How to Form an LLC in Colorado (5 Easy Steps)

Forming a Colorado LLC: An Easy How-to Guide

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The single biggest reason why you should form an LLC

in Colorado is to protect your personal assets.

A Colorado LLC, or Limited Liability Company, is a type of

business entity formed under Colorado law.

An LLC gives you personal liability protection in case your

business gets sued.

A Colorado LLC can do the following:

  • run a business

  • hold assets like real estate, boats, planes, and other vehicles

  • make money

  • own and lease property

  • enter into contracts

  • open a bank account

  • sue and be sued

An LLC creates a wall of protection between your business and personal assets.

Your personal assets are protected in the event your business gets sued.

There are 5 steps to forming an LLC in Colorado. They are:

  1. Choose a Name for your LLC

  2. Select your LLC’s Registered Agent

  3. File your LLC’s Articles of Organization

  4. Draft and sign your LLC’s Operating Agreement

  5. Get your LLC’s EIN (Employer Identification Number)

To make sure your LLC remains in good standing with the State after it’s been

formed, you’ll need to:

  • Filing your LLC’s Periodic Report (due every year)

  • Paying your LLC’s Taxes

In this guide, we’ll show you the simple yet detailed steps to creating and maintaining an LLC in Colorado. Simple because it’s straight-to-the-point, and detailed because it has everything you need to get it right the first time.

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