• Jeremy Bombard


With the new year upon us, take a look at your business documents to make sure everything is up to date. As you are aware, each year you need to file an annual report for your LLC or corporation. While you don’t have to do it today, it’s good to have it on your radar to make sure you aren’t late. Plus, it is a good time to review the information on the Secretary of State site and make sure the addresses are up to date, you have your current registered agent listed, and the officers/directors/members/managers are correct (and their addresses are correct).

You don’t need to do it right now, but it’s always better to be proactive, so you aren’t rushing to file it if you need it to get a loan, need a certificate of good standing, or as part of a transaction. If you want me to take a look and assist you with getting your business documents updated and in order, please feel free to reach out. I can either do it for you or give you directions on how to file online.

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