Columbia
Department of Consumer Regulatory Affairs
941 North Capitol Street, N.E.
Washington, DC 20002
|LLC Filing and Assistance Website Address||http://dcra.dc.gov/dcra/site/|
|LLC Filing Fees||The fee for filing Articles of Organization is $100. A completed “Written Consent to Act as Registered Agent” form must be attached to the Articles of Organization . A “Combined Business Tax Registration Application,” form F500 must also be filed with the LLCs articles. Foreign LLCs must file an Application for Certificate of Registration for a Foreign Limited Liability Company and submit a filing fee of $150.|
|LLC Name Reservation Information||District of Columbia organizers may pay a $25 fee to reserve an LLC name by filing an “Application for LLC Name Reservation Information” form available on the Department of Consumer Regulatory Affairs’ website. The name reservation remains effective for 60 days.|
|Link to Get LLC Formation Forms||http://mblr.dc.gov/corp/forms/index.shtm|
|Periodic LLC Reporting Requirements||District of Columbia LLCs must file a “Two-Year Report for Foreign and Domestic Limited Liability Companies.”The reports are due on or before the first June 16 to fall following the LLCs registration and on or before June 16 every two years thereafter.|
|Link to Get LLC Tax Forms||http://cfo.dc.gov/cfo/cwp/view,a,1324,q,590950,cfoNav,|33210|,.asp|
|LLC Tax Summary||LLCs must file the District of Columbia’ s “Declaration of Estimated Franchise Tax liability to exceed $1,000 for the taxable year. LLCs engaging in business activity in which its receipts exceed $12,000 for the taxable year must also file an “Unincorporated Business|
|LLC Statute||Title 29, Chapter 13 of the Code of Laws of the District of Columbia|
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