To form an S-Corp, there are several steps involved, including selecting an appropriate name that conforms to state regulations and has not already been taken. Next, you’ll need to submit articles of incorporation to the state where you plan to incorporate, which establishes the legal existence of your S-Corp and includes details such as the business name, registered agent, and purpose. You’ll also need to obtain an EIN from the IRS, which is a unique identifier used to identify your business for tax purposes. Additionally, bylaws need to be drafted, outlining rules and procedures for how the S-Corp will operate, including information such as shareholder and director roles, voting requirements, and meeting procedures. An organizational meeting must be held to adopt the bylaws, elect directors, and issue stock certificates. Depending on the industry and location, you may also need to register with state and local agencies to obtain the required licenses or permits. Working with an experienced company formation service can simplify the process of forming an S-Corp and ensure that all requirements are accurately and efficiently met.