Corporations and LLCs are all subject to internal and external annual compliance requirements. For small and medium-sized businesses, responsibility for corporate entity compliance often falls to the finance and accounting department. Unfortunately, these important activities can easily slip between the cracks without proper awareness. In fact, maintaining compliance can make the difference between protecting your organization from or exposing your organization to legal risks, fees and penalties and/or dissolution. Whether you are a professional services provider in a position to advise your clients on this important topic or a finance leader within your organization, recognizing how to proactively oversee corporate entity compliance can be a differentiating tool in your knowledge belt.
- Understand internal and external annual compliance requirements for corporations and LLCs
- Recognize the importance of meeting these annual compliance requirements
- Identify options to maintain compliance
- None required.
Who Should Attend
CPAs who advise clients on corporate entity compliance and those who are responsible for compliance within their own organizations.
- CEO and Co-Founder
Nellie Akalp is an entrepreneur, business expert, professional speaker, published author, and mother to four amazing kids. Nellie has dedicated her entrepreneurial career to helping other entrepreneurs and business professionals succeed at business ownership.
As CEO and Co-Founder of CorpNet.com, she has helped more than half a million small businesses and licensed professionals get their businesses and clients off the ground. She has developed a strong following within the small business community and has been honored as a Small Business Influencer Champion and was named women entrepreneur of the year by the National Association of Women Business Owners.
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Date & Time
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
3:00 PM EDT
(see additional timezones)
|Subject area:||Business Management & Organization|
|Delivery method:||Group Internet Based|
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