Forming a Legal Entity
Incorporating in Connecticut
The incorporation process can be intimidating, but the Secretary of State's office in Connecticut makes it fairly easy to incorporate. In addition, our list of Connecticut corporate formation resources will help you to quickly and easily form a Connecticut corporation.
The Commercial Recording Division files and maintains legally required records showing the formation of and fundamental changes to corporations, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, limited partnerships and other businesses.
State of Connecticut Corporations Division
30 Trinity Street
Hartford, CT 06106
Incorporate in Connecticut
Useful Connecticut Incorporation Links
- Secretary of State - Connecticut office of Secretary of State.
- Starting a Business (PDF) - A step by step guide on how to start a business in Connecticut.
- Commercial Recording Division - This Connecticut department files and maintains legally required records showing the formation of and fundamental changes to corporations, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships, limited partnerships and other businesses.
- Concord - Access Connecticut's online system for business and UCC filings.
- Forms - Access a list and pdf of all Commercial Recording Division forms.
- Connecticut Small and Minority Business Resources - Access to special services offered in Connecticut to small and minority owned businesses.
- Authentication and Apostille - Information and access to the Connecticut process of authenticating documents for use in foreign transactions.
- Business Development Resources - Interested in starting a business in Connecticut? Look here for everything you need including forms, fees, funding and resources.
- Connecticut Licensing - Quick and easy access to the licensing information needed to start, expand or relocate a business in Connecticut.
Last updated on February 27, 2020.
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