The appointment and maintenance of an in-state registered agent is required

Vermont is a popular state for doing business especially for small businesses who make up 99% of the state's total businesses and employ 61% of its workforce. It also has a high early survival rate for those businesses -- 80% prosper beyond that difficult first year. However, doing business in Vermont requires compliance with many federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

CT Corporation's reliable, professional Registered Agent services ensure that you won’t miss a critical filing and endanger your business’ good standing and its right to defend itself in court. You'll benefit from monitoring tools and services that ensure insight into your business compliance so you’re always in control. With a professional Registered Agent, you can have the confidence of knowing that you’re aware of and on top of your compliance obligations.

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Easily appoint your registered agent online within 10 minutes

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Registered agent and formation

Our incorporation experts are here to help you start your business with a solid and smart foundation

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Registration in another state

Legally register an existing business in another state (Foreign Qualification)

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Legislative updates

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Case summaries

Commercial Domicile
Vermont National Telephone Company v. Department of Taxes, 2020 VT 83, decided October 9. 2020. The Vermont Supreme Court held that the Commissioner of Taxes did not err in determining that a corporation’s commercial domicile was in Vermont because that is where it conducted business operations and received the most benefits. Specifically, the Commissioner found its CFO filed all of its tax returns and paid its taxes from its Vermont office, its business records were kept in its Vermont office and it had over 50 employees residing or working in Vermont.


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*State fees are mandatory fees imposed by the state. Price includes online discount automatically applied at checkout.