The California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) has posted a list of domestic stock corporations currently facing administrative termination. The list can be found on the California Secretary of State’s website effective today (January 17, 2020). If these entities do not return to active status or file an objection with FTB, they will be administratively terminated (e.g. cancellation, dissolution, surrender) after 60 calendar days. The list and FTB’s information, as well as some FAQs can be found online here.
"What it means to be an owner for me is truly caring about the health of the company & people of Parasec. Working in a manner that continues to promote good business & good relationships...." - Vanessa C. #EOMonth #employeeowners #ESOP #parasec #registeredagents #entityformations pic.twitter.com/n1UODIqpbY
"I love that as an employee-owned business, we are all in this together...to build long-term wealth and good health for the company and for ourselves! It is pretty amazing and I’m truly proud of our Parasec family & to be a part of it!" - Kristen V. #EOMonth #employeeowners #ESOP
October is employee ownership month & we wanted to thank our team for all their hard work. This year has brought about its own unique set of demands, and our employee owners have adapted and flourished in the face of these new challenges. #ESOP #employeeownership #parasec pic.twitter.com/0mXBD8GAwG
This month we're celebrating anniversaries ranging from 2 years to 33 years! Regardless of the number of years w/ our team, everyone plays an invaluable role in our overall success. Please join us in celebrating these truly remarkable individuals! #teamparasec #teamwork #esop pic.twitter.com/sed7ZmMtCW
Sonoma County Courthouses are closed to the public September 29, 2020 and September 30, 2020, and are only open for essential proceedings involving in-custody arraignments to be conducted in Department 9 of the Superior Court.