How to Register a Business Name in Nigeria Online With CAC 2024

The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) is the agency responsible for managing private and public business registration in Nigeria.

Business name registration in Nigeria with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) is necessary for businesses in Nigeria. It is the official license required for the operation of your business. Foreign companies in Nigeria must also register their company with the CAC.

Registration of your business name with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) is not compulsory for small businesses. But you need the certificate if you are running a public company or a small enterprise with a prospective growth prospect.

It is advisable to register your business with CAC as soon as possible to avoid the challenges of having to change the name of your business.

You can register your business online on the CAC registration portal. There is no need to pay an agent to assist you with the enrollment. The enrollment process is available at the CAC office in your State.

Company Limited by Guarantee (LTD/GTE), Public Liability Companies (PLC), and Incorporated Trustees need a legal practitioner for the company registration with CAC.

The duration to get your business name registration certificate from the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) is one (1) week.

This post is an easy step-by-step guide to registering your small business name in Nigeria with CAC online. I have also included relevant information on the requirements and fees for business registration.

Let me know if you have any questions or need further clarification. I would love to hear from you in the comment box.

Types of Business Name Registration in Nigeria

The following are the type of businesses/companies you can register in Nigeria with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);

  • Private Limited Company (LTD)
  • Public Limited Company (PLC)
  • Companies Limited by Guarantee
  • Unlimited Companies

Requirements for Business Name Registration

Here are the requirements to register your business name with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);

  • National Identification Number (NIN)
  • Business Name Availability
  • Registration Fee
  • CAC Application Form
  • Passport Photograph
  • Business Documents
  • Birth Certificate
  • Driver’s License
  • International Passport
  • Permanent Voters’ Card

CAC Services

The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) provides registration services for the following categories;

  1. Business Name
  2. Company
  3. Limited Liability Partnership
  4. Incorporated Trustees
  5. Limited Partnership

CAC Fees for Company Business Name Registration

Here is the list of CAC fees for companies and business name registration in Nigeria;

Name Reservation Fee

Type of CompanyAmount
Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)₦500
Limited Partnership (LP)₦500
Business Name₦500
Incorporated Trustees₦5,000

Business Name Registration Fee in Nigeria

Type of CompanyAmount
Private Business Name Registration₦10,000
Incorporation of Company Limited₦20,000
Incorporation of Private/Public Company Limited (Issued share capital of ₦ 1 million or less)₦10,000
Incorporation of Private/Public Company Limited (Issued share capital above ₦ 1 million and up to ₦500million)₦5,000 for every ₦ 1 million share capital
Incorporation of Private/Public Company Limited (Issued share above ₦500million)₦7,500 for every ₦ 1 million share capital

How to Register a Business Name in Nigeria Online With CAC

Here are the procedures to register a business name in Nigeria online with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);

A tutorial on registering a business name in Nigeria online with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

  1. Open your internet browser

    Launch your Google Chrome or Safari browserchrome browser

  2. Visit the CAC Pre-Incroporation Portal

    Go to https://pre.cac.gov.ng/home on your internet browser

  3. Search for the availability of your business name for registration

    Click on the Search Now icon to find out if your business name is available for registration

  4. Reserve your business name

    Submit your preferred business nameCAC portal login

  5. Click on sign up to create an account with the CAC

    Select create accountCAC portal registration

  6. Pay a business name reservation fee of ₦500

  7. Register your company with your business name availability code

    Click on the Pre-incorporation button

  8. Sign in to your CAC account

    CAC portal login

  9. Fill out the CAC business registration form

  10. Pay ₦10,000 for your business registration

  11. Submit original copies of your personal and business documents

  12. Click on submit

Note

Here are some additional things to keep in mind about the late commencement penalty:

  • The penalty is ₦150 per day for each commencement date after the 28th day.
  • The penalty is capped at ₦22,500.
  • The penalty is not applied if the commencement date is within 28 days of the registration date and the business is commenced on or before the commencement date.

