Go to http://wikidownload.com/wiki/massachusetts-llc-certificate-organization-forms/ How to Form an LLC in Massachusetts under the Statute 156C-12 and allows any resident from Massachusetts to apply and setup an LLC through an Articles of Organization. Steps 1 Online Filing. - To file online you will have to first get an EIN number from the IRS. You can apply online. 2 Choose Your LLC Name. - You want to choose the name for your LLC. If you have a name you would like to use you may want to check to see if it has been taken, check with the Massachusetts LLC Search Tool. 3 Go to Website. - Click on 'File Online'. You will be guided through the steps and asked the required questions in order to compete your LLC formation. You will need to pay a filing fee of $520. Estimated 7-10 business days to arrive in the mail. 4 Paper Filing. - Download the Massachusetts Articles of Organization. Completely fill in all the necessary blanks. Create a check in the amount of $500 and make payable to the 'Massachusetts Secretary of State' Mail Articles of Organization along with the filing fee to the following address: Secretary of the Commonwealth, One Ashburton Place, Room 1717, Boston, Massachusetts 02108-1512 Estimated business 10-15 days wait from the time you send the Articles of Organization. 5 Apply For EIN Number. - Unlike an online filing where you must get an EIN/Tax ID number in the 1st step, with a paper filing you will need to get this last. You will need an EIN number in the chance you will want to make a bank account under this L
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