The Employer Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was introduced in 2020 as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES). ERTC was designed to incentivize employers whose revenues or operations were adversely impacted by the pandemic to retain … Read more
Beginning January 2025, business entities registered in Pennsylvania must file an annual report with the Pennsylvania Department of State Bureau of Corporations. The change went into effect on January 2, 2023, with the passage of 2022 Act 122.
This … Read more
As your business continues to grow, so too will its risks. Take the time now to ensure your business insurance fundamentals are strong, so that when your business is ready for the next step, it won’t miss a beat.What… Read more
Because of the technical knowledge required and the component of public safety involved, firms that provide architecture, engineering, construction, and adjacent services are among the most highly regulated in the country. The primary objective of licensing boards is to ensure … Read more
State agencies are continuing to experience significant delays in filing processing times.
Burdened by the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, including limited in-person staff, secretary of state offices have struggled to maintain pre-pandemic turnaround times.
Here is a list … Read more
The California Secretary of State has announced a temporary waiver of filing fees for many new corporations, LLCs, nonprofits, and other organizations. The stated purpose of the waiver is “to encourage business growth in California.” The recent enactment of California’s … Read more
A common question for entrepreneurs and small businesses is, “When should I register a trademark?”
Let’s look at 5 key points to consider.1. First, you should register for a federal trademark when you want to protect the GOOD WILL… Read more
As your business grows, you may find that you need to make changes that impact your licensing. For example, you may move to a new office, prompting an address change, or you may experience changes in officers or directors. To … Read more
If you own or operate an architecture company or an engineering firm, you are likely aware of your state’s licensing requirements. However, certain jobs and services you perform may be subject to additional permitting requirements.
The primary difference between licenses … Read more
Professional engineers are responsible for obtaining continuing education credits, also referred to as professional development hours (PDH), to maintain their licenses. Continuing education ensures firms and their employees are expanding and improving their engineering skills and cultivating new and industry-relevant … Read more