Doing Business In Iowa | Foreign Businesses
In order for an out of state business to do business in the state of Iowa, they need to qualify or register the business in the state. The following article covers the general rules of how to qualify an out of state (foreign) limited liability company to do business within the state of Iowa. Read the full article here: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/foreign-businesses-in-iowa
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In this video, we discuss important aspects of foreign businesses including: What is a foreign business?, What is transacting business in Iowa?, What activities are exempt from the rules on foreign LLC registration in Iowa?, What is a certificate of authority?, and What are the consequences of not registering in Iowa?
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