Utah Incorporation Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to reserve a corporate name?
No, but it is recommended to reserve a name prior to filing to ensure that it remains available during the incorporation process.
How do I reserve a corporate name?
The reservation of your corporate name will be handled by IncParadise and is included in the price of our service.
Do I have to renew my name registration?
How do I incorporate in Utah?
When using our service, IncParadise will file, on your behalf, the required administrative forms and articles of incorporation with the appropriate Utah agency.
Is a registered agent required?
Yes. . The registered agent must have a business office identical to the registered office and must be either: (1) an individual residing in Utah, or (2) a corporation or limited liability company with authority to transact business in the state. A corporation may not serve as its own registered agent. As part of our ongoing service, IncParadise does provide a registered agent service option that you can select during the online registration process.
How many Incorporators are required to form a corporation in Utah?
One or more are required.
How many Directors are required to start a corporation in Utah?
Before any shares are issued, a corporation’s board of directors must consist of one or more individuals. After shares are issued and for as long as a corporation has fewer than three shareholders entitled to vote for the election of directors, its board of directors may consist of a number of individuals equal to or greater than the number of those shareholders.
Are corporations in Utah required to file an Annual Report?
Yes. A report must be filed each year by the end of the 2nd calendar month following the month in which the report form is mailed by the division to the business.