Senate Bill 225 (Chapter 35) signed by the governor March 1 and effective July 1 changes the biennial report due date for corporations to the 15th day of the fourth month after the end of the corporation’s tax year.
House Bill 379 (Chapter 28) signed by the governor March 1 and effective July 1 amended nonprofit corporation provisions to require only one incorporator to sign articles of incorporation.
Senate Bill 539 signed by the governor April 21 and effective July 1, 2018 provides for electronic filing of trademark registrations and renewals and revises provisions regarding notaries and notarial acts, and effective January 1, 2018 amends existing law for
House Bill 2856 signed by the governor June 9 and effective June 1, 2018 changes business entity naming standards to be distinguishable in the record of the Secretary of State from certain names in place of the current standard of
House Bill 180 (Chapter No. 129) signed by the governor August 17 and effective April 13, 2018 extends protections including credit monitoring services to residents whose personal information was compromised in a computer breach. A news release issued by the
The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) Corporations Securities & Commercial Licensing Bureau (CSCL) announced Thursday that the filing deadline for 2018 Annual Statements for LLCs and professional LLCs was extended from February 15 to March 1 due to
According to the website of the Department of Revenue, the due date of a business privilege tax return of a C-corporation with a fiscal year end date other than June 30 is 3.5 months after the beginning of the taxable
House Bill 1420 (Act No. 71) signed by the governor December 22 and effective February 22 changes audit threshold for charitable registration filings.
Senate Bill 298 (Act No. 77) signed by the governor November 27 and effective February 28, 2018 enacted Chapter 204 of the statutes to authorize benefit corporations which must provide shareholders with an annual statement within 30 days of fiscal
Several pieces of New Jersey Legislation will become effective as of January 16, 2018. This includes, Assembly Bill2161, Assembly Bill 2162, Assembly Bill 2970, Assembly Bill 2971, Assembly Bill 2975, And Senate Bill 2239. Detailed information can be found here.