The GA Division of Corporations reminds us that Annual Reports are due by April 15 2017. Filing the annual registration provides a current record of an entity’s management structure, correct mailing address, and registered agent’s name and address.
Is there a difference between the self employed and entrepreneurs? According to a study released by the New America Foundation, the answer is, yes. The study suggests that the amount of small businesses forming in America is actually falling although statistics show that new business formations are on the rise.
Research has confirmed what experienced entrepreneurs already knew—that a weak economy is the best environment for starting a business. A study by the Kauffman Foundation reveals that more than half of the largest and fastest-growing companies in the US were founded during economic downturns.
For an entrepreneur who has only recently taken steps to create a corporation, finding ways to attract new customers is critical to continued success. A new report from the Wharton business school at the University of Pennsylvania says that referral programs are a cost-effective marketing technique.
The West Virginia Secretary of State’s office recently helped dozens of business incorporations file their annual reports by setting up a mobile office in the North Central region of the state.
The Florida Division of Corporations no longer has authority to waive the $400 late fee for annual reports filed after May 1st.