Minimizing risk involves doing everything within your power to diminish the possibility of an unfavorable circumstance and its probable effects.
The ability of construction contractors, subcontractors and clients to manage risks contributes largely to the success of a project. To … Read more
As concern for the spread of the coronavirus grows, state officials have been implementing new measures for the safety of their employees and the public. These rapid response changes are being employed to allow businesses to continue filing the necessary … Read more
Running a business requires an array of moving parts that entrepreneurs must juggle: maintaining employees, increasing profits, and staying compliant so the government doesn’t come after you, to name a few. That last one may not be the most exciting … Read more
This question comes up from time to time, and the truth is that it depends on the state you live in. Simply put: Some states allow you to file a mechanics lien without a construction license, and some states … Read more
Did you know Harbor Compliance provides nationwide registered agent service? Many multi-state organizations are using a registered agent they settled for, not realizing they have a choice.
When organizations switch to Harbor Compliance, they immediately receive expert service from … Read more
Staying on top of state regulatory requirements keeps your organization in good standing. Generally, this includes registering with the secretary of state, filing annual or periodic reports when required, and maintaining an active registered agent. In many states, good standing … Read more
Licensing facilitates growth and enables reliable performance. Yet maintaining licensing across a dynamic operational footprint can be challenging. Each state handles licensing differently, with unique requirements, processes, and timelines to navigate.
Having the right information in hand makes this task … Read more
Businesses and nonprofits are generally required to file annual reports in each state where they are registered. These reports keep state authorities up to date on critical information regarding your entity, such as contact information, office locations, and officers and … Read more
The Internal Revenue Service recently announced that beginning May 13, corporate entities will no longer be allowed to use their existing Employer Identification Number (EIN) to obtain an EIN for another entity. Only individuals with tax identification numbers may request … Read more
When you’re ready to expand operations into a new state, one of the first tasks you need to tackle is registering your business with the secretary of state, a process known as foreign qualification. Foreign qualification is generally required to … Read more