The HBS Blog offers insight on Delaware corporations and LLCs as well as information about entrepreneurship, startups, cryptocurrency, venture capitalism and general business topics.

Harvard Business Services Partners with BlueVine to Offer Business Banking By
We are happy to announce that we have partnered with BlueVine to offer Business Checking accounts to all our US-based customers. Here are the 4 things you should consider when choosing where to open a U.S. bank account... Read More
Delaware Timetable for Cancelling Your LLC By
Steps to closing your LLC
So, it’s time to close your Delaware LLC. Whether the company didn’t turn out as planned or you feel the company has run its course and it’s time to shut down, Harvard Business Services, Inc. is here to assist with any cancellation needs... Read More
How to Register to Do Business in California By
how to register a business in california
How exactly do you determine whether or not your company is technically “doing business” in California? This may seem like an easy question, but it is a difficult one for business owners who may be on the hook for more taxes. In this article, learn basic questions to determine whether or not you are ‘doing business’ in California... Read More
Delaware Timetable for Dissolving Your Corporation By
Corp Dissolution
When it comes time to file a Certificate of Dissolution, you may file the documentation with the Delaware Secretary of State directly or you may request that Harvard Business Services, Inc. assists you. Harvard can dissolve your corporation within 3-5 business days... Read More
Our 2021 "Thank You" to Our Clients By
Thank you
2021 has been a record-breaking year for Harvard Business Services, and we owe it all to our clients. Thank you from all of us at Harvard Business Services!.. Read More
What Is a DUNS Number Used For? By
You may be wondering what a DUNS number is used for. Here's a breakdown of what it is, plus why you may need one for your company... Read More
Things to Consider When Using a Symbol or Punctuation in a Legal Business Name By
Things to consider when naming your company
Because of system limitations, the IRS will not recognize some symbols and punctuation in your business entity name, including some that are allowed by the Delaware Division of Corporations. Find out which symbols and punctuation are permissible according to the IRS and the State of Delaware and understand your options when considering a company name that includes a special character, symbol or punctuation not recognized by the IRS... Read More
Delaware General Corporation Structure By
structure of a general coporation
The Delaware general corporation is the strongest company structure in the U.S. It offers a means to raise capital, has three tiers of power and follows bylaws. The bylaws of the company set forth the powers and the limits of power in each of the three tiers. Each group may have separate priorities, and they may clash occasionally... Read More
Forming a Delaware Company as a Non-Resident By
Forming a Delaware Company as a Non-Resident
You are not required to live in (or even visit) Delaware to form your company within the state. Delaware’s Corporate Law structure does not impose restrictions on ownership or management of a Delaware company by a non-resident of the United States... Read More
Your Effective Date Affects Your Franchise Tax By
The State of Delaware is now accepting future effective dates for Incorporating your business. Learn more on how you can request a future Effective date in 2022 to save on the annual Delaware Franchise Tax... Read More