by Naomi Kokubo, Editor of Founders Space
Okay, this is a great question and very intriguing. I did some research, and here’s what I found:
This site walks you through the basics of Vermont Virtual Companies:
Is a ‘Virtual Company’ Worth the Effort?
Here’s a book the covers Virtual Company Formation:
My recommendation is to get a Vermont-based lawyer to walk you through the process. First of all, this might not be the right business entity for your business, especially if you aren’t operating out of Vermont. It may just wind up being more of a hassle than any “virtual” benefits you receive.
I hope this helps!