Friday, September 09, 2011
Updated LLC Change of Agent Form
To change a Registered Agent, it is required to file a document with the Division of Corporations. Effective August 1, 2011, the document to change agents for an LLC has subtly changed and you may only change the Registered Agent when using the new document.
The new document is now available in our forms library. Find this form, and many others, on our website at no charge! Of course, Delaware Intercorp, Inc. will be glad to prepare the documents for you as part of our service when hired to assist with a corporate filing. If you have us file your change of agent, we'll even pay your entire State filing fee!
Tuesday, September 06, 2011
U.S. POSTAL SERVICE WARNS IT COULD DEFAULT
The Postal Service reported an increase in revenues in certain areas:
-Standard mail revenue increased by 1.7%
-Package services increased by 3.2%
- Shipping services such as Express and Priority Mail increased by 7.3%
Inspite of the increased revenue, it still reported a $3.1 billion loss for the 3rd quarter and it will likely default on its payment to the federal government.
According to current revenue estimated, the Postal Service will be unable to make $5.5 billion paynment to its retirement fund taht is due this month. Unless Congress takes action, such as waiving the payment, it will have no choice but to default on its payment.
In an attempt to cut back on spending, the USPS plans to study almost 3,700 under-utilized post offices for possible closure and introduced the new village post office concept. Under the village post office model, postal services would be handled by local businesses, such as pharmacies and grocery stores.
For more info, you can visit http://about.usps.com/news/national-release/2011/pr_094.htm
Monday, September 05, 2011
Introduction to Help Your Business get into Social Media
If your business is not using social media, you could be missing out on the opportunity to interact with 400 million potential clients. There are many social media sites and more are coming into existence all of the time. Over these next series of posts we will be talking about our recent experiences with social media and hopefully introduce social media if it is something new to you.
The well established cornerstones of social media are Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. These websites bring businesses together with other businesses, potential clients, and current clients. What are these sites? Here are some short answers:
· Twitter is a site where all communication is done through a short amount of text called a tweet. The concept of this site is very basic and user friendly.
· Facebook was created by Mark Zuckerberg for college students. Facebook business pages allow a business to network with loyal clients.
· LinkedIn is a professional connection site. The site creates “links” based on employment, interest, and career.
· Youtube is a social media site that connects through videos. This media allows more of a face to face communication.
We hope that these series of posts should provide insight on how to create your own social media presence for your business.