Form A Colorado Corporation

Colorado Corporations

Corporations have existed since before the U.S.A. This longevity and the resulting stability provide great appeal. The separation of economic and voting rights provides further flexibility for those needing it. These benefits are accompanied by increased complexity however. From meetings to additional filings, a corporation comes with its own set of rules.

Colorado Corporation Benefits


  • Corporate Veil
  • New Low Tax Rates
  • Enhanced Professionalism
  • Nominee Officers
  • Perpetual Existence
  • Multiple Share Classes
  • Unlimited Share Count

Corporate Documents


    Allow us to handle the incorporation process and file your yearly reports. We will file all necessary paperwork the state and act as your registered agent. In future years, we will file your periodic report and will keep you compliant.

    Articles of Incorporation
    Your articles are the first thing to be filed with the Secretary. It brings your company into existence, provides the scope of business activities and defines the relationship between share holders. For example, a professional corporation must contain a clause limiting ownership to individuals holding the required license. The articles also list company name, principal and mailing address, registered agent, and incorporator. This information all goes into the Colorado Secretary of State's database. When you use our service to incorporate, though, we enter our information rather than yours. This protects your identity and keeps your assets from being easily found.

    Corporate Bylaws
    Bylaws are the rules made by the Board of Directors. They govern the corporation, list the officers, detail shareholder meetings, record keeping procedures, stock classes, the responsibilities of owners and managers, etc. As the articles bring the company into existence, so do the bylaws govern that existence.

    Organizational Minutes
    The first meeting held by the company ratifies the incorporation processs, electors directors and handles other notable matters.

    Resolutions
    One of the board's duties is to vote on and enact resolutions. These are essentially actions the board resolves to undertake. For example, our corporate package includes a resolution to open a bank account. As it sounds, it's a resolution which states the company has resolved to open a bank account.

    Legal Assistance
    Our package is meant to provide everything you need to incorporate and open a bank account. If you require complex bylaws and articles then you should consult a corporate attorney. Seemingly simple clauses must be consistent with the whole document, along with State and Federal laws. We advise using our documents as templates to save time and money when approaching an attorney.

    Corporate Records


    Colorado Corporations are required to maintain extensive records. You may store the records digitally using our system. This ensures they are always accessible and you stay in compliance. The list includes, but is not limited to:

      • Articles & Bylaws
      • Minutes from Meetings (Last 3 Years)
      • Communications to Share Holders
      • Record of Director Actions in lieu of meeting
      • Record of Board Actions in lieu of meeting
      • Record of Share Holders
      • List of Officers & Directors
      • Copy of Annual Report
      • Three Years of Financial Statements

    Our Corporation Package Includes:


    • All Fees
    • We Do Everything
    • List Our Names - Not Yours
    • First Year Registered Agent
    • Bylaws
    • Organizational Minutes
    • & More

    Colorado Corporation FAQ


    What is an s corporation?
    An S corp is a pass through tax election with the IRS. This means corporate income flows directly onto the owners tax returns. Profits are not taxed twice. There is a limit of 75 shareholdrs and each owner must be a U.S. resident. Outside of taxes the corporation remains identical.

    What are the yearly requirements
    Colorado's Secretary of State only requires you to file a periodic (annual) report and maintain a registered agent. The annual report is simple to file, or you may have us do it to keep your name and signature out of public records.

    What is the corporate veil?
    The corporate veil is the legal concept that a corporation is its own person under the eyes of the law. A corporation may do many of the same things a person can, including entering into contracts and guaranteeing debts. This separation limits the liability owners face to their initial contribution in. Business creditors cannot seize the personal assets of owners. This separation means some companies would do well to form multiple corporations. In this way risky assets and valuable contracts can be separated from each other.

    Should I remain a sole-proprietorship?
    If you are small enough to consider being a sole-prop, then forming a limited liability company is probably for you. They offer many of the same benefits a corporation does, but are easier to start and maintain. They also provide more flexible taxation among other benefits. Learn more about incorporating in Colorado here.

    Why us


    We don't complicate things. Everything is handled correctly, the first time, so you have one less thing to worry about. After that, we will only bug you again when your periodic report is due next year. It really is that easy.

    Colorado Corporation Fees


    • Article Amendment $25
    • Yearly Report $10
    • Late Fee $50
    • Name Reservation $25
    • Name Change $10
    • Address Change $10
    • Corporate Reinstatement $100
    • Apostille a Document $5
    • Apostille a Document $15 Expedited
    • DBA/Trade Name $20
    • DBA/Trade Name Renewal $10