Incorporating New Mexico Corporations
What is a New Mexico corporation?
New Mexico corporations are separate legal entities established by the shareholders. The shareholders elect to have an incorporator make the action to incorporate a New Mexico corporation to create a separate entity from them personally.
How much do New Mexico corporations cost?
A New Mexico corporation will cost $100 to file the articles of incorporation. The fee is actually $1 for each 1,000 shares of the total amount of authorized shares, with a $100 minimum and a $1,000 maximum.
How to form New Mexico corporations:
It will take about 3 months to process your NM corporation articles of incorporation and you have to mail in your articles of incorporation. We recommend expediting your filing. $100 will get your filing processed in two days, and $150 will get it processed in one day.
If you need a federal tax ID number, that can be obtained online immediately with the IRS.
How are New Mexico corporations regulated?
New Mexico Corporations are governed by New Mexico Code – Chapter 53 Corporations.
New Mexico corporations require:
New Mexico requires original signatures so you need to attach the signed registered agent consent portion.
You can do the filing yourself and use our free New Mexico corporate tools we provide in your online account, or you can pay our $100 incorporating New Mexico service fee and we'll do it for you. When you pay us to form your New Mexico corporation, your money actually goes back into the local community. Why? Because we actually run a corporation in New Mexico, just like you.
When we incorporate a New Mexico corporation, our incorporating New Mexico service includes:
Total incorporating New Mexico package for only $325 to form a New Mexico corporation, and that includes the state filing fees.
Northwest Registered Agent, Inc.
Santa Fe, NM 87505
Santa Fe County