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Ready to register your business with the Secretary of State? Check name availability and find a registered agent for your business.
The Department of Workforce Development has resources and services for employers. If you have employees, it might have some reporting requirements for you, too.
After you register your business with the Secretary of State's office, it's time to register with the Department of Revenue for tax purposes. Don't worry, it's pretty painless.
Welcome new businesses! You are the driving force behind our economy and livelihoods.
Let's get registered.
Did you fail to file a business entity report? If so, your business may have been administratively dissolved. We can get you back on track.
Have you changed your registered agent? Have you moved? It's easy to make these updates - and it's required.
You need to file a business entity report with the Secretary of State (every year for nonprofits, every two years for most others). You can do that here.
Have you had enough? Sorry to hear it. We'll help you through your final filing requirements.
INBiz was created so you could spend less time filling out forms and more time doing the things you love.
With INBiz, it's easy to register your business - truly!
It's every business's duty to look out for its employees.
This covers commercial transactions. Make sure you are up to speed.
Obtain free copies of business entity filings and certificates.
Depending on your business and location, you might need one or two.
Every great idea deserves a little protection.
Woman, Veteran, and Disadvantaged Certifications.
INBiz offers free certified copies of business entity filings and certificates.
Find answers to your business related questions.