Welcome to the Compliance Services website

Everyone knows (or should know) that keeping accurate, up-to-date corporate records is important to maintaining the integrity of every corporation.

You incorporated for a reason, there are great benefits, there are also some responsibilities and one of those responsibilities is keeping accurate, up-to-date corporate records.


If you have received a form from us in the mail then your State (and virtually all of them do) requires your corporation to hold an annual meeting of shareholders and keep a record (minutes) of the meeting. Just fill in the form (making sure you fill in all the fields marked “Required”), return it to us with a check for our fee and we will return documents to satisfy the requirements of your State’s statutes for the holding of the annual meeting of shareholders and the preparing of minutes of that meeting. The documents we prepare for your corporation will allow you to avoid the necessity of holding an actual meeting of the necessary parties.

You can engage an attorney (and we all know how expensive that can be), you can prepare them yourself, or you can use our services (SIMPLE AND INEXPENSIVE).

We are an independent service company, not connected with any government agency. The documents we prepare are not filed with any government agency, but are to be kept among your corporate records.

Most States require its corporations to file and pay for an "Annual Report" with the Secretary of State's office. The documents we prepare do not fulfill your State’s requirement for the Annual Report. In most States you can pay for and file your corporation’s Annual Report electronically. Visit the Secretary of State's website for your State to learn what steps are necessary to pay for and file your corporation’s Annual Report.

Any questions, it’s the electronic age, just send us off an email to: corpcompliance@corpsrvc.com and we will reply promptly.

Compliance Services is not a law firm, and the employees of Compliance Services are not acting as your attorney. Compliance Services’ document service is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney.