Business Resource Center

In these resources, CT's expert professionals offer thoughts and tips on keeping up with your business entity compliance and keeping your company in good standing. We highlight current trends and important aspects of compliance and governance for any company. Equipped with this information, you'll be better prepared to make the right decisions for you and your business.

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Federal EIN (FEIN) Filing: Information for Corporations and Law Firms Federal EINs: Necessary, but Time Consuming
Deciding where to incorporate or form a business is no easy task, but it’s important to think holistically about the benefits your state of incorporation can provide.
The Global Market Entity Identifier (GMEI) is a new federal regulation for companies that trade or are counterparties to OTC derivatives. Non-compliance can put your company’s ability to trade OTC derivatives at risk.
A GMEI (Global Market Entity Indentifier) is a unique 20-character code associated with a single legal entity that enters into over-the-counter (OTC) derivative swaps.
In order to run a successful business, you must spend money. Fortunately, many business expenses are tax deductible--if you follow these rules.
Big complex businesses have big, complex annual report compliance needs. See how keeping it in-house may be costing more than you think.
Use this handy chart to compare the most common company types on key factors, including formation, taxation and compliance requirements.
Delaware is considered one of the most important states for those seeking venture capital, private equity, and public capital markets. This checklist helps to streamline the process and guides you through the five most important aspects of incorporating as a benefit corporation in Delaware.
Benefit Corporations, sometimes called B Corps, are a new type of corporation that requires the company to balance maximizing shareholder value against the good of society and other stakeholders. Learn if this structure makes sense for your business.
A home-based business or one that is strictly online will require many of the same licenses as a traditional bricks-and-mortar commercial establishment. Plus, additional occupation and zoning permits may be required