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Starting an Oregon LLC

Once you've organized your Oregon LLC, Oregon makes compliance fairly easy. To stay in good standing with Oregon, you'll have to submit an annual report, each and every year, by the date of your business's anniversary. Want to learn more about starting an Oregon LLC? We can walk you through the process:
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Before you start

You'll have to provide some basic information so we can help you form your LLC in oregon. Here's what your state needs to know:
The name of your business
Your business address
Who's forming and managing your LLC
Your industry
A short statement of purpose

Running an Oregon LLC

Not sure how to complete your Oregon LLC? Learn what to do next to get your LLC up and running:
Step 1. Hire a Registered Agent
With our Registered Agent services, you can find one in Oregon. If you want to run your LLC business in Oregon, you must have both a Registered Agent and office in the state.
Step 2. Have an EIN
There is a variety of ways to apply for an Employer Identification Number: mail, online, phone, and fax.
Step 3. Create an LLC Operating Agreement
Hammer out the way your Oregon LLC will run with an LLC Operating Agreement. The state makes it optional but it’s still a good idea to complete one. The agreement can be either written or spoken.
Step 4. Have an Organizational Meeting
During an organizational meeting, you’ll meet with members of your Oregon LLC, have them approve the LLC Operating Agreement, collect initial contributions, appoint the officers (if any), and address any other issues.
Step 5. Turn in an Initial Report
You are not required to file an Initial Report with Oregon but it’s easy to submit one. All you have to do is provide details of your business (e.g., company’s officers, type of business, and Registered Agent).