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In Maine the purpose of the Division of Corporations, UCC and Commissions is to serve as a repository for all records relating to over 77,000 business entities and nonprofit corporations operating in the State and over 210,000 liens filed on personal property under the Uniform Commercial Code. The Division files all originating documents, amendments and cancellations relating to business and nonprofit corporations, limited partnerships, limited liability companies, limited liability partnerships and reviews proposed entity names against those on file for availability prior to filing; files over 75,000 annual reports disclosing officer information for all entities on file; assesses penalties for late filing of annual reports; and administratively dissolves or revokes entities which fail to file annual reports, pay penalties, maintain a contact person or do not maintain workers' compensation insurance.
The Division maintains over 8,600 service and trade marks on file and reviews the design and text of the proposed marks against those on file for availability prior to filing. For more information please get in touch with the division by email at email@example.com
Articles on the Small Business Financing Sources, the Small Business Loan Basics, small business loans Checklist and SBA Loans are incredible sources of knowledge for the small business owner.
Credit Report and Credit Score Analysis, how to Read a Personal Credit Report and all about Business Credit cover the intricacies of credit and are required reading for everybody.
The Foundation Grant Directory is a free listing of sources for grants by state. Why not look if there is some free money out there for your business. Hey - you never know!
The Business Loan Application covers every item you will need in your loan package and tells you how to get approved for business loans.
Fire your loan broker and use our Free Business Loans Bank / Lender Directory to find every bank in the country lending to small businesses.
If you are looking to start a business - look no further. Check out the Free Incorporation Guide discussion and the State Incorporation Resource Directory.