Corporations and LLCs are all subject to internal and external annual compliance requirements. For small and medium-sized businesses, responsibility for corporate entity compliance often falls to the finance and accounting department. Unfortunately, these important activities can easily slip between the cracks without proper awareness. In fact, maintaining compliance can make the difference between protecting your organization from or exposing your organization to legal risks, fees and penalties and/or dissolution.
Whether you are a professional services provider in a position to advise your clients on this important topic or a finance leader within your organization, recognizing how to proactively oversee corporate entity compliance can be a differentiating tool in your knowledge belt.
Nellie Akalp is a passionate entrepreneur, small business expert and mother of four. She is the CEO of CorpNet.com, a trusted resource for Business Incorporation, LLC Filings, and Corporate Compliance Services in all 50 states. Nellie and her team recently launched a partner program for accountants, bookkeepers, CPAs, and other professionals to help them streamline the business incorporation and compliance process for their clients. More info at: CorpNet.com/partners
CorpNet.com is your trusted resource for business incorporation, LLC filings, and corporate compliance services in all 50 states. Through the CorpNet Partner Program, accountants, CPAs, enrolled agents, bookkeepers, and QB ProAdvisors can now offer business formation and corporate compliance services to their clients in any state. Learn more at: CorpNet.com/partners