Oregon Filing Fees

Oregon LLC Cost

The Oregon LLC filing fee is $100, and the processing time is five to seven days from the date your document is received. Filing can be done online, by mail, or by fax. 

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How much is an LLC in Oregon? 💵

The total cost to file an LLC in Oregon is $100.

Oregon LLC Cost: How do I get started? 🏁

It may seem complicated at first, but with our help, we can easily get your Articles of Organization filed quickly and correctly. We have helped more than 300,000 business owners with their dreams. To get our expert help, just hit the button below, and our Oregon LLC Formation Service will take it from there. 

What fees go into the final LLC cost in Oregon?💲 

How much it costs to start an LLC in Oregon: 

Oregon LLC Filing Fee

The Oregon LLC filing fee is $100. When you file your Articles of Organization you will have to submit the fee.

Annual Report Fee

The annual report filing fee for an Oregon LLC is $100 per year when paid directly to the State of Oregon. It is due on the LLC’s creation anniversary date.

Registered Agent Fee

Free: Every Oregon LLC is required to have a registered agent, but it could even be yourself if you choose. If you do it yourself, there will be no fee. 

With our registered agent services, we can easily get you set up with your own registered agent and handle any requirements without any extra work or worry from you.

What other Oregon LLC fees should I look out for? ✍🏽  

Now that your Oregon LLC is now official and paid for, there other fees to look out for.

Oregon Certificate of Good Standing

If you need to demonstrate to someone that your company exists and is in good standing with the state of Oregon, such as a bank or other lender, then you would request this certificate. It costs $10. 

DBA Name in Oregon

If you want to use a different name to market a new product, service, or business location, then using a DBA or “doing business as” name registration is the way to go. In Oregon, a DBA is called an Assumed Business Name, and it will cost $50. Using an assumed business name is easy, and it saves you from having to change or original LLC’s name. 

Foreign LLC

If you already have an LLC in another state but want to expand your business to Oregon, then you need to file an Application for Authority. Doing so registers the business as a foreign entity and eliminates the need to incorporate a new entity..

The cost to file a foreign LLC in Oregon is $275.

Business Licenses and Permits

Your company may need different licenses and permits at the federal, state, or local level to legally open your doors in Oregon. The number of these licenses and permits, and their total cost, will depend upon the type of business you run.

For just $49, we can form your Oregon LLC for you in just minutes. No LegalZoom promo code required: Pay just $49 plus filing fees for fast LLC formation in Oregon.

Are there penalties for paying my fees late in Oregon? ⏰   

Yes. If you don’t pay your fees, the state can revoke your registration. You will have a 45-day grace period after the filing deadline to submit the proper fee amount. But after that, the state will no longer allow your LLC to be legally operating in the state.

What happens if I can’t pay my filing fee to the Oregon government? ❌  

If you can’t pay the fee for whatever form you’re filing, then the Oregon Secretary of State’s office will not accept it.

Who receives the filing fees for forming my Oregon business? 🤑

The state of Oregon will receive your fees through the Secretary of State’s office.

What is the largest fee I will pay when I form my Oregon LLC? 💸  

The biggest fee you’ll see when starting your company will be the $100 filing fee for the Articles of Organization.

What payment methods can I use to pay my LLC or corporation filing fees to the Oregon government? 💳   

The most common and easiest method of filing documents is online, and the fees can be paid through a credit or debit card. However, if filing the forms online is not possible, then they can be filed along with a check or money order.

How do I form my LLC in Oregon? 📃

Name Your LLC 👋🏽 

What’s in a name? When first starting your business, a good name is extremely important. Oregon has a few rules that you must follow, however:  

  • Contain the words or abbreviations “limited liability company,” “L.L.C.,” or “LLC”
  • Not include words that suggest your LLC has an unauthorized purpose
  • Be different from other names on file with the Secretary of State

We can help you find and secure an LLC name that follows Oregon’s rules with our Business Name Checker and Business Name Reservation Service

 

Choose a Registered Agent 👩🏽‍⚖️ 

Every company registered to do business in Oregon is required to have a registered agent. A registered agent is there to officially accept service of legal papers such as lawsuits and other legal documents.

Registered Agent Options

You or another person can serve as your own registered agent as long as you have a physical street address in Oregon, but it might be a good idea to have someone else represent your company because the registered agent has to be open and available for service during normal business hours.

File Your Articles of Organization 📝

The Articles of Organization is the form that will officially create your LLC with the state of Oregon. You will have to pay a $100 filing fee. The filing can be done online at the Oregon Secretary of State website or via mail, or in person.

Create an Operating Agreement 🔖

Although Oregon doesn’t require LLCs to have an operating agreement, it’s still a good idea to create one. 

Operating Agreement Benefits

Operating agreements: 

  • A document that all owners agree upon and is legally binding, which details the rules and procedures for operating the business.
  • Protect personal assets of the LLC owners and outlines ownership percentages, responsibilities, voting power, and a succession plan if an owner decides to leave the business.
  • Creates a procedure for resolving any conflicts between the owners. 

To make it easy on you, you can use our Operating Agreement template to quickly draft an agreement so you can spend more time running your business and less time on paperwork.

Get an EIN  🏦  

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is an identification number for your company and officially registers your company with the federal government in order to pay taxes. EINs are also necessary when opening up a checking account or applying for business loans. 

Apply for an EIN on the IRS website, or use our EIN service when you form your LLC, and we can make sure it’s done correctly and on time. 

Check Oregon Annual Requirements 🗓    

Once you’ve set up your LLC, don’t forget to mark on your calendar the annual requirements from the state. 

Annual Renewal

Oregon requires that you renew your LLC every year on its anniversary date. The renewal fee is $100, and you have to confirm with the state that your LLC is still an active business and confirm your current business address. 

Avoid Fees

To keep up to date on the various annual forms you have to file, use our Annual Report Service to receive important notifications and help to file your annual reports on time, and avoid any late fees.

Stay Legally Compliant 🧑🏼‍⚖️   

It’s easy to forget to file with the state any substantive changes you may have to your LLC over the years, especially if your company is a success and very busy. That’s why we offer a Worry-Free Compliance Service to help you easily stay on top of what’s necessary to stay compliant with Oregon law.

We can help! 🙋🏽‍♂️  

If you’ve had a dream of being an entrepreneur and starting your own business, our single goal is your success. We’ll help you launch, start and run your new LLC so you can spend less time on research and paperwork and more time making money being your own boss. 

Our experts will keep on top of your LLC’s annual filing requirements so that you maintain your legal compliance with Oregon. We also offer endless amounts of business resources to help your LLC succeed in Oregon.

Disclaimer: The content on this page is for information 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.

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