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99 thoughts on “How to Register a Business Name in Nigeria Online With CAC 2024”

  1. I wanted to apply for a grant but the agency said that I should apply as a non-profit organization and also to submit a certificate of the organization for eligibility which I do not have and I have not register as an NGO. The dead line is 13th of September 2023. So what will be your advice for me?

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    • Here are a few options for you:

      1. Reach out to the grant agency and explain your situation. They may be willing to give you an extension on the deadline, or they may be able to help you with the registration process.

      2. Consider partnering with an existing NGO. If you have a friend or colleague who works for an NGO, you may be able to partner with them to apply for the grant. This would allow you to leverage their experience and resources.

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  2. Pls have fill the form of business to 6 where it’s state Total company issued capital.
    2.break down of total company issued share capital
    The class of shares?
    Issued shared capital?
    Divided into ( numbers of units)
    Nominal value of each shares?
    Pls am trying to register a small school.

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    • Sure, here is a filled-out form of business for a small school with a total company issued capital of 500,000 and ordinary shares:

      a. State: Small School
      b. Total company issued capital: 500,000
      c. Class of shares: Ordinary
      d. Issued shared capital: 250,000
      e. Divided into ( numbers of units): 50,000
      f. Nominal value of each shares: 10

      Break down of total company issued share capital

      Class of shares: Ordinary
      Issued shared capita: 250,000

      Total | 500,000 |

      Please note that this is just an example, and the specific details of your business form may vary depending on your specific needs and circumstances.

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  3. Please I was going through my browser and I came across this
    Please I have this friend who is a vendor that is into buying of digital assets, like Bitcoin, usdt, gift cards etc
    So he was thinking about registering his Brand (exchange) name
    But he doesn’t have any idea which category be will register his Brand under
    So please do you any advice or idea about this please I will so much appreciate

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  4. Hello Olanrewaju,

    Thank you for your insightful content. I have made payment for the approved name on CAC website. So what is next ? Should I wait or is there some where I need to take my payment proof. How do I get the certificate?

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    • Once you have made the payment for the approved name on the CAC website, you will need to wait for the application to be processed. This usually takes about 2-3 weeks.

      During this time, you do not need to take your payment proof anywhere. The CAC will verify the payment and approve the application once the process is complete.

      Once the application is approved, you will receive an email notification from the CAC. The email will contain a link to download the certificate of registration.

      To get the certificate, you will need to click on the link in the email and log in to your CAC account. Once you are logged in, you can download the certificate.

      The certificate will be in PDF format. You can print it out or save it to your computer.

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  5. Hi Blessing. Thanks for the educative post.
    I started the registration process around June, by the time I submitted the whole data, I was queried with a penalty(fine) coz I wrote Jan for the business commencement date. The total of the fine I am to pay is #22,500.
    1. Do you think there is anything I can do so as not to pay or lessen the fine?
    2. You should probably update your post with the info that the date of commencement should be in 28 days to the time of registration. Anything o er that will be fined.

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    • The amount of the fine is based on the number of days that the business has been operating under the wrong commencement date. In your case, the fine is 22,500 Naira, which is the maximum penalty for a late filing of an annual return. If you can convince the CAC to waive or reduce the fine, you may be able to save some money.

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  6. Hi, this was insightful. Thank you

    I would like to know the difference between the incorporations listed. I have idea which I’m suppose to do.

    I’m about to start a business with a partner with the possibility of having future partners as the company grows, which of the incorporations will I register as?

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    • The best incorporation for you will depend on the size and structure of your business, as well as your personal preferences.

      A sole proprietorship is the simplest and least expensive form of business. It is owned and run by one person, who is personally liable for all debts and obligations of the business. This means that if the business fails, the owner could lose their personal assets, such as their home or car.

      A partnership is similar to a sole proprietorship, but it is owned by two or more people. The partners are jointly liable for the debts and obligations of the business. This means that if the business fails, each partner could lose their personal assets.

      An LLP is a hybrid of a partnership and a corporation. It is owned by two or more people, but the partners are not personally liable for the debts and obligations of the business. This is because the LLP is a separate legal entity from its owners.

