Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. incorporates businesses in all 50 states, including Maryland.

With the 19th largest population in the United States, Maryland is home to both large and small businesses.

Maryland’s major industries include government, transportation, and raw materials. Regardless of your industry, we can help you take advantage of Maryland’s business incorporation perks.

First step is to make sure that your client’s proposed business name is available. Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can run a same-day name availability check on behalf of you and your client. We know our clients are busy, so next we will help you prepare and file your Articles of Incorporation with the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation.

Maryland has specific incorporation requirements, which include a name requirement. Corporations cannot have names that can potentially be confused with any profit or not-for-profit names including registered, reserved and forced DBA names. Let Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. make sure that you are complying with Maryland name requirements by running a business name search.

Maryland corporate names may be followed by several approved designations, including:

  • Co.
  • Company
  • Corp.
  • Corporation
  • Inc.
  • Incorporated
  • Limited
  • Ltd.

However, certain words and phrases in corporate names are “restricted” in Maryland, meaning they require special approval by the state prior to use. These include:

  • Architect
  • Architecture
  • Attorney
  • Auditor
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • CPA
  • Credit Union
  • Engineer
  • Insurer
  • Land Surveyor
  • Public Accountants

There are certain filing requirements in Maryland, such as the Articles of Incorporation, which we can prepare on your behalf. Also, Maryland corporations are required to have one or more directors, the qualifications of which the Articles may prescribe. Additionally, Directors’ names and addresses must appear in the Articles of Incorporation.
It is important to note that Maryland requires a corporation’s principal office to be located inside the state for record keeping, but does not require business be conducted there.

There are many pros and cons to forming your clients new corporation in Maryland, including proximity to Washington DC decision-makers. Whatever your need or reason, contact Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. today to form your client’s business. With 24 hour turnaround times, efficient customer service professionals, and years of experience, you won’t be disappointed!

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One Response to How to Incorporate in Maryland

  1. millard rogers says:

    My spouse and I stumbled on the Maryland tax law forms and I like what I see so now i’m following you. Look forward to looking at your incorporation services in MD.

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