In Gum Way, Shape, or Form, Stick With Your Registered Agent
Posted by Gennine
February 27, 2019
February is the month of love. Each year, retail stores advertise millions of heart-shaped products. Red and pink candies entice folks to spend money to show their love and appreciation for their significant other on this ‘special’ day. Sometimes the pressure is so great to create an amazing romantic evening, it can cripple the foundation of the relationship. However, those who choose to soldier on and stick with one another can make it through the rough patches and come out stronger on the other side. But unlike many types of candies, one particular sweet encompasses some of Incorporating Services, Ltd. values: chewing gum. Like gum, Incorporating Services’ matured expertise helps restore companies to good standing (protection), offer many types of services (different flavors), and flexibility when companies find themselves in hard times.
The earliest forms of chewing gum date back to the Mayan and Aztec civilizations where gum was used to suppress thirst or fight hunger. In northern Europe inhabitants used birch bark for medicinal purposes, especially for toothaches (Nix, 2015). Like gum, Incorporating Services quells anxieties for those who may not know where to turn regarding registered agent services. Incorporating Services has been around for more than 45 years educating its employees on ever changing laws and statutes to ensure clients receive the most up-to-date information for their company.
Cures all Ails
Because of its natural properties, Southern Mexico and Central American natives used gum to heal wounds (Fiegl, 2009). Much like these prehistoric Band-Aids, Incorporating Services, Ltd. is equipped with the remedies of many ailments such as late payment of taxes, failing to file annual reports, and forgetting to re-register your boat. Our corporate division has representatives available from 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. EST to ensure you receive the best, quality service in the quickest amount of time. Especially now as we approach the Delaware Corporations Annual Franchise Taxes deadline, guaranteeing your filing is submitted in a timely manner and your taxes are paid in full is crucial to keeping your entity in compliance and avoiding having to pay additional monies for penalties and interest. Protecting your company from falling into a bad standing is our main priority.
Spice of Life
In 1869, Thomas Adams decided to add some flavor, specifically licorice, to chicle (earliest form of chewing gum) and doing so, would lead him to be the first to mass market chewing gum as we know it today (Bellis, 2019). Similar to flavored chewing gum, Incorporating Services, Ltd. has many services to offer its clients to satisfy different tastes. For example, we offer Independent Manager services for those who might be in need. Although not all entities require an Independent Manager, those who do need to be assured that the quality of service they are receiving is exemplary. Additionally, we offer services for boat owners. Renewing your boat registration with the Coast Guard and or Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) has never been easier with Incorporating Services, Ltd. guiding you through the process.
Gum’s malleable form allows for adaptability into small spaces, an equal distribution of flavor(s), and flexibility under pressure. Incorporating Service, Ltd. has your company’s best interest at heart. We understand that companies sometimes fall on hard times, but we are willing to work with companies to help them maintain their good standing status. When the pressure of Annual Report filings and Tax time is at its apex, Incorporating Services’ corporate division is there to walk you through the process and even file the documents for you.
Bellis, M. (2019, February 15). Thomas Adams and the History of Chewing Gum. In ThoughtCo.. Retrieved from https://www.thoughtco.com/thomas-adams-and-history-of-chewing-gum-4075422
Fiegl, A. (2009, June 16). A Brief History of Chewing Gum. In Smithsonian.com. Retrieved from https://www.smithsonianmag.com/arts-culture/a-brief-history-of-chewing-gum-61020195
Nix, E. (2015, February 13). Chew on This: The History of Gum. In History. Retrieved from https://www.history.com/news/chew-on-this-the-history-of-gum/
Amanda Archambault, Registered Agent Associate