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Taxes In Texas

Taxes in Texas

Unlike other states, the Texas Secretary of State does not require certain businesses (like corporations, LLCs, and LLPs) to file an annual report. Instead, they submit “information reports” (tax returns) and sometimes “no tax due” reports to the Texas Comptroller…

Compliance Notifications

Compliance Notifications

When your client starts a business, complying with the Secretary of State and local agencies’ filing requirements is vital. Compliance notifications — which would give you and your client status updates about registration timelines and filing procedures — help your…

Starting A Business In California

Starting a Business in California

The steps for starting a business in California are long and complex. Assisting multiple clients through this process—and communicating the status of their filings with each of them—can be challenging. There are many benefits to your clients if they have…

Uniform Filing Requirements

Uniform Filing Requirements

There is a reason all states and many local agencies regulate businesses, in part by requiring compliance with regular filing requirements. When a state agency such as the Secretary of State has uniform and frequent filing requirements, consumers can feel…

Updates To The UCC

Updates to the UCC

The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) is a set of recommendations governing commercial transactions created by the American Law Institute and the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (Uniform Law Commission). The UCC is widely considered one of the…

The History Of The UCC

The History of the UCC

In 1942, a group of legal scholars began work on one of the longest and most comprehensive sets of uniform laws in the United States: the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). Two organizations, the American Law Institute, which also developed the…