Choice of Business Form—The S Corporation
When starting a small business, one of your most important descision is choosing the form of entity. You have many options, such as a limited liability company (LLC), C corporation, or S corporation. A number of tax and nontax factors must be considered in order to make the best choice for your business circumstances.
Corporate Secretaries are seeing their roles and responsibilities ever-evolving.
With businesses under more regulatory pressure, corporate secretaries and compliance officers are taking a more active advisory role in business planning.
Once a business is organized, it must file an annual report with its state of organization and with most other states it’s doing business in.
All states require some form of annual report or franchise tax compliance with their own requirements for annual reports.
CT’s entity management experts conducted a time study to establish how long it takes to complete some of the most common compliance and governance tasks using hCue Enterprise. How long does it usually take you from start to finish? Which of your tasks could you complete in minutes, even seconds, when you switch to hCue? Take a look at this ROI chart to find out.
Best practices in entity management include a holistic view that integrates people, processes and systems.
Get a quick overview of business entity compliance requirements, related risks, changes in entity status, and implementing your compliance system.
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In today’s environment, entity management is more important than ever for governance and compliance professionals.