Augusta, GA (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
Moses Law Group reminds officers and registered agents of corporate entities registered in Georgia that the annual registration renewal period has begun. The deadline for the annual registration renewal period is 11:59 p.m. on Friday, May 31. This deadline has been extended from the usual deadline of April 1.
“It seems every year this annual filing requirement trips up hundreds of small businesses,” says Tim Moses, the founder of Moses Law Group. “We want to help make sure everyone is aware of this filing requirement so that their business does not become delinquent, or worse, administratively dissolved. Instead, we want Georgia businesses focused on their core products or services and making a profit. To that end, we remain poised to assist clients in navigating the sea of legal and regulatory obstacles along the way.”
Georgia law requires all corporations, limited liability companies and limited partnerships to file annual registrations with the secretary of state and pay the renewal fee. Business entities that fail to renew by the deadline will be charged a late filing penalty fee and risk being administratively dissolved. Customers who are unsure of an entity’s status should visit the Georgia Corporations Division website and search for their company by name or control number.
For more information regarding annual registration renewals in Georgia, please see: http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/corporations/corporations_training_guides_for_online_filing_and_annual_registrations.
Moses Law Group is a veteran-owned law firm that primarily assists clients with business, intellectual property and technology matters. The founder, Tim Moses, has more than 19 years experience assisting individuals and business of all types and sizes. For more information about Moses Law Group, see: http://www.moseslawgroup.com.
About the company:
Moses Law Group is a veteran-owned law firm concentrating on intellectual property, business, estate planning, employment, and technology matters. Founded by attorney Timothy E. “Tim” Moses, who has more than 19 years experience with such legal matters, Moses Law Group primarily serves clients in Augusta, Georgia, Aiken, South Carolina and surrounding areas. Moses, however, has handled matters throughout the United States and in more than 30 foreign countries. The mission of Moses Law Group is to help clients navigate the many legal issues that arise in the course of their business so that they may stay out of court and focused on growing their business. Visit the Moses Law Group website at http://www.moseslawgroup1.com/ for more information.