Incorporating Ohio Corporations
What is an Ohio corporation?
Ohio corporations are separate legal entities established by the shareholders. The shareholders elect to have an incorporator make the action to incorporate an Ohio corporation to create a separate entity from them personally.
How much do Ohio corporations cost?
An Ohio corporation will cost $125 to file the articles of incorporation.
How to form Ohio corporations:
The Ohio Secretary of State only accepts documents filed by mail or in person. It will take the Ohio Secretary of State about 5 business days to process your Ohio incorporation. You can choose 2 day expedited processing for an additional $150.
How are Ohio corporations regulated?
Ohio Corporations are governed by Ohio Revised Code – Title  XVII, Chapter 1701 General Corporation Law.
Ohio corporations require:
An incorporating Ohio ending such as Inc, corporation, or incorporated; a corporate purpose is optional unless you are forming a professional or non-profit corporation; an amount of Ohio corporation shares you would like to authorize; the amount of shares you are issuing; the class of the shares; the par value of the shares; the name and address of the Ohio corporation directors; an effective date of incorporation is optional; the name and signature of the Ohio incorporator; and the registered agent of the proposed Ohio corporation.
When we incorporate an Ohio corporation, Our incorporating Ohio service includes:
Total incorporating Ohio package for only $350 to form an Ohio corporation, and that includes the state filing fees.
Northwest Registered Agent Service, Inc.
Cleveland, OH 44113