      An LLC is similar to an LLP, but it is more flexible. It can be owned by one or more people, and the owners can choose whether or not to be personally liable for the debts and obligations of the business.

      A PLC is a public company that can be owned by anyone. It is a more complex and expensive form of business than the others listed above.

      If you are starting a business with a partner and you want to limit your personal liability, then an LLP or LLC would be a good option for you. If you are planning to have future partners, then an LLP or LLC would also be a good option, as it is easy to add or remove partners.

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    • The processing time for a CAC certificate is 48 hours for new registrations and 3 working days for post-registrations. However, this may vary depending on the volume of applications and the complexity of the application.

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    • According to the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), it usually takes about 48 hours for a business name to be reserved after payment has been made. However, there may be some delays if the name you have chosen is already taken or if there are other issues that need to be addressed.

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    • I have made charges fee for name reservation and Remitta has sent mail to me about my payment but on CAC portal name reservation status is still in ‘Not Submitted’
      What could be the issue?

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      • There are a few possible reasons why your name reservation status is still in ‘Not Submitted’ on the CAC portal, even though you have received a payment confirmation from Remitta.

        1. The payment may not have been processed yet by the CAC. It can take up to 24 hours for the payment to be reflected on the portal.

        2. There may be a problem with your CAC account. Try logging out and logging back in to your account.

        If you have checked all of these things and your name reservation status is still in ‘Not Submitted’, let me know.

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  7. Hello, thanks for the write-up. Kindly clarify the reg. fee. Is it N10,000 or N20,000. And will it be Certified true copy(CTC). Thanks

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  8. Thanks Bro, for this insightful post. I have applied for business name reservation for the last one week they are still putting it as pending/Queried, it is delaying the registration, what can be done.

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    • You’re welcome!

      The CAC may be experiencing a backlog of name reservation requests. Your request will be approved soon.

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  9. I have paid for name reservation and it’s still showing pending how long do I wait. And please if I want to register a business with two people involved do I use the LLP?

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    • The processing time for a name reservation request can vary depending on the jurisdiction, but it typically takes 1-3 business days. If your name reservation is still showing as pending after 3 business days, you can contact the relevant authority to inquire about the status of your request.

      If you want to register a business with two people involved, you can use a limited liability partnership (LLP). An LLP is a type of partnership that offers limited liability protection to its members. This means that the personal assets of the members are not at risk in the event that the business is sued or goes bankrupt.

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  10. Good day,
    Please, I made payment for business name reservation. What is the next thing? I have been notified through my mail about the payment. I have been expecting a notification about the readiness of the name so I can go ahead with the registration.

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    • Sure, I can help you with that. Here are the next steps after making a payment for business name reservation:

      1. Check your email. The Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) will send you an email confirmation of your payment. This email will also contain a link to the CAC e-Registration portal, where you can track the status of your business name reservation.

      2. Wait for the name to be approved. The CAC will review your business name reservation request and approve it if the name is available. This process typically takes 3-5 business days.

      3. Receive a notification from the CAC. Once your business name reservation is approved, the CAC will send you a notification. This notification will contain a unique business name reservation number.

      4. Complete the business registration process. Once you have received the notification from the CAC, you can complete the business registration process. This process involves submitting the required documents to the CAC and paying the registration fee.

      Here are the documents that you need to submit for business registration:

      1. Business name reservation number.
      2. Memorandum of association.
      3. Articles of association.
      4. Certificate of compliance from the Corporate Affairs Commission.
      4. Payment receipt for the registration fee.

      The registration fee for a business in Nigeria is NGN10,000.

      I hope this helps!

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  11. Dear Op,
    We appreciate you for guiding us. I am registering limited liability company with 30M shares, i paid and my status is showing ‘Filing fee paid’ and ‘NOT SUBMITTED’ statuses . How do I submit to get my the company approved/registered and get CAC certified.
    Thank you
    Ola’

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    • Once you have paid the filing fee for your limited liability company (LLC) registration, you need to submit your application to the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in order to get your company approved and registered.

