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Natalie M., Credit Manager, National Bank, Chicago, IL
With the New Year upon us, end of year deadlines and commitments drive activity. So much still to do! One of the to dos we all have is to make our plans for the next year. We review systems and solutions, processes and procedures, with an eye on fixing any breakdowns that have been experienced and on determining if any changes need to be made.
When it comes to evaluating your UCC management, you need a UCC service partner that supports…READ MORE
After receiving such a positive response to this pair of blog posts back in October, and with year end literally now here, we present them again conveniently in one post, just in case you missed it. Happy Holidays!
Year end is here. Lightning speed transactions require entity Formations and Registrations in several states. Below, we have listed some reminders to help you through the year-end rush.
Delaware Direct Access.
This is Part II of our two-part blog on Corporate Names. We posted Part I in last week’s blog that discussed Corporate Name Availability in more detail. Today we share some tips on Name Reservation vs. Name Registration.
Name Reservation. This is generally a document and filing fee submitted to a Secretary of State office, or just a fee paid. A Name Reservation can hold your name for a term that can vary from 30 to 180 days depending…READ MORE
Perfecting your registration or qualification with all Secretary of State Offices under the same name is important for many reasons. Most companies want name consistency in all the states they are registered or qualified to do business. Name consistency in each state keeps contracts, business cards, licenses, etc. uniform so that there are no exceptions or variations from state to state.
This week’s blog is the first of a two-part…READ MORE
Effective January 1, 2017, some changes affecting notaries public are coming from the California Secretary of State’s Business Programs Division, Notary Public and Special Filings Section
One change regards apostilles. Whereas an individual apostille used to require a separate certificate for each individual country under The Hague Convention of 5 October, 1961, now the apostille will no longer include the country in which it will be…READ MORE