PROCESSING TIMES

HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE?  LLC / CORP.


Expedited Service is Available To Select When You Check Out (1-3 Business Days)


In some states, we file within 24 hours, however, in most states here's the average time it takes to get the licenses.

1. DBA Fictitious Name filing - In most states - averages from 3 to 5 Business Days.

2. The filing of a Business License Varies - average time 4 to 8 business days - could take longer.

3. Fed Tax ID number, take 1 hour to 24 hours.

4. State Tax id number varies from 1 to 5 business Days.

5. To get a Seller’s permit, it may take 3 to 5 business days.

6. LLC and corporation may take longer but can be done in 1-2 days in some states.


IMPORTANT: THIS IS ONLY FOR CORPORATIONS AND LLCS PROCESSING TIMES

State Avg. Time / Max Time Rush (1-3 Days)
Alabama 12 1/2 weeks 4 weeks
Alaska 7-10 Business days 2-3 Business days
Arizona 5-6 weeks 4-8 business days
Arkansas 2 weeks 7 business days
California 5-7 Business days 1-2 Business Days
Colorado 3 business days 1-2 Business Days
Connecticut 4-5 weeks 2-3 Business days
Delaware 10-15 Business days 1-2 Business Days
DC 2 weeks 2-3 Business day
Florida 10-15 Business days 5-7 Business days
Georgia 15-20 business days 2-3 Business days
Hawaii 3-5 business days 1-3 business days
Idaho 5-10 business days 1-2 Business Days
Illinois 4 Business days 2 Business days
Indiana 3-5 business days 1-2 Business Days
Iowa 3 weeks 5-7 Business days
Kansas 3-5 business days 1-2 Business Days
Kentucky 3-4 business days 2 Business days
Louisiana 15-20 business days 7-10 Business days
Maine 3 weeks 2 Business days
Maryland 10-12 weeks 7-10 Business days
Massachusetts 7 business days 2 Business days
Michigan 7-10 business days 2 Business days
Minnesota 7 business days 5 business days
Mississippi 3 business days 1-2 Business Days
Missouri 7-10 business days 2 Business days
Montana 10 business days 1-2 Business Days
Nebraska 10 business days 7 business days
Nevada 3-5 business days 2 Business days
New Hampshire 4-5 weeks 3-4 weeks
New Jersey 3-4 business days 2 Business days
New Mexico 3-4 weeks 2 Business days
New York 2-3 weeks 3 Business days
North Carolina 5-7 Business days 1-2 Business Days
North Dakota 3 weeks 2 Weeks
Ohio 3-7 business days 2 Business days
Oklahoma 5 Business Days 2-3 Business days
Oregon 7 business days 2 Business days
Pennsylvania 15-20 business days 7-10 Business days
Rhode Island 5 Business Days 2 Business days
South Carolina 4 weeks 10-15 Business days
South Dakota 3 weeks 7-10 Business days
Tennessee 5 Business Days 3 Business days
Texas 10 business days 3-5 business day
Utah 4 weeks 10-12 Business days
Vermont 7 business days 3-5 business days
Virginia 3 business days 2 Business days
Washington 2-4 Business days 2 Business days
West Virginia 4 weeks 10-15 Business days
Wisconsin 5-7 Business days 1-2 Business Days
Wyoming 7-10 business days 3-5 business days

FAQs

1

What Do I Need?

If you sell merchandise, food, or leasing equipment, you need a seller's permit. All businesses need a business license and an EIN. Using a business name such as "Modern Clothing" you need a DBA Doing Business As. Filing an LLC or Corporation eliminates the DBA requirement and protects your assets as well as saves on taxes.

2

How Long Does It Take?

Most documents take 1-2 days. To see detailed processing times for LLC and Corporation, Click Here

3

How Much Does It Cost

Business license services costs $39, EIN $29, Seller's Permit Starts at $39, and LLC / DBA / Copr. are $49 plus state fee.

4

How Do I Order?

Just Click on "Get It Now," and Select Your Licenses.

5

Should I File an LLC/DBA/Corp?

In most cases, just file an LLC. You will not go wrong.

6

How much money do I need to start my business?

If you have clients, don't worry about money to start because you are already in business. If you don't have clients, just make sure how to get them first. Then worry about money.

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