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Shareholder Buyout Agreements for Corporations
Shareholder buyout agreements cover what happens when an owner wants out.
Qualifying to Do Business Outside Your State
LLCs and corporations may have to "qualify" to do business outside their home state.
Buy-Sell Agreements for Small Businesses: Basics and Frequently Asked Questions
When does a business need a buy-sell agreement?
Piercing the Corporate Veil: When LLCs and Corporations May be at Risk
An LLC or corporation's owners, members, or shareholders may be on the hook personally for business debt.
7 Steps to Dissolving an LLC
How do you officially end your corporation or limited liability company (LLC)?
S Corporations and Salaries: An IRS Hot Button Issue
The IRS has stepped up its scrutiny of salary versus distributions with S corp employees.
Opening a Business Bank Account
Some practical advice on this crucial first step for every business.
Understanding Corporate Structure
A corporation consists of shareholders, a board of directors, and officers.
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Corporate Meeting Minutes: How and When to Make Records
Corporate meeting minutes play an important role in managing your business and staying compliant with tax laws.
How to Use Written Consents to Appoint Your Initial Board of Directors and Issue Stock
If you've just incorporated your business, here's the easiest way to take initial corporate actions.
Steps in Declaring a Cash Dividend to Stockholders
Do you want to know what cash dividends are and how to pay them to your stockholders?