Demonstrating your organization’s good standing is a normal part of doing business. Whenever you open a bank account, expand into new states, or apply for a license, a certificate of good standing is usually part of the required paperwork. The … Read more
For many companies, regulatory compliance is like a puzzle worked on piece by piece―a license here, annual reports there, different registered agents throughout each state. But there’s a simpler, more effective way to manage those tasks. Through Harbor Compliance, you … Read more
The end of the year is the most important time for nonprofit organizations. Not only does over 30% of annual giving occur in December, but the end of year also coincides with a number of compliance requirements. These state, … Read more
Effective July 1, 2015, Indiana nonprofit annual reports will now be due on a biennial basis, instead of annually (Source).
As compliance junkies, we like to talk about unusual events in the corporate filing world. Today’s subject is the New Hampshire nonprofit annual report, which must be filed every five years. And you guessed it, this report is due in … Read more
If your business has registered in the District of Columbia, we have a special compliance announcement!
The Department of Regulatory and Consumer Affairs, informally known as the DCRA, has extended the deadline for DC biennial report filings to May 1, 2015. … Read more
Business compliance is a lot like Zen Buddhism.
It takes a certain amount of mental effort to become compliant with state requirements, and it takes an equal amount of focus to learn how to stay in good standing, especially as your business grows.… Read more
In my previous post, I discussed end of the year compliance activities for small businesses. Running a nonprofit is a different animal altogether. Typically, nonprofit organizations have many more ongoing responsibilities.
Failure to keep up with compliance activities can … Read more
The end of the year is the ideal time to review compliance for your business. For many businesses, this is a time to “catch up” on compliance activities for the year and prepare for next year. Filings also may … Read more