Are you in Good Standing with the State of Texas?

Reminder:  Texas entities must file their Annual Statements and related $35 fee with the Secretary of State by June 30th to avoid being given a status of “not in good standing” with the Texas Comptroller.  This “not in good standing” status can effect loan compliance on existing loans, ability to take new loans, and a host of other problems.  You should have already received your 1 page form from the state but if not, or if you have any questions contact us!