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All Up In Yo' Business: Filing/Amending Articles of Organization & Employer Identification Numbers
 
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This video is in response to some excellent questions I received regarding Articles of Organization & Employer Identification Numbers. How long does it take to hear back after I filed Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State? As with the answer to most questions of a legal nature: it depends. Mostly, it depends on your state. The Colorado Secretary of State, for example, generally gives you confirmation of the filing immediately. In Colorado the Articles of Organization are filed electronically with the Secretary of State and in most cases your LLC is immediately registered upon filing. The turn around time in other states may be different, but in Colorado, registration is instant after you file the Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State. Do I need a DBA or Trade Name? "DBA" stands for “doing business as.” Some states use the term DBA, some (Colorado included) use the term "trade name" instead. The main reason you might want to register a DBA or trade name is if you are going to operate your business under a name different from the name you registered with the Secretary of State when you filed the Articles of Organization. So, for example, let’s say your LLC has one name but you want to do business under a similar or different name; you would register that DBA or Trade Name by filing a Statement of Trade Name with the Secretary of State. (In Colorado, it is a Statement of Trade Name; other states may call it something else.) However, if you are going to do business under the name that you filed under your Articles of Organization, then you don’t need to file a trade name. You may also need to register a DBA or trade name if you are operating your business as a sole proprietor and have not formed any legal business structure like an LLC or corporation. Do I need to be registered with the state before I file an application for a Federal Tax ID number or an Employer Identification Number (EIN)? Yes, if you are going to register your business as an LLC or a Corporation, or some other legal entity that requires registration with the state, then it is typically a good idea to register the business with the state before you submit the application to the IRS for a Federal Tax ID number. The Form SS-4, which is the application for the EIN/Federal Tax ID number (both terms mean the same thing), requires your entity name, entity structure, and the state and date the entity was formed. So, you will definitely need to have a name and structure already worked out and registered before you file an application for a Federal Tax ID number. How long do I have to wait after filing my Articles of Organization before I can amend them? Let's say you successfully filed your Articles of Organization for your new LLC. (Woohoo!) Then five minutes later you realize you transposed the numbers of your business address (Oops!) or misspelled your own name (hey, it happens). You'll need to amend the Articles of Organization to correct whatever info you messed up. If you are forming your LLC in Colorado or another state where you get confirmation of registration instantly after you have filed your Articles of Organization, you can generally file Articles of Amendment or some sort of other paperwork to make changes in your Articles of Organization instantly after the Articles of Organization have been filed. Otherwise, if your state takes a bit longer or does not automatically confirm your registration, then you should wait until you receive confirmation from your state before amending the Articles of Organization. This is because something may come up where your Articles of Organization do not get approved or registered. In that case, you would need to re-file your Articles of Organization anyway, so filing Articles of Amendment prematurely may make no difference at that point. Contact Aiden and learn more at www.180lawco.com. [email protected] | 720-379-3425 Thumbs up & subscribe if you want more AUIYB! Follow Me! IG: @allupinyobusiness Twitter: @_AllUpInYoBiz www.facebook.com/180lawco www.google.com/+aidenkramerlawAUIYB www.pinterest.com/AUIYB The information provided in this video should not be construed or relied on as legal advice for any specific fact or circumstance. Its content was prepared by 180 Law Co. LLC, with its principal office located at 50 S. Steele Street, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80209. This video is designed for entertainment and information purposes only. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship 180 Law Co. LLC or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice. All Up In Yo’ Business® is a registered trademark of 180 Law Co. LLC. ©180 Law Co. LLC. All rights reserved.
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Articles of Organization
 
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Make sure you file your Articles of Organization (sometimes known as Articles of Incorporation) with your state. See http://www.llcwizard.com/articles-of-organization-2 for a detailed explanation, and http://www.legalees.com/state-information/ for state-specific directions on filing them.
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Filing Articles of Incorporation
 
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Filing Articles of Incorporation
How to Start a Nonprofit: Article of Incorporation, Getting your EIN, and Preparing your Form 1023
 
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Part one of How to Start a Nonprofit features details on drafting and filing your articles of incorporation, ways of getting your EIN number, and first steps in preparing your Form 1023.
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Articles of Incorporation
 
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This video provides an overview of what is included in the articles of incorporation. For more free business resources, visit JMG | TheBusinessProfess (www.TheBusinessProfessor.com).
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How to Start a Corporation in Alabama | AL Articles of Incorporation
 
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Instructions - http://startabusiness.org/al/corporation/ Domestic Profit - http://startabusiness.org/al/corporation/domestic-profit/ Domestic Non-Profit - http://startabusiness.org/al/corporation/domestic-non-profit/ Foreign - http://startabusiness.org/al/corporation/foreign/
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Article Of Incorporation
 
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Beauty Business*Filling out my Articles of Incorporation!
 
