If your business is a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or corporation, you must appoint a registered agent to accept service of process for your company. Assigning an authorized registered agent is necessary for keeping your business legally compliant and maintaining good standing in the state(s) in which you operate. Your registered agent is the entity—an individual or business in the state(s) in which your company conducts business—that will receive legal documents on your behalf. Examples of the types of mail that goes to your registered agent include: Tax notices Federal and state correspondence Notice of lawsuits Summonses to [...]
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Many business owners will ask themselves what is a registered agent and then question if they really need one. The answer to both questions is yes! A registered agent is a person or company with the authority to accept service of process (legal documents and government notices) on behalf of a business. When selecting a registered agent, the business must designate one who has a physical location within the state where the business is registered to operate. A registered agent is a person or company with the authority to accept service of process (legal documents and government notices) [...]
Happy May! This month, we will be going over the requirements for being or maintaining a registered agent and what the registered agent does for your business. Q: What is the purpose of the registered agent? A: The registered agent is the person named to receive important legal and tax documents on behalf of a business in a given state. This includes important mail sent by the state (annual reports or statements), state tax documents, as well as any Notices of Litigation. Virtually all states require corporations, LLCs, LLPs, LPs and nonprofits to appoint a registered agent in [...]
I talk from time to time about why having a registered agent is such a good idea for a busy small business. You may have heard of a registered agent but not really known what the heck it was. Here I want to educate you on what a registered agent does, as well as help you understand why you might want one.
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Some aspects of starting a nonprofit are similar to starting a for-profit business, but nuances exist. How to Incorporate a Nonprofit Organization can be confusing and complicated and it can be helpful to have a checklist of what you should address to incorporate a business as a Nonprofit Organization. Before I go any further, let's first chat about what being a nonprofit business means. The information that I'm about to provide you in this article on How to Incorporate a Nonprofit Organization is not intended as legal, tax, or financial advice. It's for general knowledge purposes to give [...]