Ohio Corporation – Incorporate in Ohio – Ohio Incorporation
Are you looking to incorporate in Ohio?
Are you trying to learn about Ohio incorporation or corporation laws?
The following summary can get you started on your path to incorporation.
|Secretary of State Contact Information||Ohio Secretary of State
Business Services Division
P.O. Box 670
Columbus, Ohio 43216
(614) 466.3899 (fax)
|Secretary of State Address||www.state.oh.us/sos/|
|Corporation Filing Fees||The fee for filing Articles of Incorporation is $85 for corporations authorizing up to 850 shares. For corporations authorizing more than 850 shares, the following fee table applies: For 851 to 1,000 authorized shares, the filing fee is 10 cents per share. From 1,001 to 10,000 authorized shares, the filing fee is 5 cents per share. From 10,001 to 50,000 authorized shares, the filing fee is 2 cents per share. From 50,001 to 100,000 authorized shares, the filing fee is 1 cent per share. From 100,001 to 500,000 authorized shares, the filing fee is 1/2 cent per share. For all authorized shares in excess of 500,000 shares, the filing fee is 1/4 cent per share.|
|Corporation Name Reservation Information and Fees||Ohio offers informal name availability information by telephone by phone at (614) 466-3910 or (877) 767-3453, and by email at email@example.com. Ohio incorporators may reserve a corporate name by sending a written request (no form is available) to the Secretary of State accompanied by a $5 fee. The name reservation remains effective for 60 days.|
|Periodic Corporation Reporting Requirements||Ohio corporations and qualified foreign corporations must file an annual report. The annual report form is not available on the Secretary of State’s website. Contact the Secretary of State’s office to obtain an annual report form.|
|Corporation Tax Forms||http://dw.ohio.gov/tax/dynamicforms/|
|Corporate Tax Summary||Ohio corporations and foreign corporations doing business in Ohio must pay an annual corporate Franchise Tax . The Franchise Tax is based upon the corporation’s income attributable to Ohio operations and the net worth of the corporation. The minimum tax is $50.|
|“S” Corporation Information||Ohio recognizes the federal S corporation provision. Ohio corporations and qualified foreign corporations must file a Notice of S Corporation Status on Form FT-1120-S.|
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