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Amendment

Amendment

Filed if a company requires changes to membership, addresses or company name.

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Dissolution

Dissolution

Used to formally terminate the existence of a entity.

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Foreign Qualification

Foreign Qualification

Filed when you need to expand your entity to new states.

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Fictitious Business Name

Fictitious Business Name

Filed if a company requires assumed business/fictitious name.

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File Annual Report

File Annual Report

The majority of states require that companies file periodic reports that affirm the current information of the companies members, directors, and business address.

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Certificate of Good Standing

Certificate of Good Standing

Required by governmental and private agencies to validate a companies status in order to facilitate specified transactions.

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Business License Search

Business License Search

Determine all business licenses and permits required at the federal, state, county, and municipal level.

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Trademark Name Search

Trademark Name Search

Take steps to protect your brand and valuable company assets such as your name, logo, and tagline.

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Order Registered Agent

Order Registered Agent

Order registered agent service and receive your new registered agent information immediately.

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Renew Registered Agent

Renew Registered Agent

Click here if you have existing registered agent service and would like to renew it.

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Change Registered Agent

Change Registered Agent

Use to update the registered agent on file with the state of formation.

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EIN / Tax ID #

EIN / Tax ID #

An EIN is required to open a bank account, file taxes and submit payroll taxes.

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File Business Taxes

File Business Taxes

Work with a tax professional to file your federal business tax return.

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File S Corp Tax Election

File S Corp Tax Election

Reduce the Tax You Pay by Having Your LLC Treated as an S Corp for Tax Purposes.

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Corporate LLC Kits & Stock Certificates.

Corporate LLC Kits & Stock Certificates.

All Corporations are required to maintain a "corporate minute book" that holds things like the formation paperwork, licenses, resolutions and meeting minutes. It is one of the first things requested when your company is audited or being sold.

Included with the Corporate LLC Kit

  • Slip Case and Binder

  • 20 Custom Printed Stock Certificates

  • Metal Die-Cast Embossing Seal

  • Stock Transfer Ledger

  • Operating Agreement for LLCs

  • Minutes and By-Laws for Corporations

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