If you own a Massachusetts corporation, you have to file your annual report with the Secretary of State. Your corporation’s annual report can be filed online at the Secretary of State’s website. But, many business owners aren’t sure how to do it so they end up spending money paying an accountant or a lawyer to do it for them. This video will walk you through the process to file your annual report online and will SAVE YOUR BUSINESS MONEY by avoiding needless legal or accounting fees.
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