Your LLC’s Name
The name chosen for your new Missouri LLC must be able to be told apart from any other Missouri LLC, corporation, or other business entity registered with the Missouri Secretary of State. This applies not only to businesses originally formed in Missouri, but also those started elsewhere but authorized to conduct business in the “Show Me” State.
The last words of the name must be one of the following terms: “Limited Liability Company,” “Limited Company,” “LC,” “L.C.,” “LLC,” or “L.L.C.” The LLC’s name may include the word “corporation,” “incorporated,” “limited partnership,” “LP,” “L.P.,” “Ltd.,” or any abbreviation or term that states or implies that it has been formed for some purpose not included in its articles of organization, or that it is a part of the government.
You may reserve your new LLC’s name for up to 30 days before you actually file for organization with the Missouri Secretary of State.