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Nebraska Company Formation

Nebraska Company Formation £1060.00 + Vat
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  • Nebraska LLC

Estimated renewal costs in year two: £725

Forming a Nebraska LLC

The Process

Nebraska limited liability companies are formed in around 7-10 business days.

Please Note Nebraska requires that every LLC, which is filing an application for a new business entity, publishes an article in a local legal newspaper of general circulation near the registered office of the company for three consecutive weeks. This adds to both cost and timescale.

Name Identifiers and Abbreviations

The name of the Nebraska limited liability company must end with one of the following words or abbreviations:

  • LLC
  • L.L.C.
  • LC
  • L.C.
  • Limited Liability Company
  • Limited Company
  • Limited Liability Co.
  • Ltd. Liability Company
  • Ltd. Liability Co.
  • Ltd. Company
  • Ltd. Co.

Operating Agreement

A formal Operating Agreement will help to protect your company’s limited liability status and prevent your company from being run by the default rules created by the state. Although Nebraska does not mandate all LLCs to have an Operating Agreement, it is strongly recommended that you have one.

Additional Filings

Depending on the nature of your business, some additional filings could be necessary to complete the proper set-up of your LLC:

  • EIN (tax ID) – available as an optional extra for non-US residents.
  • Sales tax registration
  • Payroll registration & business licensing
  • Newspaper publication
Turner Little and its affiliates do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. Material on this page has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for, tax, legal or accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any transaction.