New Hampshire



New Hampshire Multi-Member LLC Operating Agreement

New Hampshire Multi-Member LLC Operating Agreement

The New Hampshire multi-member LLC member operating agreement is How to Write Step 1 –

New Hampshire Single Member LLC Operating Agreement

New Hampshire Single Member LLC Operating Agreement

The New Hampshire single member LLC operating agreement is How to Write Step 1 –

The New Hampshire operating agreement is meant for LLC’s that wish outline their management and ownership. For companies with one owner the form is used as a tool to claim it as a separate from the individual’s personal assets. The form can be written in either Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF through the blank fields provided.

State Laws and Statutes

Section 304-C:16 Operating Agreement.
Section 304-C:40 Form Of Operating Agreement.
Section 304-C:41 Binding Effect of Operating Agreements.
Section 304-C:42 No Requirement That Limited Liability Company Sign Agreement.
Section 304-C:43 Single-Member Limited Liability Companies May Have Enforceable Operating Agreements.

How to Start an LLC in New Hampshire

Step 1 – Use the Secretary of State’s Website to check the name you would like to use to make sure it does not already exist in the database.

Step 2 – Choose the type of LLC to create;

Domestic
Domestic Professional – For businesses that fall under the 304-D-1;

certified public accountants, public accountants, architects, attorneys, podiatrists, chiropractors, dentists, pharmacists, professional engineers, land surveyors, registered professional nurses, optometrists, physicians and surgeons, psychologists, veterinarians, and all other professionals licensed, registered, certified, or otherwise authorized and permitted to practice independently under the provisions of RSA 309-B, 310-A, 311, 315, 316-A, 317-A, 318, 326-B, 327, 329, 329-B, 330-A, or 332-B.

Foreign
Foreign Professional

Step 3 – Attach a check in the amount of $100 payable to the ‘New Hampshire Secretary of State’

Step 4 – Send the check and Articles of Organization in the mail to;

Corporation Division
Department of State
107 North Main Street
Concord NH 03301-4989

Optional – If the LLC will be registering a bank account after the formation is complete the entity will need an EIN, or Emplyement Identification Number. This is for tax identification to be used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and may be Applied For Here.