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Research name availability, laws and regulations prior to forming your Oklahoma LLC or Corporation using these links:

  • Name Search
    The Oklahoma Secretary of State, Buisness Records Department provides a simple search page for Business Entities. Trademarks are searchable separately.
  • Law Code
    The Electronic Law Library for Oklahoma provides law compilations divided into cases, statues, administrative code, constitution and more. There is also a court docket search available.

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The following links will help to comply with Oklahoma laws and administrative rules for doing business after your entity is formed.

  • Oklahoma Business Licensing and Registration
    This is the online account creation page from the Oklahoma Department of Commerce Business Registration System. This site will allow you to determine the steps necessary to register your business and any related licenses or permits you might need in order to operate your business in the state of Oklahoma.
  • Business Tax Registration Packet (.pdf)
    A guide to establishing a new business or registering an existing business in Oklahoma.
  • General Tax Information and Forms
    The business home page of the Oklahoma Tax Commission provides links to filing, registration, payment and information about taxes in Oklahoma.
  • Workers' Compensation Insurance
    Although these pages in general are written from the perspective of the government, not the user, they do provide one of the most succinct descriptions of a State workers' compensation insurance this reviewer has seen; "The law is administered by the Oklahoma Workers' Compensation Court. Although it is part of the judicial branch of government, the Court is both judicial and administrative in nature. Ten judges hear contested cases and approve settlements at both Oklahoma City and Tulsa court locations. A claimant may request a hearing before a judge or may settle his or her claim without a trial. Appeals from a trial judge's ruling may be made to the Court En Banc or to the Oklahoma Supreme Court. The Court Administrator organizes, directs and develops all administrative work of the court. Among the Administrator's responsibilities are the regulation of all self-insurance and the application of the Schedule of Medical Fees. The Administrator also has the authority to approve certain settlements."
  • Unemployment Insurance Tax
    The Business / Employer page of the Oklahoma Employment Security Commission provides links to forms, laws, required posters, rates and more. Oklahoma provides monthly seminars on how to cope with the regulations.