A legal representative and accountant should be consulted before determining the type of business entity to form. Note: Sole proprietors may conduct business under their own name or choose an assumed business name.The Oregon Secretary of State's Corporation Division is the place to register your corporation, nonprofit corporation, assumed business name, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, Oregon trademark or service mark.
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A subsidiary of a leading gaming producer focusing on content development for an entertainment console approach Pro Business Plans to develop a plan for a new program involving the graphic arts and gaming consoles.
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Although there is no single source for all filing requirements, the following steps will assist in starting your business.
The Business Xpress is a cooperative effort of state agencies and your first stop for starting a business in Oregon.This guide will show you the steps to follow and the resources at your disposal.The thought of “being your own boss” is sure exciting and if you plan to do it by setting up your business and are ready with a business plan, the next crucial step is deciding the right business structure.The Business Information Center has information about Oregon and federal income taxes.Many occupations and business activities require licenses, permits or certifications from state agencies or boards.Go to Forms and Fees to file a business online or download forms to print and mail.Understanding tax obligations is important for any business.Businesses registered with the Secretary of State Corporation Division must file annual reports and renew registration information.We mail payment coupons about 45 days before your renewal due date. Nonprofit organizations engaging in charitable activities need to file annual reports with the Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ), Charitable Activities Section, and with the Internal Revenue Service. Many occupational or business licenses require annual renewal. The Referral List has contact information for government agencies. How to Start a Business in Oregon guide provides basic information about starting a business in Oregon.The state of Oregon has a searchable License Directory with over 1,100 licenses, permits and certifications.The Business Information Center also provides state license requirements.