After you set up your LLC, corporation, or other business structure, there are a handful of tasks you must conduct to stay compliant with statutory corporations code. The term for this is entity management.
Your business must tend to recurring maintenance and one-time filings to remain in “good standing” with the government. You must also abide by behaviors that keep your “corporate veil” from being pierced and exposing the owners to liability.
The risks of noncompliance are serious. Noncompliance can result in liens, penalties, and administrative dissolution of the business.
Our most popular program, ComplianceAdviser™ assumes that you have just started your business and are ready to start the journey of setting up your records and learning how to administer your entity. The program includes a 40-page e-Book written by Harbor’s Mike Montali and two hours of one-on-one coaching with the author.
Discover if your business entity is in “good standing” with the state government(s). Your compliance specialist will guide you through the entire audit and help you establish an action plan for any areas of noncompliance or compliance risk.
The “nuts and bolts” of entity management are as follows:
Keeping your business compliant is a big deal. But doing the work to stay compliant shouldn’t be. Our most popular compliance program is ComplianceAdviser™.
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