Registered Agent Service
Blumberg offers registered agent services anywhere in the United States. We also offer SEC and PCAOB international registered agency services for foreign accounting firms.
A registered agent is a business or individual designated to receive service of process and other legal notices when an entity is a party in a legal action or government or state agency activity. Most states require that a corporation or limited liability company have a registered agent if they do not have a physical office within the state.
Real time access via Julius, your corporate services portal.
An advanced standard of Registered Agent Service through your Account Dashboard.
— 24/7 internet access to view all your entities' records
— Instantly retrieve service of process documents and details of service
— Streamline management of registered agent entities
— A compliance system that tracks annual report due dates
— Seamless integration with your Annual, Biennial and Franchise Tax Report services with Blumberg
Blumberg's Service Fee - No Hidden Fees - Only $139.
$125 for the first year with filing of the corporate or LLC entity. You only pay once per year for ongoing access to our corporate record service portal (Julius). Quantity prices available for multiple registered agent assignments and multiple year contracts.
To use Blumberg Excelsior, Inc. as your registered agent select the appropriate State and fill out a short order form.
Registered Agent Services for Members of PCAOB
Blumberg will act as the registered agent for members of the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB) upon whom may be served any request by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission or the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board under 15 U.S.C. §7216 (d)(2) and any service of process, pleadings, or other documents in any action brought to enforce 15 U.S.C. §7216 (d)(2).
Why Use Blumberg?
Failure to engage a Registered Agent is problematic.
— If you are not available, persons receiving service on the entities behalf may fail to timely direct it to you.
— Avoid the embarrassment of receiving service in public before family, friends, customers and employees.
— Failure to respond to service could result in default judgments taken against your entity, loss of corporate or LLC status and