What is New York’s publication requirement? The LLC publication requirement states that a newly formed LLC must publish in two local newspapers for six consecutive weeks. The county clerk must assign the newspapers in the county in which the LLC maintains its office. Affidavits of publication, issued by the newspapers upon completion of the publication period, must then be filed with the NYS Department of State within one hundred and twenty (120) days from the date the LLC was initially filed. Once this has been completed, the publication requirement has been satisfied, and the LLC complies with the statute.Continue reading “New York Limited Liability Publication Requirements”
When the time comes to end operations of your company and dissolve the business entity, there are routine steps to take that make the process easier.Continue reading “How Do I Close My Company?”
Scheduled holidays and closings for secretary of state offices nationwide.
Do you have filing deadlines in 2021? Are you organizing staffing for next year?
These are two of the many reasons to consult and save our calendar of State Holidays and Closings for 2021.
To understand why lawyers in the US use legal pads, we need to first know the history of the pad.Continue reading “Why Do Lawyers Use Legal Pads?”
In most states you can organize an entity with a commencement date in the future (typically not more than 90 days ahead). This is most often referred to as using a “delayed effective date“.
As we near the end of 2020 the topic of effective dates is a discussion that comes to mind in relation to the filing of new Corporations and Limited Liability Companies. Your client may have a new business venture and is looking to form a business entity for it. Your first inclination may be to deter them from filing this close to the end of the year in order to avoid 2020 taxes, however in many States you can file now, setting forth a delayed effective date.
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