The Secretary of State has posted Business Information for Veterans. Owners of new business entities formed between January 1, 2016 and January 1, 2020 who are honorably discharged veterans may complete a Comptroller Certification Form to obtain an exemption from
Senate Bill 1049 signed by the governor June 4 and effective January 1 requires the secretary of state to waive all filing fees imposed under the Business Organizations Code and exempts from franchise tax an entity that is a new
House Bill 2891 signed by the governor June 17 and effective January 1 requires limited partnerships and professional associations to submit Public Information Reports to the comptroller with annual franchise tax returns and removes the requirement for these entities to
House Bill 32 signed by the governor June 18 and effective January 1, 2016 amends franchise tax computation and rates.
The Department of Insurance posted information on legislation affecting licensing by TDI. All individual licenses that expire on or after January 1, 2016 will be aligned to expire on the license holder’s birthday.
The Secretary of State posted an update that effective August 31 notice of filing or rejection for expedited business entity filings will be made only by email only and fax notification will no longer be provided. An email address must
Senate Bill 1313 signed by the governor June 19 and effective September 1 requires notary acknowledgement of name consents.
Senate Bill 859 signed by the governor May 15, 2015 and effective September 1, 2015 amends the Business Organization Code with respect to powers of attorney with respect to matters relating to organization, internal affairs or termination of a LLC
Senate Bill 584 signed by the governor May 28 and effective September 1 includes correction instruments among the items to be indexed in a county clerk’s alphabetical index of recorded deeds, powers of attorney, mortgages, and other instruments relating to real
Senate Bill 860 signed by the governor May 18 and effective September 1 updates and clarifies the Business Organization code with respect to corporations and fundamental business transactions in order to ensure Texas remains a leader in providing businesses with