Registered Agent

What is a Registered Agent?

A registered agent is an individual or entity designated by a corporation, nonprofit, or LLC to receive service of process, tax notices or information, and other necessary correspondence.

The Importance of a Registered Agent

Required by law

Corporate laws require a registered agent in nearly every state. In New York, the Secretary of State acts as an agent, but a contact address still must be supplied for the service of process.

National Coverage

Corp1 provides registered agent services in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Availability

Your registered agent is available at the designated address to receive the process during business hours when you may not be.

Confidentiality

No business wants the sheriff or process server showing up at their place of business and serving legal documents to their staff in front of their customers.

Timely and Accurate

Corp1 communicates and forwards all process and notices, ensuring reliable and timely communication.

Need help or thinking of changing your registered agent?

Contact us to learn more about our Commercial Registered Agent services.

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Corp1 Annual Report and Corporate Transparency Act Services powered by SingleFile

Most states require an annual report. Requirements and due dates vary by state, but that is where we come in. Our annual report service identifies and tracks annual report deadlines for all U.S. states and the District of Columbia. As the deadline approaches, the system sends up to four reminders with links to our simplified online filing workflow.

Beginning January 1, 2024, all new entities must file a Beneficial Ownership Information Report (BOIR) with the US Dept. of Treasury, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN). This BOIR must identify the beneficial owners and anyone with “substantial control” of the reporting company. They also must identify two “company applicants” involved in forming the entity within 30 days after receiving notice of its creation or registration. Existing companies have one year to file until January 1, 2025. Click here to determine if your company may need to file a BOIR.

  • ZNo need for you to determine and track due dates
  • ZNo need for you to research report requirements
  • ZNo need for you to figure out how and where to file

How the Annual Report Filing Service works

The annual report filing service can be bundled with your registered agent service or purchased individually. SingleFile’s Annual Report Service ensures that your annual reports are filed automatically, accurately, and on time.
  • Corp1 will confirm the status of your entity in the state
  • Pre-process the annual report with information on file or proactively reach out for additional information
  • Determine fees owed and invoice
  • Once information is received and fees are paid, your Annual Report is submitted to the state
  • We then upload the state’s confirmation to your account and notify you that it's completed

Corp1 Annual Report Services powered by SingleFile will make your life easier when managing your corporate entities

Our annual report monitoring service will afford you peace of mind when managing multiple entities in a single state or across the U.S. Speak with a team member for a SingleFile demonstration and let us handle your compliance requirements.