The Registered Agent will serve as your company’s main point of contact with the
state, receiving on your behalf official State Department of Revenue documents, court
notices, and other compliance documents.
In addition to receiving these documents, it is the Registered Agent’s responsibility to
forward the documents to the company and keep you informed of annual
requirements such as the Annual Report and Franchise Tax.
If you are a resident of the state where you will register your company, in many cases
you can act as your own Registered Agent. However, keep in mind that you must
meet all of the requirements, and if you change your address, you must also
change it with the state. In addition, you will lose the opportunity to receive the
additional services that Globalfy offers.
Similarly, if you have another LLC or Corporation already registered in the state, you
cannot use it as a Registered Agent for a new one. The only way you can be your own Registered Agent is as a natural person.
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Yes, it is legally required by every US state and there are penalties for non-compliance.
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