Choosing a Corporation Name
The name you decide on for your new corporation cannot be the same as or deceptively similar to the name of any other Montana business entity registered or reserved with the state. The name may not include language that states or implies that the corporation is organized for some purpose other than one permitted by state law or than stated in its articles of incorporation.
The name must also include the words “incorporated,” “corporation,” “limited,” or “company,” an abbreviation of one of those terms, or words of a similar meaning in another language.
Corporate names can be reserved with the state for $10 for up to 120 days.