How Do You Choose a Delaware Registered Agent?

By Rick Bell Monday, February 23, 2009

People from outside the state of Delaware who wish to form Delaware corporations must, as prescribed by Delaware law, have a Registered Agent within the state. The Registered Agent acts as the original incorporator, files the corporation and remains the Registered Agent for the life of the corporation.

You can count on Harvard Business Services, Inc. as your Registered Agent to send out your annual Delaware Franchise Tax Report, to help you compute your tax if necessary, to assist you in making changes to your corporation, such as increasing the number of shares of stock or changing the corporate address. We will also answer any questions you may have, whenever they come up. Give us a call at 800-345-CORP for additional information.

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