When starting a business in Colorado, one has many options. One can be a sole proprietor, a partnership, incorporate, or choose to become a Limited Liability Company or LLC. Limited Liability Companies combine many of benefits a sole proprietorship has, such as simplicity and taxes but provides the legal protection that a corporation affords. Forming an LLC has certain requirements specific to Colorado. Here’s how to start an LLC.
The State of Colorado calls the Articles of Organization the Incorporation of Domestic LLC. The prospective LLC owner must file the Incorporation of Domestic LLC to create the LLC. The prospective owner will fill out a form and pay a fee.
I'm an entrepreneur myself. When talking to others who want to start their own business, they often get wrapped up in the nitty gritty of paperwork and forming the company. They forget that what really matters is customers, sales, and profit. That's why I created How to Start an LLC.org: a simple resource and guide so you can spend less time on forming your company, and more time on building it.
My lawyers want me to remind you that I'm not a lawyer and that I'm completely unqualified to offer legal advice. This site is meant to serve as a reference for you on your journey. If you have questions or concerns, please contact a qualified lawyer (or accountant) to help you. Also, as a general rule, never take random legal advice on the internet.