Are you worried about staying on top of compliance issues related to your corporation? Tracking deadlines, dates and to-do’s can be a pain, but if you miss out, you could face fines or worse. To make tracking corporate compliance issues easier, CorpNet has just introduced its B.I.Z. (Business Information Zone) tool.
The tool is free for any business owner–not just CorpNet customers–and helps entrepreneurs and other professionals stay on top of the many tedious state filings and fees due throughout the year for a small business. B.I.Z will remind you when it’s time to file for items ranging from a Federal Tax ID number to electing as an S Corporation to filing a DBA or fictitious business name and even the annual statement of information.
Services offered include:
- Email alerts letting you know whenever important compliance filings are due with your state
- Personalized tax alerts reminding you of important tax deadlines throughout the year
- Secure online storage to keep all your essential company documents organized, safe, and always accessible
- Personalized business profile that tracks all the important data about your company like formation date, Federal Tax ID number, business licenses and permits, and more
- An interactive ordering center that makes it easy to find what you need when you need it. Whether you need to get a business license or file a DBA, you can do it right through B.I.Z. at the click of a button instead of having to navigate different websites like the state, county, IRS, or franchise tax board.
“Small business owners are focused on their customers, market, products, and competition. They’re already putting in long hard hours running their business, so it’s not easy to stay on top of when and what paperwork needs to be filed for their business,” said Nellie Akalp, CorpNet’s CEO, in announcing B.I.Z. “We don’t want any small business owner to have to pay more than they need to; we designed B.I.Z. to automate and simplify the business compliance filings process so small business owners can do what they do best–focus on growing their businesses.”