How to Form Your Own California Corporation: With Corporate Records Binder & CD-ROM
This easy-to-use binder provides everything you need to get your California business incorporated! In How to Form Your Own California Corporation, Attorney Anthony Mancuso provides you with step-by-step instructions, comprehensive practical information and all the forms you need (as tear-outs and on CD-ROM) to form your own California corporation. Use this helpful kit to take advantage of the benefits incorporation offers your business, including: limited liability, tax advantages, S corporation tax status and financial advantages. With this easy-to-use corporate binder, you can keep all the necessary corporate documents and records together in one place, for easy reference any time during the life of your corporation. The binder includes step-by-step instructions for forming your own California corporation, complete information on electing S corporation tax status, index dividers to organize your documents and records, 10 stock certificates, plus share register & transfer ledger and all incorporation forms on CD-ROM, including articles, bylaws, minutes, stock disclosure agreements and ongoing minutes forms. The 5th edition is completely updated and revised to provide the latest legal information and forms.
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How California Corporations Work
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accredited investor annual articles of incorporation assets bill of sale blanks board of directors buy-sell agreement bylaws California Corporations Code California limited offering California Secretary Category CD-ROM chairperson Chapter copy corporate name corporate records book corporation tax status corporation's debts deduct Department of Corporations employees Employer Identification example federal Securities Act fictitious business name file your articles hereby initial shares issue shares issuer lawyer limited liability company limited offering exemption minutes motion duly name of corporation notice form number of directors number of shares payment person prepare principal executive office prior business professional advisor profits purchase qualify quorum receipt resolution rules salary Section 351 sell service of process shareholder representation letter shares of stock signature sole proprietorship spouse Step stock certificates stock issuance suitable shareholders tax advisor tax rates transaction transfer waiver of notice written consent www.nolo.com