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Helping To Navigate The Annoyances Of Maintaining A Business
Find everything you need to know about state tax rates for corporations, individuals, and other business entities.
They go by different names in different states: franchise taxes, biennial reports, decennial reports, annual reports, blah, blah, blah…They’re pretty much all the same thing–reports you need to file with the state to keep your business active. They’re not fun, but the information we provide is simple and easy to understand.
Register Your Business
The technical term for this is foreign qualification. It’s good in that your business is expanding, but really annoying because it means you’ll have to register and pay taxes in an additional state. Learn everything you need to know about foreign qualification and state specifics in this section.
Amend Your Articles
Need to make a change to you business’ formation documents? Learn how to amend your LLC’s Articles of Organization or your corporation’s Articles of Incorporation in this section that is filled with state-specific information on how to amend your articles.
When you decide to stop doing business in a foreign state where you previously registered to do business, you’ll need to withdraw your LLC or corporation. Withdrawing your business can be complicated, but with our simple, state-by-state, entity-specific information, it shouldn’t take long.
If it’s time to close up shop and shut down your business, you’ll need to know the ins and outs of dissolving your LLC or corporation. Here you’ll find specific, state-by-state instructions so you can avoid additional fees and penalties.
Want to bring your business back from the dead? It’s not a zombie, it’s not a Frankenstein, it’s called a revival. Learn how to revive your LLC or corporation in any state.
Certificate Of Good Standing
Need a Certificate of Good Standing for your business? We’ll provide you with free instructions on how to obtain a Certificate of Good Standing in any state.
How to obtain certified copies of your LLC’s or corporation’s formation documents.
State-specific information on obtaining an apostille in any state