      To do this, you will need to log in to the CAC e-Registration portal and click on the “Submit” button. You will then be prompted to upload the following documents:

      1. The pre-registration form
      2. The CAC-BNo1 form
      3. The memorandum of association
      4. The articles of association
      5. The certificate of compliance from the Corporate Affairs Commission
      6. The payment receipt for the filing fee

      Once you have uploaded these documents, your application will be submitted to the CAC for review. The CAC will then review your application and approve or reject it within 30 working days.

      If your application is approved, the CAC will issue you a certificate of registration. This certificate will confirm that your LLC has been registered with the CAC and that it is now a legal entity.

      To get your CAC certified, you will need to submit your certificate of registration to the CAC. The CAC will then issue you a CAC certificate, which is a physical copy of your certificate of registration.

      Here are the steps on how to submit your LLC registration application to the CAC:

      1. Log in to the CAC e-Registration portal.
      2. Click on the “Submit” button.
      3. Upload the required documents.
      5. Click on the “Submit” button again.

      Your application will then be submitted to the CAC for review.

      Here are the documents that you need to upload when submitting your LLC registration application:

      1. Pre-registration form: This form is used to provide basic information about your LLC, such as its name, registered address, and the names of its directors and shareholders.

      2. CAC-BNo1 form: This form is used to confirm that you have paid the filing fee for your LLC registration.

      3. Memorandum of association: This document sets out the objectives of your LLC and the rules and regulations that will govern its operation.

      4. Articles of association: This document sets out the rights and responsibilities of the members of your LLC and the procedures for making decisions and resolving disputes.

      5. Certificate of compliance from the Corporate Affairs Commission: This document is issued by the CAC to confirm that your LLC has met all of the requirements for registration.

      6. Payment receipt for the filing fee: This is a receipt that confirms that you have paid the filing fee for your LLC registration.

      Once you have submitted your application, the CAC will review it and approve or reject it within 30 working days. If your application is approved, the CAC will issue you a certificate of registration. This certificate will confirm that your LLC has been registered with the CAC and that it is now a legal entity.

      To get your CAC certified, you will need to submit your certificate of registration to the CAC. The CAC will then issue you a CAC certificate, which is a physical copy of your certificate of registration.

      I hope this helps!

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  12. Please I tried registering a business, I have get to the stage of uploading documents, but I could only upload one document the rest is not opening and can’t Go further. Help me. Thanks

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    • I understand your concern. It can be frustrating when you are unable to upload documents when registering a business.

      There are a few possible reasons why you may be unable to upload documents:

      1. The documents may be too large. The maximum file size for documents that can be uploaded to the CAC portal is 5MB.

      2. The documents may be in the wrong format. The CAC portal only accepts documents in PDF, JPEG, or PNG format.

      3. The documents may be corrupt. If the documents are corrupt, they will not be able to be uploaded.

      4. There may be a technical issue with the CAC portal. If there is a technical issue with the portal, you will not be able to upload any documents.

      If you are unable to upload documents, you can try the following:

      1. Reduce the size of the documents. You can do this by compressing the documents or by cropping them.

      2. Convert the documents to the correct format. You can do this using a free online converter.

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    • Helo Ibukun,

      The time it takes to get a business certificate from the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in Nigeria varies depending on the type of business you are registering. For a business name registration, it typically takes 1 week to get your certificate.

      For a company registration, it typically takes 2-3 weeks to get your certificate.

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        • No, you will not automatically start being charged for tax after registering your business name with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). You will only be charged tax if your business is considered to be taxable by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS).

          The FIRS determines whether a business is taxable based on its turnover and the type of business it is. For example, businesses that sell goods are generally considered to be taxable, while businesses that provide services may or may not be taxable, depending on the type of service.

          If your business is considered to be taxable, you will need to register with the FIRS and obtain a tax identification number (TIN). You will then be required to file tax returns and pay taxes on a regular basis.

          The amount of tax you pay will depend on your turnover and the type of business you are in. For more information on tax rates, you can visit the FIRS website.

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  13. Please after filling the business registration form online, how long does it take for the e-certificate to be ready?

