Domestic Non-Profit Corporation
A Domestic Non-Profit Corporation is a more complex business structure. As a chartered legal entity, a Domestic Non-Profit Corporation has certain rights, privileges, and liabilities beyond those of an individual. Doing business as a corporation may yield tax or financial benefits, but these can be offset by other considerations, such as increased licensing fees or decreased personal control. Also, organized for some purpose other than making a profit and usually afforded special tax treatment.
You are always encouraged to consult an attorney to ensure appropriate consideration of all the legal implications of your choice of entity and filing. We stress that this filing website is not intended to substitute nor replace the advice of legal counsel.
Frequently Asked Questions
Forms (may not be handwritten)
- Articles of Incorporation
- Articles of Amendment
- Articles of Dissolution
- Articles of Dissolution (Prior to the issuance of shares)
- Articles/Statement of Conversion
- Articles/Statement of Correction
- Articles of Domestication
- Articles of Transfer
- Revoke a Dissolution
- Resignation Letter
- Registered Agent Resignation
- Reinstatement Application
- Registration Information Change Form
- Registration Information Change Form Addendum
- Payment Cover Letter
Misc. Information and Websites
- What Constitutes "Doing Business" in Utah?
- Who Must Register with the Utah Department of Commerce?
- Utah Business Licensing & Registration Guide
- Business Name Information
- Tips for New Business Registrations
- Business Information Website
- Service of Process Information
- Links to other websites
- International Association of Corporation Administrators (IACA)
- Workers Compensation Information
- Local Business Licensing Offices