Minnesota Registered Agent Service in Owatonna, Minnesota!
When you form a corporation or LLC in Minnesota, you are required to appoint a registered agent to accept service of process and official mail on your behalf.
You’re Better Off With Us, Here’s Why:
- Registered Commercial Office in Owatonna, MN
- The Best Price in the Industry: Only $49 Per Year
- Instant Access to Our Top of the Line Online Customer Account System
- The Fastest Document Delivery Available: Your Documents Are Uploaded Within Minutes
- Dedicated Service From Our Friendly, Knowledgeable Staff of Minnesota Business Experts
If you’re looking for a Minnesota registered agent, you may think you need to find one in Minneapolis or else you’ll be out of the loop. Actually, nothing is further from the truth. We offer the best registered agent service in the state from right here in Owatonna, and we offer better prices than you’ll find in the big city. Why? It’s a lot cheaper in Owatonna to stay in business. Less overhead for us means more savings for you.
Our office isn’t huge. We run a small, local operation. We like it that way. It allows us to focus on offering the best service to our clients. We want you to feel like family, not like one more number in our corporate book.
As well as saving money, when you sign up with Minnesota Registered Agent Services LLC you’ll also be hiring the fastest business filing company in Minnesota. If there’s one thing we know better than our competitors, it’s Minnesota business. We know which forms to file and how to file them right, the first time. We don’t waste your time because we figure there’s a million other things you’d rather do than file business forms.
Don’t settle for a cut-rate company. Go with the best. Go with Minnesota Registered Agent Services LLC.
Registered Agent Service in Minnesota
Am I Legally Required to Have a Minnesota Registered Agent?
Yes. Minnesota state law (MN Code Chapter 5, Section 5.36) requires that all business entities continuously maintain a registered office and registered agent in the State of Minnesota.
The law is designed to ensure that the general public and the Secretary of State can reliably reach your business. In particular, the law requires businesses to designate a physical location where service of process can be delivered (called a registered office).
Can My Business Be Its Own Registered Agent?
No. Entities in Minnesota are legally prevented from representing themselves as registered agents.
According to state law, you must appoint:
- A natural resident of the state
- A domestic entity in good standing
- A foreign entity in good standing
What We Do as Your Registered Agent:
As your Minnesota registered agent service, we accept official business mail, legal correspondence, and state-level notifications on behalf of your company. When we accept documents for your business, we forward them to you in a timely manner.
- Service of process (notice that your company is involved in a lawsuit)
- Legal correspondence
- Annual report reminders
- Tax notifications
- State compliance requirement notices
Send It How?
- We scan your documents into your online account within minutes
- We notify you immediately
- We forward your documents to you
This Happens Where?
At our registered office in Owatonna. Our office is open throughout the year during regular business hours. We are always available to accept mail and certified documents on behalf of our clients.
Changing Registered Agents
You can change your Minnesota registered agent online at the Secretary of State’s website. Mailed filings are charged a $35 processing fee. When you sign up with us, this document will be available and prepopulated with your information in your online account.
Filings can also be submitted in-person or online for a $55 fee.
Forming a Business in Minnesota
When you hire us to form your LLC or corporation with the Secretary of State, we will prepare and file your business formation documents and provide your company with one year of Minnesota registered service. We prefer to file online, which is processed more quickly and gives our clients the most efficient service.
You can set up an account with the Minnesota Secretary of State and file your formation documents online. Online filings are processed same-day.
- LLC Online Fee: $155
- Corporation Online Fee: $155
Filing By Mail
You can mail your Articles of Organization or Articles of Incorporation to the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office. Mailed filings are usually processed within 5 to 7 business days, once they receive your filing. While it takes a little longer to process your business filing by mail, it will save you some money.
- LLC Mail Fee: $135
- Corporation Mail Fee: $135
You can bring your formation filing directly to the Minnesota Secretary of State’s office. If you do, you will be required to pay an expedite fee of $20.
- In-Person Fee: $155