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  14. Hello, Thanks for your detailed explanation.

    I’ve been trying to register my business name after getting my availability code but all attempt to move past the first stage has been met with “404” error page not found.

    I’ve tried severally both at night and during the day but it’s been the same thing. Please what do you suggest I do, Time is of essence here.

    Thank you.

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    • Hello Ola,

      There is a problem with the registration portal.

      I advise you try again at midnight.

      Let me know if the problem persist.

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      • Hello Blessing, Thanks for your response.

        Unfortunately I’m still stuck at that stage. Can’t move past the 404 error page. It’s discouraging and slowing down a lot of things.

        Please what else would you advise I do.

        Seems only a small percentage is affected by this as I don’t see people talking about it Online.

        I really need to get this sorted ASAP

        Thank you for your time.

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        • Hello,

          The error message you are getting is from the website due to heavy traffic.

          I advise you try again at night.

          Let me know if the problem persist.

          Sorry for the inconveniences.

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      • Please can you suggest any business registration at lower cost and more faster..
        And that I tax won’t start counting from business operation date

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        • Sure, here are some business registration options that are lower cost and faster:

          1. Self-registration: This is the most affordable option, but it can also be the most time-consuming. You will need to gather all of the required documents and submit them to the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) online. The process can take up to 7-21 working days.

          2. Online registration: This is a faster option than self-registration, but it is slightly more expensive. You can register your business online through the CAC website. The process can take up to 48 hours.

          3. Agent registration: This is the fastest option, but it is also the most expensive. You will need to hire a business registration agent to help you with the process. The agent will submit the required documents to the CAC on your behalf. The process can take as little as 24 hours.

          If you want to ensure that tax does not start counting from your business operation date, you should choose the self-registration or online registration options. These options allow you to specify a start date for your business, which means that you will not be liable for tax until that date.

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  15. Good morning. I like to go for business name registration. But I don’t have any business documents. How do I go about it. Thank you.

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    • Sure, I can help you with that.

      To register a business name in Nigeria, you do not need to have any business documents. However, you will need to provide the following information:

      1. Your full name
      2. Your residential address
      3. The name of your business
      4. The nature of your business
      5. The date you intend to start your business

      You can register your business name online through the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) website. You will need to create an account and pay the registration fee. The registration fee is ₦‎20,000 for a single proprietorship and ₦‎100,000 for a limited liability company.

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  16. Also, sir please
    As I have paid for this name reservation and it gets approved, does it mean nobody can use that name to register their business. I mean if it gets approved and I want to wait for sometime to get the 10k for registration, hope it will not affect the registration process.

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  17. Good day sir
    I have paid for business name reservation, its showing pending
    Please how long will it take to be approved?

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  18. Does account into which the official filling fee is to be paid appear during registration? And aside personal documents like NiN or driver’s license, or voters card required, what other documents is required? Tha you

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  19. Hello,
    Please I have been trying register my business name but the space for save and continue at the objective stage of name reservation is faded so I can’t click and continue,Am just stucked there please help

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    • Zahrah,

      Try again at night.

      It could be network problem. Let me know if the problem persist.

      Sorry about your experience.

      Reply
  20. Hello i already got availability code and started pre incorporation process filled out the address info but the next page is saying ooops not found sorry an error has occured. Can you assist please.

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  21. Good evening, I come across this post and it’s very enlightening. Pls, can you guide me on how to do name reserve for school registration because I did it but not successful.

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  22. Hi, after filling out the first options, once i save and continue, the next box which is the objectives i cant seem to save and continue the option is fade which means i cant click on it to take me to preview why is that? i have been on it since yesterday.

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        • There might be a technical issue with the website or the registration portal.

          Try starting the process from the beginning or opt for the physical registration.

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          • I’ve been trying to register our organization online as CAC claims. But the “SAVE AND CONTINUE” button at the constitution page is not active. What should I do? I can pay a token if helped by anyone.

