In every state where a business entity conducts business, the Secretary of State requires that business entity to appoint a registered agent that can be contacted in person at a physical address every day during normal business hours in order to receive "process" (a notice of legal action) as well as other regulatory materials including tax related directives, licensing information and registration renewal materials to name a few. We look forward to working with you and wish you success with your Idaho business.
Reliant Registered Agent representatives are here to keep you and your company compliant. We will accept any service of process on your behalf and relay all correspondence and other notifications to you expeditiously. When you hire Reliant to be your registered agent we will also pay to enroll you in Idaho's state-administered Business Identity Theft Monitoring program at no extra charge. For those already registered in Idaho, transferring from your current registered agent to Reliant is a straightforward process.
By far, the majority of all new businesses are organized as Limited Liability Companies (LLCs). An LLC is also a popular and affordable tool when employed as a holding company for an asset. Included in our baseline LLC formation and Resident Agent service, Reliant will check for naming conflicts with other Idaho businesses as part of your LLC formation. In addition, when starting a new company, we recommend that you consider purchasing our Enhanced Business Name Search for important additional services.
Foreign registration is not what many think it is. Out-of-state independent contractors and companies that work on a job, or otherwise do business, in Idaho are required by law to file a Foreign Registration Statement and appoint a registered agent. A Reliant representative will assist you with the completion and filing of your registration keeping you compliant and protected. The fee for an individual is half that of a company and, in either case, it is a small price to pay to work legally in Idaho.