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The Right to Sue a Board Director

by: David Carnes

Although the board of directors of a corporation wields considerable authority over corporate affairs, shareholders are a corporation's ultimate authority.
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S Corporation Passive Income Restrictions

by John Cromwell

How to Remove a Shareholder From an S Corporation

by Kelley Stanczyk

How to Incorporate a Business in North Carolina

by Thomas King

How to File Corporate Minutes

by: David Carnes

The laws of every state require corporations to make records of its shareholder's and board of director's meetings, known as corporate minutes. Although corporate minutes need not be submitted to any governmental authority absent a lawsuit or other ...
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How to File an S Corporation in California

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Base Salary Vs. Equity Split in an S-Corp Partnership

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How to Close an S-Corporation in North Carolina

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How to Re-Open a Dissolved Company

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Does a Nonprofit Report to the State When the Board Members Change?

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S-Corporation Meeting Minutes Requirements

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Can an Owner Be Voted Out of an S Corporation?

S corporations are corporations that have made a special election with the Internal Revenue Service to be taxed only at the individual shareholder ...

How to Incorporate a Ministry in Texas

by: Wayne Thomas

Donations often serve a vital role in ensuring the survival of a ministry. While it is not uncommon for these religious institutions to be supported by an affiliated church, the ability to solicit and receive funds directly from donors may prove ...
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How to Form an S Corp in Colorado

by Beverly Bird

S-Corp Shareholder Requirements

by Mark Kennan

How to Incorporate as a 501(c)(6)

by Elizabeth Rayne, J.D.

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