Duties of a Registered Agent
The primary function of a Delaware Registered Agent is receiving and forwarding franchise tax reports and LLC tax notices in a timely fashion. The State of Delaware does not require companies who incorporate here to furnish information about their owners such as home addresses or principal places of business. Therefore, registered agents are the primary system the Secretary of State uses to deliver important documents to these companies.
As native Delaware residents and a professional entity formation firm, we serve as Registered Agent for Corporations and Limited Liability Companies worldwide. We also manage the entire Incorporating and LLC formation process quickly and accurately. Our firm is dedicated to performing quality professional service and we strive to make sure your Annual Franchise Tax, or LLC Tax Report, is paid on time to avoid penalties. We take your Delaware Incorporation and LLC process seriously – we live and work here.
In the event that process is served upon your corporation or LLC at our office, we will scan and e-mail the document to you within 24 hours, and forward the original via USPS Mail. Federal Express costs extra.
If you misplace the original report we send to you from the State, we can always order a reprint if you need one.
Is a Registered Agent Required in Delaware?
State law requires every corporation to have and maintain a Registered Agent in the State of Delaware. This may be an individual resident of the state whose office is identical with the corporation’s registered office, or a domestic corporation, or a foreign corporation authorized to transact business in the State.
Annual Registered Agent Fee
Advantage Delaware’s Registered Agent fee is $100 per year – guaranteed to remain unchanged.