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Comply with state requirements to have a permanent registered agent available during normal business hours to stay in good standing and avoid fines.
Many companies with store fronts use a registered agent service to ensure they don't receive any embarrassing legal or tax notices at their business.
We'll accept all important documents and upload digital copies to your dashboard so you can view, download, or print them anytime.
Our registered agent service is available to Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) and Corporations in all 50 states for any business filed independently or with us. We currently don’t offer registered agent service to Professional Limited Liability Companies (PLLCs) or Non-Profit Organizations (NPOs).
We discreetly monitor all state notices sent to your agent address.
We scan and upload important documents to your dashboard.
We’ll notify you via mail of legal or tax matters that need attention.
We have a page dedicated to explaining what a registered agent is. Depending on the state, a registered agent may also be known as a resident agent or statutory agent. If you need more information about what this agent does, then read on.
A registered agent acts as a liaison between your business and another party. Their main responsibility is to receive legal documents and pass them on to you (the business owner) or another appropriate person.
For a typical registered agent service you can expect to pay anywhere between $100 and $300 on average for a service.
State agencies require LLCs, corporations, and other formal business entities to appoint and maintain a registered agent when they form their business. General partnerships and sole proprietorships aren’t required to have one.
You’ll need to appoint a registered agent for your business when you file your official paperwork with your state or appropriate agency that handles business registrations. The application will have a section where you’ll mark your agent’s name and information.
It’s important to keep in mind the following:
Legally, yes, you can be your own registered agent for your business so long as you abide by the requirements set by your state or agency that handles business registrations. However, the business itself cannot be its own registered agent.
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