United Corporate Services Blog

  • Registered Agent Renewal Period begins soon!

    The beginning of June marks the winding down of Spring and the countdown to Summer! It is also means that United Corporate Services, Inc. will be sending annual renewal of representation invoices during the first week of June. Annual representation is from July 1st through June 30th of every year. “Our representation staff is working […]

  • Naming a Secured Party: The Alternative Designation

    As you know, a UCC Financing Statement is used by a creditor to provide notice that it has a security interest in the personal property of a debtor. Quite often when a UCC Financing Statement is submitted, the participants involved are identified as the Debtor and Secured Party but the UCC1 form also allows the […]

  • 8 Steps to setting up an IPA in New York

    New York recognizes a variety of business forms including corporations, limited liability companies, limited partnerships, sole proprietorships and general partnerships. Each has its own advantages and disadvantages. The business form of choice will depend upon the purposes of the company. When a company is being formed for specific professional services in New York it must […]

  • Annual Reports and Tax for Delaware Corporations due by March 1st

    It’s time to file your Delaware Annual Report and United Corporate Services is here to help. All Delaware domestic corporations are required to file an Annual Report and pay their Franchise taxes regardless of revenue or whether you are or are not transacting business. If you want to maintain your good standing status in Delaware […]

  • Secretary of State Office Closings for January through June 2019

    As we say “good-bye” to 2018, we say “Hello” to a year of looking forward and all the possibilities that come with it. Check out the holiday closing calendar for secretary of state offices from January through June.

  • How does the government shutdown affect the way you conduct business?

    As we all know by now, on December 22, 2018 the United States government was shut down for a lack of funding. During a shutdown, the essential parts of the government remain operational but the public loses access to a wide range of services considered non-essential. There are 806,300 non-essential government employees out of work […]

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