Regulatory obligations continue well after initial certification. A typical nationwide provider must file hundreds of reports with regulatory agencies each year. Mandatory reporting requirements and applicable fees change frequently. Such challenges make it difficult for companies to remain in compliance. Missing reports and deadlines can erode your revenue through late fees, interest, and in severe cases, loss of certification within a state.
TMI, a leading provider of out-source compliance reporting service in the U.S., is unequaled in preparing, filing, and tracking these reports on behalf of our clients at a cost that is far less than a single internal staff person.
Our clients provide information monthly that is used to populate reports automatically. The reports are then reviewed and posted to a secure website for client review and approval, or the inclusion of any additional information that is not routinely gathered. TMI files all reports and tracks their receipt by the various agencies, answering questions as needed.
TMI's Compliance Reporting Service offers advantages over other outsource vendors and in-house alternatives.
In addition, TMI Compliance Reporting Service clients have access to valuable planning and budgeting tools for predicting future expenditures and managing the compliance reporting process.
Curious about this basket? It is an Imbenge Basket, a creation of the Zenzulu Hardwire Weaving Group of South Africa. The artist: Nokuthula Zulu. Read More
Imbenge, (beer pot covers) were traditionally woven from grass or palm. With modernization came multicolored telephone wire. Zulu nightwatchmen began weaving the telephone wire around their traditional sticks to relieve boredom during their long shifts. Soon the material was adopted by basket weavers.
The original weavers have trained many men and women in these techniques. Today, the weavers draw sustainable incomes from this eco-friendly, fairly-traded handwork.