File Your New Mexico LLC Articles of Organization

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New Mexico LLC Articles of Organization

Owning your own business can be a wonderful and rewarding adventure. Unfortunately, it is not quite as simple as setting up the lemonade stand you ran as a kid. Fortunately, we can help. 

Once you have decided to form a limited liability company (LLC), the process of filling out your official legal documents begins. The most important step is filing Articles of Organization in New Mexico. This document provides the state with basic information about your business. 

You will have your hands full with everything you need to do to get your business off the ground. Consider using our New Mexico LLC Formation Service, and give yourself the freedom to focus on the other aspects of your company. 

How to file your New Mexico Articles of Organization

Filing Articles of Organization in New Mexico can only be done online using the Secretary of State’s website. 

Make sure you have all the necessary information ready to go before you start the process. Here is some of the information you need. 

Step 1: Provide the Name of your LLC

New Mexico limited liability companies must adhere to all state naming guidelines. Your business name must include the phrase “limited liability company” or an abbreviation of the phrase. The name can’t contain any words that could cause it to be confused with a government agency. 

The name of your LLC must be distinguishable from other registered business entities in the state. Make sure that your chosen name is available with our Business Name Checker

Step 2: Indicate Duration of the Business

Some businesses are only intended to exist for a certain period. This timeframe should be noted. If the company has no intention of closing in the foreseeable future, leave this section blank. 

Step 3: Provide Registered Agent Information

Every formal business entity in New Mexico must have a registered agent. This person or entity officially receives legal and business correspondence for your company. They must be available during all regular business hours. If you need to find a New Mexico Registered Agent, we can help. 

Step 4: Include Business Address 

Have your physical business address available, along with your mailing address, if different. Depending on the type of business, your physical address may be the same as your registered agent. 

Step 5: Determine LLC Management Structure 

Choose how your limited liability company is going to be managed. Your options are:

This decision is up to you and anyone who may be included in the formation process. 

Step 6: Include Organizer Signature

The organizer is the person preparing the Articles of Organization in New Mexico. This person may be you, another member of the LLC or an outside party. If we file your New Mexico Articles of Organization, we will sign as your organizer. 

Where to file your New Mexico Articles of Organization

Articles of Organization in New Mexico are accepted only online. Visit the New Mexico Secretary of State: Corporations and Business Services page to start the process and create an account. Enter your contact information and create a username, password, and security question. Once your registration is successful, you can log in and file your New Mexico Articles of Organization. 

What are the next steps?

After you file your Articles of Organization in New Mexico, there are still several steps to take before you are fully ready to conduct business. 

Create an Operating Agreement 

An operating agreement is a document that lays out how your company runs. It’s recommended but isn’t required in New Mexico. An operating agreement helps avoid serious issues when internal questions or conflicts arise. It may also be requested by your business bank, other lenders, or a specific government agency. Get started with our Operating Agreement Template

Business License and Permits

Obtain all the necessary licenses and permits to run your business. New Mexico doesn’t have a statewide general business license, but licenses and permits may be required depending on your business type or location. We can help you determine what you need with our Business License Report

Get an EIN

The IRS issues your Employer Identification Number (EIN). You have to have this number for tax documents and to open business accounts. We can acquire your EIN for you. 

Open Business Accounts

It’s essential to keep your business and personal finances separate. Once you have your EIN, you can open business bank accounts and other accounts. 

We can help with your Articles of Organization in New Mexico

Our services include more than just business formation documents. We can help you remain in good standing with our Worry-Free Compliance Service and our Annual Report Service. We can even help you manage transactions with our ZB Money app! 

Starting a new business can seem overwhelming. Formalities like your LLC state of New Mexico Articles of Organization do not have to be complicated. Let us do some of the heavy lifting so you can focus on the fun stuff. 

Disclaimer: The content on this page is for informational purposes only, and does not constitute legal, tax, or accounting advice. If you have specific questions about any of these topics, seek the counsel of a licensed professional.

FAQs

  1. How do I change my Articles of Organization in New Mexico? 

    To amend your Articles of Organization in New Mexico, you must submit the Articles of Amendment form to the New Mexico Secretary of State.

  2. How do I file Articles of Dissolution in New Mexico? 

    File New Mexico Articles of Dissolution with the Secretary of State. Submit the form in person or by mail.

  3. What documents are required for starting a corporation in California? 

    All New Mexico corporations file Articles of Incorporation. This document is similar to the LLC Articles of Organization.

  4. Does New Mexico require an LLC to have an Operating Agreement?

    New Mexico doesn’t require LLCs to have operating agreements, but they are highly recommended.

  5. Do I need a lawyer to form an LLC in New Mexico?

    You don’t need a lawyer to form a New Mexico LLC, but you may want to speak to one to help you decide if an LLC is the right business structure for your company.

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