regulation of professional employer organizations and the solicitation of funds for a charitable purpose
General duties and powers.
Registration renewal; denial of registration or registration renewal.
Registration denial, nonrenewal, or revocation based on tax delinquency.
Delinquency in support payments; failure to comply with subpoena or warrant.
Voluntary surrender of registration.
Nondisclosure of certain personal information.
Change of name or address.
Disciplinary proceedings; enforcement of laws requiring registration.
Debit or credit card payments; collection of registration for nonpayment by financial institution.
SOLICITATION OF FUNDS FOR CHARITABLE PURPOSES
Regulation of charitable organizations.
Regulation of fund-raising counsel.
Regulation of professional fund-raisers.
Charitable sales promotions.
Solicitation disclosure requirements.
Administration and investigations.
Penalties and enforcement.
PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYER ORGANIZATIONS
Rights, duties, and obligations unaffected.
In this subchapter:
"Applicant" means any of the following:
A person applying to the department for an initial registration.
A person applying to the department for renewal of a registration.
"Controlling person" has the meaning given in 202.21 (3).
"Department" means the department of financial institutions.
History: 2013 a. 20
General duties and powers. 202.02(1)
The department may issue subpoenas for the attendance of witnesses and the production of documents or other materials prior to the commencement of a disciplinary or other proceeding under this chapter.
The department shall establish the content and form of each type of registration. Upon the request of a registrant and payment of a $10 fee, the department may issue to a registrant a wall certificate.
The department may require a registrant to do any of the following:
Display the registrant's certificate of registration in a conspicuous place in the registrant's office or place of business.
Post a notice in a conspicuous place in the registrant's office or place of business describing the procedures for filing a complaint against the registrant.
The department shall require each applicant to provide his or her social security number with the applicant's application for a registration or registration renewal, or, if the applicant is not an individual, the department shall require the applicant to provide its federal employer identification number.
If an applicant is an individual who does not have a social security number, the applicant shall submit a statement to the department made or subscribed under oath that the applicant does not have a social security number. The department of children and families shall prescribe the form of the statement. A registration issued in reliance upon a false statement submitted under this paragraph is invalid.
The department may not disclose a social security number obtained under par. (a)
to any person except the department of children and families to administer s. 49.22
and the department of revenue to request certifications under s. 73.0301
and administer state taxes.
The department shall cooperate with the departments of justice, health services, and children and families to develop and maintain a computer linkup to provide access to information regarding the current status of a registration, including whether the registration has been restricted in any way.