What to look for in your Registered Agent
- Registered Agent Office: The registered agent office regular business hours.
- State Compliance: Reminders of state fees and taxes.
- Mail Forwarding: All mail from Federal, State and Local government offices.
- Anonymity: For States asking only for Registered Office Address.
- Membership Logins: Checking your account online for annual reports and fees
- Moral Turpitude: Business relations with customers, employees, competitors and states.
When do you need a Registered Agent
Our confidential and secure order form takes only minutes to complete. So if your starting the process of any of these activities, contact IncSmart.biz for your Registered Agent
- Forming a Corporation in America
- Forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in America
- Expanding Your Business to America
- Opening an Office in America
- Bidding on a Construction Project in America
- Bidding on a Government Contract in America
- Moving Real Estate out of your name
- Applying for License Regulated by the state
- Forming Foreign Qualification to Do Business in a different state
It is possible to act as the Registered Agent for your business. Every state allows corporate officers to be named as registered agents and, as long as you live in the state you do business. If you choose to be your own agent, you must be available to receive paperwork during normal business hours, 9 to 5 Monday through Friday. The address of a registered agent is public, you should never list your home address.
Any resident of the state you do business in can be a registered agent – they just can’t list a P.O Box as their address. Accountant, lawyer, or any of its corporate officers can also act as the registered agent for your business. Attorneys and CPAs fees may be prohibitive for small and start up companies.
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