When you register (or qualify) an entity in a second state, or you are borrowing money from a bank, those giving permission want to know that you are in good standing.
This means that they want to know that you have paid all the fees to the state and are operating with a charter that is current. To prove that you are current, the state will (for a fee) issue a certificate of good standing. This document is used to certify the acceptable status of your charter to others.
Corporate Direct can assist in obtaining this important certificate. For more information or to get started, call us today at 800-600-1760 or sign up for a free 15-minute consultation.