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State rules about record-keeping vary. Generally speaking, corporations have more state-imposed requirements than LLCs and may have to keep the following at their place of business: Articles of Incorporation (what you filed when you first formed the corporation) Any amendments filed with the state Corporate bylaws that spell out how you will operate the company Annual reports Names and addresses of directors and officers Names and addresses of shareholders, including their number and class of shares Documentation of any actions/decisions from shareholder and director meetings (meeting minutes).
These records play a big role in helping you maintain the "corporate veil" protection you need against lawsuits and creditors. If someone sues your business, he or she might try to pierce your corporate veil and show that your business failed to follow proper corporate formalities according to state law.
Visit the court clerk's office in the county in which you live. ... Obtain the forms necessary to file for divorce. ... File the necessary forms with the clerk's office. ... Pay the court's filing fee. ... Always keep copies of all documents. ... Stay organized.
Fill out your court forms. ... Have your forms reviewed. ... Make at least 2 copies of all your forms. ... File your forms with the court clerk. ... Get your court date or mediation date. ... Serve your papers on the other parent. ... File your Proof of Service.
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To do so, you should conduct a search of the federal register of trade and service marks. If you conclude that the name you've chosen is available, you should look into registering the name as a business trademark or service mark.
Typically, the IRS can come after your business for failing to report income for up to 6 years after your filing if the amount is greater than 25% of your business's gross income. If you filed for a deduction for a bad debt or worthless security, the IRS suggests you keep your supporting tax records for 7 years.
Incorporation may be the wisest decision, each business should carefully assess the benefits and challenges of incorporation before moving forward. However, the greatest benefits to incorporation can be expressed in terms of Life, Liquidity, and Liability.
Contact the Secretary of State's office in your state. ... Acquire the articles of incorporation. ... Pay the incorporation fees. ... File a Statement of Information form. ... Register your corporation with the Country's Internal Revenue Service (IRS). ... Designate a registered agent if you live elsewhere.
Buyers can be anywhere. ... Prepare for the exit. ... Negotiate your responsibilities. ... Create a plan for your finances and time. ... Don't ever go it alone.
Do Your Research. ... Decide on a Structure for the Purchase. ... Assets Vs Shares. ... Negotiate the Other Terms. ... Have the Legal Documents Prepared. ... Final Tips to Keep in Mind. ... Ask an Expert Series: Ask a Lawyer.