House Bill 80 signed by the governor February 17 and effective October 1 revises business entity statutes to (1) make assumed business name registration effective for 5 years unless cancelled earlier by filing a cancellation of registration form and (2)
House Bill 744 (Chapter 674) signed by the governor May 25 and effective October 1 amends the General Corporation Law to, among other things, establish jurisdiction rules for adjudicating internal corporate claims; prohibits a Maryland corporation with capital stock or
Senate Bill 41 (Chapter 355) signed by the governor June 4 and effective October 1 permits the Secretary of State to conduct periodic, special or any other examination of records required to be maintained pertaining to the duties of a
The Department of Taxation has mailed to taxpayers information regarding the 2017 Virginia tax amnesty program from September 13 to November 14 to pay half the normal interest charges and no penalties.
The Comptroller’s office is allowing limited temporary extensions for businesses in Texas counties designated by the Federal Major Disaster Declarations.
The Internal Revenue Service posted a news release that Hurricane Irma victims in 19 Florida counties and elsewhere (St. John and St. Thomas in U.S. Virgin Islands and certain municipalities in Puerto Rico) have until January 31, 2018 to file
Due to Hurricane Maria, all state offices in Puerto Rico will close at Noon EST today and all services will be suspended until the storm passes and state offices reopen.
House Bill 86 (Chapter No. 147) signed by the governor August 30 and effective retroactively to June 24, 2015 corrects an unintended consequence of a 2015 law by preventing double taxation of premium ceded to a series captive insurance company
Due to Hurricane Irma, both the Georgia and South Carolina Secretary of State Offices are closed as well as many state and county government offices throughout each state.
Due to Hurricane Irma, the Florida Secretary of State and all government offices will be closed on Monday, September 11. Also, many local county offices throughout the state will be closed. More details to follow once the storm passes.