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.

How to Operate a Delaware LLC in Hawaii By Devin Scott Tuesday, July 28, 2015 How to Operate a Delaware LLC in HawaiiWhen you form an LLC in Delaware, your business is domestic to Delaware and foreign to every other state, including your home state. If you’d like your LLC to operate in any other state, such as Hawaii, you must register your company as a foreign entity in that state... Read More
Registering a Delaware LLC in Georgia By Devin Scott Monday, June 29, 2015 registering a delaware llc in georgiaWhen forming a Delaware LLC, your business is domestic to Delaware and foreign to every other state. When operating a Delaware LLC in Georgia, you register your company as a foreign entity... Read More
Keep Your Contact Details Current By Brett Melson Monday, June 22, 2015 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
How To Operate a Delaware LLC in Washington, D.C. By Devin Scott Tuesday, June 9, 2015 how to operate a delaware llc in washington dcThe Foreign Qualification process is the way in which the District of Columbia will grant your Delaware LLC permission to operate there. Although Washington, D.C. is not a state, it requires the same paperwork that many states require: an application, a fee and a Certificate of Good Standing from Delaware... Read More
Are You Operating Your Delaware LLC From Colorado? By Devin Scott Tuesday, May 19, 2015 operating a delaware llc from coloradoWhen operating a Delaware LLC in another state, such as Colorado, clients should register their businesses as a foreign entity in that state. Each state has different requirements. Colorado, like most states, requires an application process and a state filing fee... Read More
Who Needs a Certificate of Good Standing? By Andrew Millman Tuesday, May 12, 2015 what is a delaware certificate of good standingIf you plan to file an Application for Authority to do business in another jurisdiction with a Delaware Company, other states routinely require that a Certificate of Good Standing from Delaware accompanies the registration... Read More
Doing Business in Connecticut with a Delaware LLC By Devin Scott Tuesday, April 28, 2015 doing business in connecticut with a delaware llcWhen forming an LLC, Delaware is often the most popular choice. This is due to Delaware’s strong corporate law structure, which is considered by many to be #1. When forming a Delaware LLC, your business is domestic to Delaware and foreign to every other state. When operating a Delaware LLC in Connecticut, clients can register as a foreign entity in their home state of Connecticut... Read More
Doing Business in Alaska with a Delaware LLC By Devin Scott Monday, April 13, 2015 doing business in alaska with a delaware llcAlaska, like most states, has a state fee and an application process. Generally clients will work with their registered agent to file the documents necessary to get the approval from the Alaska Secretary of State’s office. Harvard Business Services can obtain the approval for an Alaska foreign qualification in about 2 business days... Read More
Doing Business in Arkansas with a Delaware LLC By Devin Scott Monday, March 16, 2015 doing business in arkansas with a delaware llcIf you're planning on doing business in Arkansas with a Delaware LLC, certain steps will need to be taken. The process of registering your Delaware LLC as a foreign entity in Arkansas is called Foreign Qualification. This is how you obtain permission from Arkansas to operate there with a Delaware LLC... Read More
"Do I Need a Business License?" By Michael Bell Monday, February 16, 2015 do i need a business licenseState regulatory agencies take great pains to identify and penalize unlicensed business operations. Unlicensed businesses diminish the integrity of the profession, create undue competition for properly licensed businesses, and often provide inadequate goods and services... Read More