LLC Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
What do I need to start an Idaho LLC?
You need to file articles of organization with the state of Idaho.
Do I need an attorney to form an LLC?
No, you can prepare and file your articles of organization yourself, or you can hire us to do it for you by filling out the proper forms. If you are unsure if you need to be incorporated, or what kind of corporation you should have, you should consult an attorney and/or an accountant and/or read some of our great, extensive information on corporations and LLC’s.
How many people do I need to start an LLC?
You only need one, but you can have as many as you’d like.
Can members be other entities, or do they have to be individuals?
Members can be other corporations, LLC’s or individuals; any combination works.
Should I be member managed, or manager managed?
If you are the sole operator of this LLC, you would probably want to be member managed, because there will be no one else in the organization. If you operate this LLC as a business, and have multiple members who own interest in this LLC, but some of them are silent partners, and do not get involved with the day-to-day management of the organization, you would probably want to be manager managed. This will give your CEO, or operations manager, signing capabilities for your Idaho LLC.
If you are unsure of this, you should consult an attorney. Idaho Registered Agent is not an attorney, and this is only information based on previous filings. These are only Idaho Registered Agent’s opinions, and do not qualify as legal advice.
How soon do I get my documents?
The State gets our paperwork the same day you hire us. If you use their rush service for $20.00 extra, they will have your documents filed within 8 hours of receipt. Without the rush service, it takes about 2-4 days for them to file the paperwork. We file electronically with the State and get your paperwork back very quickly.
Do I keep getting bills from you?
If you use our registered agent services to keep your privacy and personal information from being public, you will get a bill for $49.00 each year. You can cancel at any time. Our fees are half of our next cheapest competitor.
Is the annual registered agent fee a year from time of service, or calendar year?
It is one year from the time you hire us. Your annual report will be due one year from the time your paperwork is filed, so you can get everything taken care of at one time.