The Department of Insurance posted a notice to all insurance companies, motor clubs and county farm mutual companies that 2019-2020 appointment renewal payments are due to NIPR by March 31. More information is available Here Frequently Asked Questions are available
Assembly Bill 2688 (Chapter 373) signed by the governor December 21 and effective March 21 amends requirements for solicitation by charitable organizations to include the website and contact details for the office of the attorney general.
Senate Bill 2518 (Chapter 2019-7) signed by the governor and effective January 31 excludes certain out-of-state businesses and employees from certain taxes, fees, and business registration requirements when temporarily performing in-state work or services during a declared disaster or emergency.
Assembly Bill 776 (Chapter No. 4) signed by the governor January 24 and effective January 31 amends election law to apply to limited liability companies the provisions that already apply to corporations under New York law and to require disclosure
The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) posted an alert for Michigan corporations of a deceptive notice sent by “Michigan Council for Corporations” to collect a fee of $150.00 to prepare corporate consent records in lieu of annual meeting
Senate Bill 263 (Session Law 2018-121) signed by the governor December 19 and effective March 20 other among things enacted the Notary Public Modernization Act including provisions for online notarization at Sec. 147.60 to 147.66 of the Revised Code. The
The Secretary of State posted a reminder for business filings effective January 1: Annual Report forms are due as of January 1 and not later than April 1 Entities will receive a courtesy reminder via email and regular mail to
Assembly Bill 10336 (Chapter 411) signed by the governor and effective December 21 amends the not-for-profit corporation to require at least three members or a sole member that is an entity shall be owned or controlled by no fewer than
House Bill 4701 (Public Act No. 380) signed by the governor and effective December 19 amends the Limited Liability Compact Act to waive filing fees for initial articles of organization if a majority of the initial membership interests are held
The Taxation & Revenue Department notified employers with more than 25 employees effective January 5, 2019 to electronically submit annual withholding statements. More information is available here.