Ohio is home to some beautiful, cosmopolitan cities. Here are four of the best to consider when it comes to forming your Ohio LLC.
The largest city in Ohio and the 14th largest in the U.S., Columbus is both the state’s capital and a great place to start a business. The city has received a number of plaudits and awards, including Money Magazine ranking it as one of "The 6 Best Big Cities," and Forbes giving it an "A" rating as one of the top cities for business in the U.S.
Columbus is notable for having a very strong and diverse economy. This diversification means there isn’t a dominant industry in or around the city, although the defense, insurance, banking, education, fashion, logistics, steel, aviation, food, energy, medical research, healthcare, hospitality, retail and technology sectors are all represented.
Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland is the second-largest city in Ohio. Cleveland is a center of sports and culture in the state, featuring multiple sports teams, a variety of cultural institutions and beautiful parks and natural areas.
Although best known as a manufacturing and transport hub, Cleveland has continued to grow and diversify its economy with particular strength in the finance and insurance industries. Biotech, healthcare, high-tech and several other innovative sectors have also been key to the city’s economic growth.
One of the oldest cities in the state, Cincinnati has moved from being a “boomtown” in the mid-19th century to becoming a vibrant, fast-growing city in the 21st. The city boasts low unemployment, a healthy property market and plenty of opportunity.
Like several other cities in Ohio, Cincinnati’s economy is very diversified, with no particular sector or industry being dominant.
Dayton is ideally placed in the U.S. and sits within 500 miles of 60% of the country’s population. This makes Dayton a vital transport and logistics hub. Revitalization in the early 21st century has grown the downtown area and helped the city recover after the last economic downturn.
There has been major economic development in Dayton, and the city is one of the main drivers of Ohio’s success. Like many other Ohio cities, the economy is fairly diverse. Logistics, warehousing and distribution are major industries in the city, with research, development, aerospace and aviation also being major players.
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This report is mandatory and must be filed within the specified time frame in order for the entity to remain in good standing with the state. Failure to file this report can lead to the company being revoked or administratively dissolved.
Frequency:Ohio LLC's are currently not required to file annual reports.
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