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Nevada’s Annual Publication Requirements

  Nevada requires foreign corporations to publish annual statements every year the corporation is doing business in the state. This statement must be published before the end of March, for each calendar year. The penalty for failing to publish an annual statement...

Preparing for the Corporate Transparency Act

  What is the Corporate Transparency Act? The Corporate Transparency Act will require domestic or foreign companies, registered to do business in any state or tribal jurisdiction in the United States, to submit a beneficial ownership information (BOI) report to...

Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA)

  Non-disclosure agreements, also known as NDAs, are versatile contracts that can be used by any business during any period of its lifecycle. It is essentially a contract that creates a classified relationship between a person or entity who has restricted info...

Different Types of Trademarking

  Protecting your intellectual property should be one of your top priorities when starting a business. It provides your company with security and a competitive advantage. We've gone over a few intellectual property matters to consider as a new business owner in a...

Local City and County Licensing

  Congratulations on securing your State License from the Secretary of State! Depending on the operation of your business, you may also be required to apply for a local city or county license. We've covered this briefly in our previous blog "Best Practice...

State Tax Registration

  Now that your business is formed, don't forget to register your business with the state tax department. This is a crucial step that many business owners can easily forget. You may need to complete your state tax registration prior to completing other local...

What is a DBA? (Doing Business As)

  Many businesses use "Doing Business As" or DBAs for their company. This is also referred to as a "Fictitious Firm Name" or "Trade Name" depending on your state. From large corporations to small boutique shops, businesses use DBAs to operate under a different...



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