House Bill 170 (Chapter 251) signed by the governor March 9 and effective January 1, 2020 postponed from May 1, 2019 the effective date of 2017 legislation requiring a business to file a certificate of assumed or fictitious name in
The Office of Superintendent of Insurance (OSI) notified company contacts that the Property and Casualty Rate, Rule and Form Filing Fee (P&C Filing Fee) must be paid electronically by ACH credit or wire prior to Jully 1 and payments by
The state plans to upgrade to a new system (website and internal) next week. Their system (including e-filing) will be taken offline Monday, April 22 at 5pm and brought back online either after hours on Wednesday, April 24 or early
Senate Bill 82 signed by the governor April 10 and effective upon publication in the Kansas Register updates the state banking code to among other things authorize conversion of a national bank or federal savings bank to a state chartered
Monday, April 15, is the deadline for corporations to file 2018 annual reports and LLCs to pay the annual fee. An extension to June 14 to file the annual report can be requested by Monday April 15 with payment of
Senate Bill 75 signed by the governor March 20 and effective April 9 requires an insurer or an insurance group to submit a corporate governance annual disclosure. The bill text can be accessed here.
The Secretary of State reminded business owners of the May 1 deadline to file annual franchise tax reports. Revoked entities continue to accrue franchise taxes until the business is formally dissolved or withdrawn from Arkansas. Nonprofit corporations are not subject
The Kuwait Embassy in Washington DC will no longer authenticate documents. All documents requiring authentication by the Kuwait Embassy in DC must be sent to the Kuwait Consulate in New York City. Processing time is approximately 2 weeks. Additional information.
The State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT) emailed a reminder that 2019 Annual Reports and/or Personal Property Tax Returns must be filed for all business entities by Monday April 15. A 2-month extension can be requested through SDAT’s online
Senate Bill 104 (Chapter 200) signed by the governor and effective March 15 created a Chancery Court for the expeditious resolution of disputes involving commercial, business, trust and similar issues.