How Do You Incorporate A Business In Florida?
A corporation is a business that gives employees and owners limited liability in the company’s financial affairs (up to their own financial investment). Florida is one of the simpler states in which to incorporate your business, and, while you can do so with the help of an experienced attorney, you can do it by yourself as well. Now it’s even possible to incorporate a business in Florida online. Go to Florida’s Department of State Web site (see Resources, below) to download the forms you need in order to incorporate in the state (Form cr2e010). You may also contact the Secretary of State’s office directly by calling (850) 245-6052. Submit a Name Registration form to the office of the Secretary of State. This will reserve the name of your business and prevent others from reserving it. You may fill out the form online and print it out or print it and fill it in by hand. There is a fee for getting this form registered. Complete the Articles of Incorporation and remit them to the office of