Compliance

Corporate compliance is the steps a corporation takes to make sure its corporate veil cannot be pierced. In order to maintain compliance, a company must stay current on all its annual maintenance requirements. Learn more about corporate maintenance requirements here.

Keep Your Communications Contact Details Current By HBS Tuesday, July 14, 2020 contact details for a delaware companyThere are very few requirements to maintain a company’s good standing with the state of Delaware. Don’t forget to update us if any of your company’s contact information changes... Read More
What Does "Foreign Qualification" Mean? By Andrew Millman Tuesday, June 2, 2020 what is foreign qualificationForeign Qualification is the process of registering your Delaware LLC or corporation, which is considered domestic to the state of Delaware and foreign to all other states, as a foreign entity in your company's home state... Read More
Delaware State File Number: What It Is & How It's Used By Michael Bell Tuesday, May 5, 2020 questions about the delaware state file numberWhen you form a company in Delaware, you will receive a Delaware state file number. This number identifies your company and only your company... Read More
New York’s Biennial Fees for Corporations and LLCs By Justin Damiani Monday, May 4, 2020 Domestic and Foreign Corporations and LLCs operating in New York need to file the biennial report every other year and the report is due by the end of the anniversary month of the formation of the company... Read More
Doing Business in Montana with a Delaware Company By Devin Scott Monday, March 16, 2020 Montana, like other states has an application process, a state fee, and also requires a Certificate of Good Standing from Delaware in order to register the Delaware LLC or Corporation to do business in Montana as a foreign entity... Read More
EIN vs ITIN: What's the Difference and Who Needs Them? By Brett Melson Tuesday, February 11, 2020 ein vs itinThere are many numbers that are used to identify ourselves and our corporations or LLCs, such as a Social Security number, driver's license number, passport number, DUNS number and EIN (Employer Identification Number). Many business owners and employees wonder about the differences between the Federal Employer Tax ID number (EIN) and the individual taxpayer identification number (ITIN)... Read More
Doing Business in Missouri with a Delaware Company By Devin Scott Monday, January 27, 2020 Regardless of what your nature of business is in Missouri, Delaware is often the popular choice to incorporate the business. Qualifying your foreign entity is often a key part of staying in compliance with Missouri regulations... Read More
What Is a DUNS Number Used For? By Devin Scott Monday, December 9, 2019 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
Hague Convention Apostille Countries [Infographic] By Veselin Ganev Tuesday, July 9, 2019 Hague Convention Apostille CountriesIf you do business internationally, you may need to provide an Apostille document, which authenticates your formation documents | Why you need an apostille.. Read More
You Can Operate in Mississippi with a Delaware Company By Devin Scott Monday, July 1, 2019 Mississippi, like many other states, will have an application process, a state fee, and will also require a Certificate of Good Standing from Delaware in order to foreign qualify to do business there. The approval time for Mississippi is often 5-15 business days... Read More