Benefit Corporation Formation Services

The power to do good, combined with the ability to make profits. CT's experts can guide you through the ins-and-outs of this exciting new business structure.

With CT, you have a partner that:

  • Understands your focus on your business purpose and values, as well as your commitment to transparency and exemplary corporate social responsibility.
  • Puts over 125 years of experience at your disposal during every stage of your business cycle
  • Stays abreast of every state requirement, process, and regulation as they’re happening to keep your business moving forward.

Here's how CT can help you:

We provide the services you need to form or convert to a Benefit Corporation:

  • Registered agent services, as well as any other representation services your business requires
  • Conversion of an existing corporation or LLC to a benefit corporation
  • Formation of a new benefit corporation in your selected state
  • Qualification to do business in other states
  • Document retrievals

And, we will be with you as your business grows, to meet all your ongoing business compliance needs:

  • Registered agent services, in every state where you do business, and other necessary representation services
  • Annual Report Filings
  • Business License Research, Filings

Why Choose CT?


More than 125 years of compliance expertise.


65% of Fortune 500 companies trust us with their compliance.


Personal representatives who support you across the life of your business.

Benefit Corporation FAQs

What is a benefit corporation?

Benefit corporations, also known as a “B Corps”, are a new class of corporation created to serve a beneficial public purpose while pursuing a profitable bottom line. Unlike traditional corporations, which are operated solely to profit their shareholders, benefit corporations must balance shareholder interests with a clearly stated social mission.

May I change from a traditional corporation to a benefit corporation?

If you are incorporated in a state that authorizes benefit corporations, then yes. If your incorporation state doesn't yet allow benefit corporations, you can either change your corporation's home state or form a new corporation in a state that does.

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