LLCs are governed by Nebraska Revised Statute – Chapter 21-117 Formation; certificate of organization and other filings.

Nebraska LLC registration:

Forming an LLC in Nebraska will cost a $110 LLC certificate of organization (formerly called articles of organization) state filing fee plus a $5 per page recording fee.

The state of Nebraska Secretary of State is in charge of filing LLCs, and it will take about 5-7 business days to process your Nebraska company certificate of organization. You can only file the paper form at this point, but LLCs will be able to file online with the NE Secretary of State in 2012.

Nebraska also requires that you publish your notice of organization in Nebraska.

You can learn more at How to Start a Nebraska LLC.

When forming an LLC in Nebraska, our service includes:

  • Drafting custom Nebraska articles of organization.
  • We make the state filing with the NE Secretary of State.
  • The organizer initial resolution.
  • LLC operating agreement.
  • The state filing fees.
  • Nebraska registered agent service (To learn more about registered agents, read our page: What is a Registered Agent?).
  • Our fees are: $100 Nebraska limited liability company service and $125 Nebraska registered agent service.

Total Nebraska company cost if you use our services:

$340 for a limited liability company and that includes the state’s LLC filing fee.

Any NE company expedited options?

No expedite options, but if you overnight documents and include a prepaid return envelope, it cuts down mail time.

How much does an NE LLC cost each year?

NE LLCs have biennial reports due April 1st of odd numbered years.The fee for the NE beinnial report is $10.

What are the taxes for an LLC in Nebraska?

The Nebraska personal net income tax rates are:

$0-2,400 2.56%
$2,400-17,500 3.57%
$17,500-27,000 5.12%
$27,000 + 6.84%

The average Nebraska sales tax rate is 6.5%. The state has a 5.5% tax, but the average local tax is 1% making a total of 6.5%.

Nebraska LLC Resources:

Free LLC Forms:

Want to compare entities? See our Nebraska Corporation page.