Starting a business in Arkansas

Arkansas offers unique tax and trade benefits to investors setting up in the state, particularly within the agricultural and industrial sectors. Arkansas has a thriving automobile assembly industry and one of the most productive coal fields in the US, attracting favourable interest from potential investors in the area.

We use a trusted network of experienced professionals to help you with starting a business in Arkansas, providing you with a service that is hard to beat anywhere else.

We also offer a consultation period anywhere in Europe, so you can manage your Arkansas incorporation project without having to visit the US to do so.

For more information on starting a business in Arkansas, or to find out more about company formations anywhere else in the US, call one of our expert advisors today.


How to start a business in Arkansas

  • $1 is the minimum share capital
  • An increase in company shares affects the initial filing fee
  • At least one director
  • No requirement for directors’ residency
  • No requirement for directors to be listed in the articles of incorporation
  • Corporation, incorporation or an abbreviation must be included in the company name
  • The name must not be similar to another registered company


How much does it cost to start a business in Arkansas?

  • Due to the unique and individual nature of each business, all enquiries are POA


How long does it take to start a business in Arkansas?

Starting a business in Arkansas takes approximately one week, upon receipt of all relevant information. The documents will be sent to you anywhere in the world.


Serviced or virtual offices in Arkansas

  • Virtual offices include facilities for telephone, fax and mail forwarding at a cost of £220 per month. This is payable quarterly in advance, as well as a £660 deposit refundable within 30 days upon termination of your office contract.
  • Serviced office facilities are designed according to your needs.



By calculating the approximate number of monthly invoices and projected annual turnover of your Arkansas company, we can provide you with a quote for our fully comprehensive accountancy services.


How to start a business in Arkansas

In order to commence the Arkansas Incorporated procedure, we require the following:

  • A completed application form.
  • 100% of the relevant Arkansas Incorporation cost, due on receipt of a pro-forma invoice from us.
  • Two utility bills less than three months old.
  • A certified copy of each Directors/Shareholders passport.