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In today's fast-paced, complex business environment, things inevitably change. Estate planning strategies; new members, partners, or stockholders; changes in officers and directors; the coming and going of site managers; even changes in business structure, can all be expected in the life of any business.

In the highly regulated alcoholic beverage industry, state and federal agencies want to know when operators make changes. Major ownership changes can actually trigger the need for new licenses and permits -- whether the change occurs in a single large transaction or is the cumulative effect of many smaller changes over time. CSA helps clients track and report changes to the various regulatory agencies, when needed.

Compliance Service of America regularly summarizes our clients' reporting requirements when changes are being contemplated, and we provide their management and counsel with useful data before final decisions are made.

CSA routinely prepares the forms necessary to report these company updates. In some cases, regulators may require complete license applications. CSA helps to navigate the necessary reporting and take the necessary steps to avoid conflicts with renewals or other licensing events.

CSA's staff is always at the ready to make update reporting go as smoothly as possible. Large chains have found that using CSA to report their company updates is more efficient than outsourcing to local experts, because updated information only needs to be provided once. Our staff can take care of the rest, and make sure that renewals and new openings are not affected.
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