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How do you file for a Wisconsin LLC?

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To form a limited liability company in Wisconsin, file Articles of Organization with the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions, states Nolo.com. Forms are available online at the department’s website, according to the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions.

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Applicants can file by mail using form 502 or online at WDFI.org using form 504, according to the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions. The site also provides the most current application fees and instructions.

Wisconsin laws require that any LLC applicant include the phrase Limited Liability Company or Limited Liability Co. in the company name or end it with LLC or L.L.C., according to Nolo.com. The company’s name must be unique and easily distinguishable from that of other companies. WDFI.org offers a searchable database of already registered names.

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