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#BizzHumm Spotlights +Nellie Akalp today on their #blog! Read her story & how she became a #successful #Business #blogger!
Nellie Akalp is an entrepreneur, small business advocate, and mother of four children. She is married to her husband and business partner of 18 years...
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#legal #business structure options for your growing #smallbiz - +Nellie Akalp was a guest on The Small Business Advocate with Jim Blasingame Tune in!
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As a #SmallBiz - Who Owns your Intellectual Property? +Nellie Akalp  shares onsight with Jim Blasingame on The Small Business Advocate!
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Registering Your #Business Name - Three Ways to Get it Done. +Nellie Akalp shares tips on the CorpNet #blog!
Nellie Akalp of CorpNet.com explains the ins and outs of how to register your business name.
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What's the best State to #Incorporate Your #Business In? Find out in +Nellie Akalp latest on the +FreshBooks#blog!
When deciding what business structure your small business will undertake, it’s important to also question where. In the US, you can form a corporation or LLC in any of the 50 states. And, the best part is you don’t need to live there, run your business there or even plan on visiting. Registering in a …
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What Is a #RegisteredAgent and Do you Need one at your #Smallbiz? +Nellie Akalp's latest for +SecretEntourage shares insight!
“Registered agent”…yes, yet another piece of entrepreneurial vocabulary that you’ve probably heard tossed around or will hear as you start or incorporate your business. Chances are, however, you may not have gotten a good explanation of what it is or whether or not your small business might need one. I want to cut through that hazy lack of clarity right here and now, so you’re in the know. What is a registered agent? Sometimes referred to as a “...
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Email Ethics #SmallBiz Owners Can Learn from the Latest #Political Scandals - new on the +CorpNet.com#Blog!
Nellie Akalp, CEO of CorpNet.com, shares insight to the latest email political scandals and what small business owners can learn from them.
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Legal Steps When Closing a #Business - Find out more from +Nellie Akalp on The Small Business Advocate with Jim Blasingame!
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Foreign Qualification Basics If You're Running a #Business in Multiple States - +Nellie Akalp's latest on the +GoDaddy#Blog!
If your company does business in multiple states, you'll need to know about foreign qualification. Find out if it applies to you.
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+CorpNet.com on the 2016 #INC5000 List & Recent +Trustpilot customer #reviews up on the #Blog. Check it out!
CorpNet is recognized on the Inc. 5000 list in 2016 and shares recent client reviews.
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How a #SmallBiz can Avoid Getting a #Tax #Audit - Great tips by Tom Taulli on the +CorpNet.com#blog!
Tips on how a small business can avoid a tax audit from contributor Tom Taulli.
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For many years, and through several different companies, CorpNet has been there for me. I have used their LLC formation and dissolution services...and then their formation service again, and then once again (but this time's a keeper ;-) I continue to take advantage of their services for annual report filing as well as registered agent monitoring and notification. I honestly don't know what I'd do if left to my own devices with these matters. What really makes CorpNet stand out, in my opinion, is the level of service, the consistency of the experience and the price. You speak to live humans whenever you want (during business hours, of course). And beyond that, these are live humans that actually get to know you. State fees aside, the fees for CorpNet services are so nominal. Especially when you consider that you just can't put a price on doing the best you can for your small business. Please tell Miss Akalp my hat is tipped to her. You and your company provide endless examples of how to rock a small business on every level. Thanks for the inspiration.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
Dear Jacob: Thank you for your genuine feedback. We love small business and we are here to serve you! It's because of your feedback that we continue to improve and further simplify the small business filing and compliance processes and continue to strive in setting the industry standard in providing excellence in customer service. My regards to you and thank you again for being such a loyal and valuable CorpNet customer!--Nellie Akalp