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Florida Registered Agent

Posted on November 18, 2013 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

Whether you are incorporating a Florida Corporation, forming a Florida Limited Liability Company, or registering to do business in the State of Florida, the State requires you to have a registered agent. If you fail to properly comply with the requirements for a Florida registered agent, then you may be subject to fines, or you … Read more

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Both branch offices and subsidiaries are separate locations where business is conducted from the main office of the corporation. The major difference between these is that a subsidiary is a separate legal entity, while a branch office is the same entity as the parent, or larger, corporation. Although branch offices are sometimes a good idea … Read more

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In support of the Florida Real Estate Industry, Governor Rick Scott, Florida Realtor’s President Dean Asher, and Vice President of Public Policy John Sebree traveled to Paris on a trade mission that took place June 16-21 at the 50th annual International Paris Air Show. The trio traveled to Paris to encourage French nationals to invest … Read more

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Owning a Florida small business is drastically different than it was 25 years ago when Rhonda Abrams started her first company. Here are the differences that she has noticed betweeen Florida small business then and now: -          Start-up costs are less expensive: Desktop publishing alone has decreased the need for small businesses to go to … Read more

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Florida State Symbols

Posted on June 12, 2013 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

The State of Florida has many official state symbols for everything from animals, to flowers, to even an official state day. Here are the Florida State symbols according to StateOfFlorida.com: State Animal: Florida Panther State Beverage: Orange Juice State Bird: Mockingbird State Butterfly: Zebra Longwing State Day: April 2 State Flag: Florida Flag State Flower: … Read more

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Rhonda Abram, a publisher of books for entrepreneurs, says there are six necessities that small business owners procrastinate: Meetings: Meetings can help you more efficiently communicate with your staff and help them to stay motivated. However, it is important that you have a specific agenda for the meeting; if you have nothing to say, then … Read more

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Venture capital is the high-risk investment needed to start a business, and venture capitalists, such as angel investors, are investors who are willing to take these risks in order to receive high returns. The Wall Street Journal points out a flaw in relying on “angel investors” by noting that only 2% of startup companies who … Read more

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It is necessary for businesses to conduct a legal business audit periodically in order to determine any existing legal problems. An audit should be done by an attorney so that attorney-client privilege applies and the results of the audit cannot be used against the company in legal proceedings. A legal business audit will review the … Read more

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Florida Registered Agent

Posted on November 20, 2012 by Boyer Law Firm, P.L.

All companies in Florida, whether they be corporations, LLCs, Limited Partnerships, etc., are required by law to designate and maintain a registered agent. Failing to do so can result in civil sanctions such as fines or loss of incorporation. A registered agent acts as the company’s representative for receiving Service of Process of important documents, … Read more

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E-commerce is the term for any business or commercial transaction that takes place across the internet. There are different categories of e-commerce, which include “virtual storefronts” (like amazon.com); the gathering and exchange of demographic data; data exchange, such as email, between businesses for the use of reaching perspective clients and establishing customers; and buying and … Read more

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