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Maintaining a Business

Compliance

Annual Reports
Your company's good standing depends on this yearly filing. States in which your corporation or LLC is formed or qualified to do business in generally require you to file an annual report. More…

Business Licenses & Permits
Most state, county, and local governments require companies to have the right licenses and permits in place before they open their doors. More…

Bylaws & Operating Agreements
State law requires all corporations to create a document outlining their organization and day-to-day operations. Much the same, limited liability companies (LLCs) in many states are required to have something called an operating agreement; a document that provides a framework for their operation. More…

Business Coaching
We know how complex and overwhelming compliance can be. That's why our service connects you directly with an expert so that you can focus on growing your business, while receiving peace of mind surrounding compliance. More…

Compliance Watch®
As part of your Registered Agent service from The Company Corporation, you have free unlimited access to Compliance Watch, an exciting online tool for all your business compliance needs. More…

Registered Agent Service
Corporations and Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) are required by state law to have an address where they can receive important legal and tax documents during all business hours. The person or firm receiving these documents is known as the company's "Registered Agent." More…

Corporate & LLC Kits
The Company Corporation offers a convenient tool to help you to maintain records for your corporation or LLC. More…

Certificate of Good Standing
A Certificate of Good Standing, also called a "Certificate of Existence" or "Certificate of Authorization," is a state-issued document that shows that your corporation or limited liability company (LLC) has met its statutory requirements and is authorized to do business in that state. More…

Certified Copies
Business owners occasionally need to get copies of their most important state-filed documents. The Company Corporation can help you get true and correct copies of your important business records. More…

Stock & Membership Certificates
Stock certificates are official documents issued by a company to its shareholders. LLCs have a similar document called a membership certificate. More…

Written Consent
Whenever your corporation or LLC undertakes certain important actions, those actions must be memorialized in resolutions of the board of directors, shareholders or LLC members. More…


IRS Filings

Employer Identification Number (EIN)
Corporations, most LLCs, and all businesses with employees must have this IRS-issued identifier. Much like a Social Security Number, an Employer Identification Number (EIN) is a federal nine-digit number that identifies a business entity. More…

S Corporation Election – Form 2553
Many c corporations and limited liability companies (LLCs) elect to file for s corporation status because of the advantages this classification provides their businesses. More…

Nonprofit 501(C) Status – Basic Package / Signature Package
Form a nonprofit corporation and enjoy tax-exempt status. Our customers typically seek 501(c) tax-exempt status with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) when they form a nonprofit corporation. Learn more about the Basic Package or the Signature Package.

LLC Tax Status Election (Form 8832)
When you form a limited liability company (LLC), it is automatically assigned a "default" tax status unless you choose otherwise. More…


Other Filings

Register a Business Name
Many state and local governments require companies to register any alternate names under which they conduct business. Registering a DBA name alerts the public that your business intends to use that name. More…

Register in Additional States
In order to do business legally in states other than your home state (the state where your company was formed or incorporated), you'll need to register your company in those other states. More…

Delaware E-Filing
The Company Corporation offers an annual service to help you meet Delaware state franchise tax and annual report requirements and keep your company in good standing. More…

Amendments
Whenever your business makes fundamental changes to its records, you must notify the Secretary of State by filing what are known as Articles of Amendment (for corporations) and Certificate of Amendment (for LLCs). More…

Entity Conversion
Need to change your business from an LLC to a corporation (or vice versa)? The Company Corporation can help you with the conversion process. More…

Dissolution
Businesses close for many reasons, but it's not enough for corporations or LLCs to simply shut their doors. If you have gone out of business, you need to officially dissolve your corporation or LLC with the state. More…

Reinstatement
Companies that fail to meet their annual filing obligations risk losing their good standing. If you've forgotten to file the right forms or delayed payment, individual states can take action against your business by dissolving your corporation or limited liability company (LLC) and revoking its status. More…


Other Services

Trademark Searches
Clear your brand names and logos with our fast, reliable service. More…

Mail Forwarding Service
A secure, private mailbox for all your company correspondence. More…

Business Tax Consultation
Get the best information on taxes and formation types. More…

Business Loans
Generally, small business owners need commercial loans to buy a business with real estate, refinance a commercial real estate asset (like a gas station, strip mall, industrial warehouse, office building, motel, hotel, etc.) or refinance a business with real estate. More…

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