            Physical registration attracts more costs as those at cac office are not willing to help without huge payments. It’s an incorporated trustee. Thanks

          • I understand that you are having trouble registering your organization online with the CAC. I would recommend that you try the following:

            1. Check your internet connection: Make sure that you have a stable internet connection. If your internet connection is not stable, the “SAVE AND CONTINUE” button may not be active.

            2. Refresh the page: Sometimes, refreshing the page can fix the problem. Try refreshing the page and see if the “SAVE AND CONTINUE” button becomes active.

            3. Clear your browser’s cache: Your browser’s cache may be causing the problem. Try clearing your browser’s cache and see if the “SAVE AND CONTINUE” button becomes active.

            Let me know if the problem persist. I will be able to assist you.

  23. Good morning

    Trust you rested well

    Please how do we register an NGO ?
    Will it be like business name ?

    Please let me know

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    • Good morning.

      To register an NGO name in Nigeria with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), you will follow a similar process to writing a business name, but as an Incorporated Trustee.

      1. Check for availability of proposed Incorporated Trustee name.
      2. Complete pre-registration form and upload relevant registration documents.
      3. Pay filing fee.

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  24. Good Morning Sir….

    You were talking about Business Documents. What are the business documents required Sir???

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    • Business documents refer to the various written materials and records that are essential for the operation, management, and legal compliance of a business. These documents provide a framework for conducting business activities, documenting transactions, and maintaining accurate records. While the specific documents required may vary depending on the type of business and local regulations, here are some common business documents:

      1. Business Plan: A comprehensive document outlining the goals, strategies, financial projections, and operational details of the business. It serves as a roadmap for the organization and is often required when seeking funding or partnerships.

      2. Articles of Incorporation/Articles of Organization: These documents are filed with the appropriate government agency when forming a corporation or limited liability company (LLC). They establish the legal existence of the business entity and outline its structure, purpose, and ownership details.

      3. Operating Agreement/Partnership Agreement: This document outlines the rights, responsibilities, and obligations of the owners or partners in a business. It covers aspects such as profit sharing, decision-making processes, and dispute resolution mechanisms.

      4. Business Licenses and Permits: Depending on the nature of the business and the jurisdiction, various licenses and permits may be required to legally operate. These documents demonstrate compliance with regulations and ensure the business operates within the law.

      5. Tax Documents: This includes documents related to the payment of taxes, such as Employer Identification Number (EIN) for tax purposes, tax registration certificates, and records of income, expenses, and payroll taxes.

      6. Contracts and Agreements: Business contracts encompass a wide range of legal agreements, such as vendor contracts, client agreements, partnership contracts, and employment contracts. These documents outline the terms and conditions of the business relationships and help protect the rights and interests of all parties involved.

      7. Financial Documents: This includes financial statements, such as balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements, which provide an overview of the business’s financial health. It may also include bank statements, invoices, receipts, and purchase orders.

      8. Intellectual Property Documents: If the business owns intellectual property, such as trademarks, copyrights, or patents, the relevant registration certificates or applications should be maintained.

      9. Insurance Policies: Documents related to business insurance coverage, such as general liability insurance, professional liability insurance, or property insurance policies, should be maintained for risk management purposes.

      10. Employee Records: Employee-related documents include employment contracts, job descriptions, performance evaluations, payroll records, and any necessary tax forms, such as W-4 or I-9 forms.

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      • Good evening, pls I just stumbled on this interesting and enlightening post, may God bless you sir. Pls I don’t know if you can me on how to do name reservation for school, I did it but was not successful. Thans

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  25. Please I Waz filling in and I submitted not quite long before I saw your post I have started it … But now it giving me nin stuff like maintenance and I was not able not enter my page … Username or password invalid and I’m writing them correctly, they are not giving me the opportunity to start again…. Help me please 🙏 🥺

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  26. After registration of business name I made payment but network was bad at the time of payment and my account was debited with the stipulates amount,when I click the filing fee on my dashboard its showing internal saver, payment not successful
    What will I do

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  27. Pls how do I get my business name availability code? I have already paid N500 through remita for name reservation, thank you.

    Reply

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