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Q.Do I need to publish a Notice of Incorporation?

A.Maybe. A few jurisdictions require all newly formed corporations to publish the intended corporate name in a local newspaper(e.g., Georgia, Arizona, Illinois, and Pennsylvania). Most other states, however, do not require publication unless the business to be incorporated was a pre-existing sole proprietorship or partnership that intends to incorporate without a name change. If that is the case, you may be required to publish your intent to incorporate in the local newspaper for four consecutive weeks.

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