What is a Registered Agent?

Registed Agent Service

A registered agent, a resident agent or a statutory agent (the three terms are interchangeable) is defined by United States business law as a business, or person, designated to receive service of process on behalf of a company against whom a legal action is brought.  To put it another way, when you appoint a registered agent, you are providing the public with an indirect but efficient means of contacting you about a legal issue. The agent then makes sure that you receive the document within a reasonable timeframe.

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Blumberg now offers S corporation IRS filings for New Jersey corporations

New Jersey S CorporationBlumbergExcelsior Corporate Services, Inc. is now offering to file S-corporation status filings for corporations formed in the state of New Jersey.  Previously, Blumberg only offered this service for corporations formed in the state of New York.

Corporations can opt for subsection “S” status treatment by the IRS after formation if they meet certain IRS requirements.

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What a Portal Can Do for You

Blumberg's Web Portal - Julius®
Blumberg’s Web Portal – Julius®

A web portal is a means of accessing multiple websites via the main website.  

It is, essentially, a “gateway” to other related (and sometimes unrelated) sites.  Web portals were created to enable a user to easily locate and access services, functions, and information that would otherwise be more cumbersome and time-consuming to find.  By branching into various sites through a portal system, a user can find information in a more organized fashion. It would also create a simpler way to engage in that websites various functions without leaving the home website. Continue reading “What a Portal Can Do for You”

In Which State Should You Organize Your Business?

In Which State Should You Organize Your Business?

Companies which own or lease real estate, employ people, conduct business and/or generate income in a state are considered to be “doing business” in that state. A small business that is “doing business” in only one state should, in most cases, organize in that state. If, however, you are contemplating doing business in more than one state, the decision about where to organize your business gains importance. Continue reading “In Which State Should You Organize Your Business?”