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Every state has its own requirements for the Articles of Incorporation. The amount of information that must be disclosed varies from minimal in many states that are considered pro-business, such as Delaware, to more extensive in other states. However, every state demands that you supply three basic facts about your business: its corporate name, its registered agent and the number of authorized shares.
All states require the three pieces of information discussed above, but many states require additional information. Information that may be required includes:
If you have questions about what is required to incorporate in the state of your choice, CT's incorporation specialists are a resource to help with the process.
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