Division of Financial Regulation : Home Page : State of Oregon
Division of Financial Regulation : Home Page : State of Oregon
You may need to survive on your own after a disaster. This means having your own food, water and other supplies in sufficient quantity to last for as long as two weeks. Local officials and relief workers will be on the scene after a disaster, but they cannot reach everyone immediately. You could get help in hours or it might take days. We’re encouraging you to be two weeks ready for anything.
Basic services such as electricity, gas, water, sewage treatment, internet or even your cell phones may be cut off for many days. You may even have to evacuate at a moment’s notice and take essentials with you. You probably will not have the opportunity to shop or search for the supplies you need.
Prepare Your Family
When a disaster happens, will you know how to reconnect with your family? Planning ahead can reduce your anxiety following a disaster.
When starting a new business, there are many important decisions to make and many rules and procedures that must be addressed. While there is no single source for all filing requirements, the following steps have been developed to assist you in starting your business.
It is helpful to begin with a business plan. A business plan is a blueprint of every aspect of your business. Sales, Marketing, Advertising, Promotion and Location are just some of the categories to consider when creating a plan. Go to the U.S. Small Business Administration website to find a tutorial on how to create a business plan.
If you would like help deciding on a location for your business, contact the California Business Investment Services unit of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GO-Biz). The California Business Investment Services unit provides tailored site selection services for businesses, real–estate executives, and site
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Office of Unclaimed Property
Reunites owners with lost or abandoned property such as bank accounts, securities and uncashed checks. Works with businesses to ensure compliance with the State’s holder reporting laws.
Division of Accounting
Promotes financial efficiency, transparency and accountability by preparing State financial reports, reviewing internal controls, managing statewide accounting systems, and providing a secure e-Supplier Portal for State vendors.
State Lottery Office
The Delaware State Lottery operates and ensures the integrity of legal gaming activities in Delaware including traditional lottery games sold by retailers, sports wagering, and casino and internet-based video lottery and table games.
View our latest financial reports
and forecasts (DEFAC)
Download revenue and expenditure forecasts by the Delaware Economic and Financial
Advisory Council, and other financial reports.
California’s Unclaimed Property Law requires banks, insurance companies, corporations, and certain other entities to report and submit their customers’ property to the State Controller’s Office when there has been no activity for a period of time (generally three years). Common types of unclaimed property are bank accounts, stocks, bonds, uncashed checks, insurance benefits, wages, and safe deposit box contents. Property does not include Real Estate. Controller Betty Yee safeguards this lost or forgotten property as long as it takes to reunite it with the rightful owners; there is no deadline for claiming it once it is transferred over to the State Controller’s Office. It is easy to find out if the Controller is protecting property in your name.
Claiming Your Property
Did you receive an unclaimed property notice like this? The Controller’s team sends out notices annually in an effort to connect rightful owners with their property before it is
For a listing of some of the filings required of general business corporations, click here.
Before filing any required document with the Corporations Division, check to see that:
- All necessary parties have signed the document;
- The correct filing fee accompanies the document;
- The correct entity name and spelling is given.
Click here to view a list of Corporations Division’s downloadable forms for use in filing.
Any person may presubmit any document to be filed to the Secretary of State for a “preclearance examination.” The charge for such preclearance examination is $55.
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A limited liability company may be registered electronically by filing articles of organization online. Click here for more information regarding online LLC registration.
The Secretary of State’s Office is working to provide more online services. Check back to see what filings are offered online in
The Business Inquiries allow users to search and retrieve data and images maintained in the Business Database.
The Business Database is a collection of files that records business filings submitted to, and approved by the Ohio Secretary of State.
The database maintains records For Profit Corporations, Non-Profit Corporations, Professional Associations, Foreign Corporations, Foreign Name Registrations, Business Trusts, Real Estate Trusts, Fictitious Names, Trade Names, Limited Liability Companies,Limited Liability Partnerships, Limited Partnerships, Trademarks, Service Marks, and Name Reservations.
These filings are recorded and maintained in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code.
All business filings were manually maintained prior to 1973. The office then began entering new filings into a computerized system. Data for businesses that were formed prior to 1973 was entered into
You are here: Census.gov › Business & Industry › Federal, State, & Local Governments › Government Finance Statistics
Government finances include revenues, expenditures (spending), debt, and assets (cash and security holdings). Although states and local governments differ among one another in how they record their activities in their legislation and accounting systems, the Census Bureau classifies their data into standard categories so that they may be compared more easily.
These statistics are collected quarterly or annually. Every fifth year (years ending in ‘2’ and ‘7’) the Census of Governments is conducted. The same questions are asked as in the annual
Expedited Service is available for some types of filings. Page 2 of the form will list it if it is available.
Filing an Annual Report by paper form can only be completed in our office.
Reinstatement Form by paper form can only be completed in our office. (Only Idaho entities may reinstate.)
* If you intend to apply for IRS federal tax exemption as a charitable organization, your articles of incorporation must contain a required purpose clause and a dissolution of assets provision. Valuable information on 501(c)(3) qualification is on the IRS website, www.irs.gov. It includes sample articles of the incorporation. Click on the following link to go directly to: The Life Cycle of a Public Charity
§ Articles of Dissolution and Articles of Dissolution prior to issuing shares or commencing business are the same as those for Domestic Profit Corporations.
† Foreign corporations/Foreign limited partnerships applying for a Foreign