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Sales Executive at Harvard Business Services, Inc. Andrew has extensive experience in both sales and customer service and has been helping clients all over the world form Delaware companies for the past 10 years. Since he has owned and operated his own Delaware LLC, Andrew is well aware that the most important person in every business is the customer. He prides himself on going above and beyond for each client. He works with clients from all walks of life, from entrepreneurs to attorneys to accountants to venture capitalists, to help form and maintain their Delaware companies.

What to Know about California’s LLC Forms Monday, May 8, 2023

States require different forms when you register a foreign company for Foreign Qualification. California has three different forms for LLCs.... Continue Reading

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Business Terms for Delaware Companies Monday, April 17, 2023

If you own a Delaware company, there are several business terms you should be familiar with so you understand all your company’s important documents and dates.... Continue Reading

Posted In: The Delaware Advantage

Do You Have a Digital Corporate Seal? Monday, March 13, 2023

We offer a free digital corporate seal to all of our clients. Do you have yours yet? | Harvard Business Services, Inc.... Continue Reading

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What Happens when You Don’t Pay Your Franchise Tax? Monday, February 13, 2023

If you miss a Franchise Tax payment for your Delaware company, this will always be on the record with the Delaware Division of Corporations, even if you pay all the past due Franchise Tax and bring the company back into good standing.... Continue Reading

Posted In: About Franchise Tax

Who Can Be a Member of an LLC? Monday, January 2, 2023

Anyone in the world can be a member of a Delaware LLC. Generally, the members of an LLC are individuals, but it doesn’t stop there. Many people opt to set up the Delaware LLC with another company as the member. This can be a corporation, Limited Partnership or even another Delaware LLC.... Continue Reading

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What to Consider When Naming a Company Monday, December 12, 2022

We can check the company name for any Delaware startup, and typically receive a definitive answer on whether or not it contains any restricted words and if the proposed company name will get approved by the Delaware Division of Corporations.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Entrepreneurs & Start-Ups

You Incorporated Your Startup Company - Now What? Monday, October 24, 2022

Forming a business entity is just the beginning. There are many pivotal steps you’ll need to take before your new company can start doing business.... Continue Reading

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Your Effective Date Affects Your Franchise Tax Tuesday, October 18, 2022

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.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Business Strategies

Creating a Delaware LLC as a Holding Company Monday, August 22, 2022

Delaware LLCs can conduct any lawful business activity anywhere in the world. Some people explore the low-cost series LLC when they want to operate several different businesses, which is very enticing since there is only one annual Franchise Tax payment to the state of Delaware and one annual Registered Agent Fee.... Continue Reading

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4 Common (and Avoidable) Start-Up Mistakes Monday, July 4, 2022

Try to avoid these common start-up mistakes so you won't waste money or time when you are busy running your new company.... Continue Reading

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Foreign Qualification Common Mistakes Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Foreign qualifying your business is tricky, but our team of professionals can help you avoid common mistakes in applying for foreign qualifications. Some of the most frequent foreign qualification errors include: delaying the process until the last minute, using the wrong title on the application, omitting information such as the address for one of the officers, directors, members, or managers, or failing to provide the appropriate accompanying documentation, such as a Certificate of Good Standing or a Certified Copy. At a time when nearly every single Secretary of States’ office in the US is experiencing some form of processing delay due to the pandemic, savvy owners are seeking professional support to ensure a timely and smooth filing process.... Continue Reading

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Benefits of a Delaware LLC Monday, January 17, 2022

There are a number of reasons a Delaware LLC is uncomplicated to form and maintain. The Delaware LLC is well-known for its unmatched flexibility and low maintenance requirements.... Continue Reading

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How to Register to Do Business in California Tuesday, November 30, 2021

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.... Continue Reading

Posted In: Compliance

New York State Requirements for LLCs Monday, May 17, 2021

You don’t have to handle the New York Application for Authority and Certificate of Publication on your own. Your registered agent can help you with these requirements.... Continue Reading

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Withdrawing your Delaware LLC from the State of California Monday, May 10, 2021

If you’ve registered your Delaware LLC as a foreign LLC with the California Secretary of State, and you have decided that you will no longer do business operations in California, we can help you file the California Certificate of Cancellation (Form LLC-4/7) with the California Secretary of State.... Continue Reading

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