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What is a 10-K?

What is a 10-K?

Form 10-K is an annual report filed by reporting companies with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”). This report includes critical details about a company's financial performance over the course of the fiscal year. A 10-K provides investors with the insight...

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How Do I Go Public?

How Do I Go Public?

Going public is a major milestone for a company. Going public is not for everyone, and one size does not fit all. Should you decide to go public, doing so comes with numerous benefits. The biggest advantage is being able to use the equity of your company as a form of...

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Do I Need to File an 8-K?

Do I Need to File an 8-K?

If you are wondering, “do I need to file an 8-K?” the answer is most likely “yes.” When in doubt, file an 8-K. An 8-K is used for current reports under Section 13 or 15(d) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, and is filed in accordance with 17 CFR § 240.13a-11 or...

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What is a Foreign Business Registration?

What is a Foreign Business Registration?

If you formed an entity in one state, and wish to conduct transactions in New York, you will need to register your company in New York as a Foreign Business. Critically, if you do not have a certificate of authority for your foreign business, you will not be able to...

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What are SEC Filings?

What are SEC Filings?

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requires public companies and broker-dealers to periodically file financial statements and various other disclosures. These regulatory documents are meant to provide information to investors, analysts, and regulators. These...

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What is Tax Planning?

What is Tax Planning?

“Taxes are what we pay for civilized society,” former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. is credited with saying. That’s only half the quote. You must only pay the amount required by law, no more. Tax planning is critical so you must only pay the...

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