Incorporating in Delaware, Does the owner have to create publications to be recognized as an LLC?


I'm planning to incorporate in Delaware. But not sure If from the start I have to create an x amount of publications to be recognized in the state as an LLC.

I incorporated an LLC In NYC and it was a must from the start to have an x amount of publications to be recognized as an LLC by the state. It can be very expensive (it can easily be in the thousands).

If possible, I don't want to do any publications this time around. I just want to incorporate smoothly and just worry about my business.

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asked Apr 24 '12 at 09:28
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Delaware does NOT have a publication requirement.

answered Apr 24 '12 at 09:49
Chris Fulmer
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If you read Delaware State law on LLCs, you'll find that there is no publication requirement. NY State law has this requirement: You'll still have to pay annual renewal fees. Make sure to keep track of filing deadlines.

answered Apr 24 '12 at 10:18
Henry The Hengineer
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