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Keep your corporate status--and avoid personal liability
Incorporating your business is an important first step in obtaining limited liability status. To keep that status, you must observe a number of legal formalities, including holding and documenting shareholder and director meetings.
Meeting minutes form the primary paper trail of a corporation's legal life--and The Corporate Records Handbook provides all the instructions and forms you need to prepare them. Minutes forms include:
- Notice of Meeting
- Shareholder Proxy
- Minutes of Annual Shareholders' Meeting
- Minutes of Annual Directors' Meeting
- Waiver of Notice of Meeting, and
- Written Consent to Action Without Meeting.
You'll also find more than 75 additional resolutions which let you:
- elect S corporation tax status
- adopt pension and profit-sharing plans
- set up employee benefit plans
- amend articles and bylaws
- borrow or lend money
- authorize bank loans
- authorize a corporate line of credit
- purchase or lease a company car
- and more.