The majority of NASS members have responsibility over business services in their state, with many overseeing business entity filings, managing Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filings, and issuing and maintaining notary commissions.
Secretaries of State and their staffs are actively engaged with their state’s business communities to educate them on state laws, wide-spread business scams, business identity theft and other important matters.
View our infosheets with the Cybercrime Support Network to learn more about business email compromise and what to do if someone is impersonating your business.
Additionally, several members register charities in their states. View our Online Giving Donor and Consumer Guide, co-branded with the National Association of Attorneys General and the National Association of State Charity Officials, for key information on what to consider when donating online.
Below you can find more information on particular business topics relevant to Secretaries of State.
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