In life, getting rejected stinks.
When preparing your corporate documents, not filing timely or properly jeopardizes your “good standing.” Getting a filing rejected outright wastes your valuable time, and can even chalk up to a financial loss.
A rejection is … Read more
In the words of Thomas Jefferson, “eternal vigilance by the people is the price of liberty.”
In the world of small business, eternal vigilance has a more tangible value: keeping your business afloat and your information private.
New business owners … Read more
You’ve seen the warning signs and red flags.
You pay to receive documents, a service you thought you had already paid for with your annual fee. You were supposed to receive an annual report notice, but didn’t, and now you … Read more
The Indiana Secretary of State has released new business registration forms. If you’re registering a domestic or foreign entity in Indiana, you must use the new forms. The state fees have not changed.
The new forms are dated 2014, but … Read more
Here at Harbor Compliance, we love business ideas that are socially responsible, have a higher purpose, and support the local community.
We also have a bit of a competitive streak!
That’s why we’re excited to be an in-kind sponsor of … Read more
The inspiration for this post comes from the frequent inquiries we get about starting a business in Delaware or Nevada.
I want to explore why Delaware and Nevada are popular choices for formation, and why those states might not be … Read more
Secretary of State Scott Gessler announced a Colorado fee holiday, set to begin July 1, 2014. As a result, the fee for new business filings has been reduced from $50 to $1. The aim is to pass savings from a government surplus … Read more
You probably came across the term “registered agent” while filling out formation documents, or more commonly, you heard that you need one, I think…right?
Don’t worry, we get many questions about this service, and we thought it would … Read more
The deadline for employers to mail out IRS forms W-2 and 1099 to employees or contractors is January 31st.
Form W-2 is used to report a employee’s wages and tax withholdings. Employers are required to keep a copy of the … Read more
I recently was a guest on The Power of Part Time TV, an online show dedicated to entrepreneurs with a “side hustle”. The side hustle is very common, as even I was once a part-time entrepreneur. A lot of … Read more