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I feel really good about going online and starting to take the lead and start filling out my Articles of Incorporation.
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Register A Business in Ontario In Under 15 Minutes
 
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In this video I will show you how simple incorporating or registering a business in Ontario is. After a lot of reading and researching I learned that contrary to what everyone is trying to make us believe, incorporating in Ontario is quite simple. I found that information was portrayed in difficult manner by lots of "service providers" as well as services which help you register a corporation for a fee. Well I will show you how easy it is to set it up and give you the confidence to go out and do it yourself, and save a few hundred bucks! If you are an entrepreneur and can run a business, you can certainly register a corporation yourself! Let me know if you have any questions about setting up an incorporation in Ontario. The steps discussed in the video are the following: Step 0: Download Article of incorporation form 1 ( https://www.ontario.ca/page/start-dissolve-and-change-corporation) Step 1: Think of a unique name • Must have a distinctive part ( Jupiter’s) • Descriptive part( Painting services ) • Ending ( Inc. Ltd. , Incorporated, Limited, Corporation) Jupiters Painting Inc.... Step 2: NUANS search and reservation • Make sure you have all three parts of the name decided, you will have to order a new search if there is any difference between the NUANS and your Article 1 Step 3: Fill out forms • Articles of incorporation • Consent to act as first director if you are not the incorporator Step 4- Drop them off in person or mail them • Filled out article 1 • Consent to act as first director if you are not the incorporator • NUANS search • Covering Letter • Bring cash $360 or cheque • Have duplicate copies Locations: https://www.services.gov.on.ca/locations/mapLocations.do?ext=t&id=11580&locale=EN&_ga=1.11464436.1162914729.1479777735 Good Luck! Subscribe! Incorporating in Ontario |Register Corporation| Set up a corporation| How to register a corporation in Ontario| Ontario business registration | registering a business in Ontario | business registration Ontario | starting a business in Ontario | Incorporate a business in ontario
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Articles of Incorporation for a Profit Corporation Sample
 
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Visit: http://legal-forms.laws.com/business/colorado/articles-of-incorporation To download the Form Articles of Incorporation for a Profit Corporation (Sample) in printable format and to know about the use of this form, who can use this Form Articles of Incorporation for a Profit Corporation (Sample) Form and when one should use this Form Articles of Incorporation for a Profit Corporation (Sample). To download various legal form visit: http://legal-forms.laws.com/
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What are Articles of Incorporation. By CORP USA
 
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What are Articles of Incorporation? By Corp USA. *Transcript* Articles of Incorporation are a set of documents filed with the Secretary of State (or Company Registrar) that legally document the creation of a corporation. In some States they are known as the Corporate Charter or Certificate of Incorporation. Included in the Articles of Incorporation are the name of the corporation, name & address of the registered agent, the type of corporation, the name & address of the initial directors, the name & address of the incorporator, and the duration of the corporation. Once filed, the Articles of Incorporation are stored in the first tab of your Corporate Kit. If you are looking to purchase a Corporate Kit, visit us at CorporateKits.com We offer same day shipping on all orders placed before 5pm Eastern.
LLC Formation: Articles of Organization
 
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http://iwebbits.com ARTICLES of Organization Vid. Tutorial under 3 min. ***Disclaimer: I AM NOT AN ATTORNEY, nor do I propose this tutorial as a substitute for the service of a genuine lawyer. This is Educational and not to be interpreted as Legal Advice*** LLC Formation can cost hundreds of dollars if you use the services of an attorney of service. However, you can do it yourself via online, mail or fax. The following video covers the submission of The Articles of Incorporation to form an LLC in NYS. NYS Corp Filings: http://www.dos.ny.gov/corps/index.html Service of Process Name: When your Company is "served" legals papers e.g Notices, Demands, Writs, etc. the company must have a person with current address to receive such documents, or a business entity (though that business entity may need certification to act as such). Organizer may be a Member, but not Required. If not a Member other than submitting organizational documents on behalf of the LLC, the Organizer is not Liable, and has no additional duties.
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New York LLC - Formation Documents (online filing)
 
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Step-by-step instructions: https://www.llcuniversity.com/new-york-llc/forms/ To form an LLC in New York, file your Articles of Organization with the Department of State. You can file your New York LLC Articles of Organization one of two ways; online or by mail. ONLINE - file Articles of Organization: http://www.dos.ny.gov/corps/index.html BY MAIL: file Articles of Organization: http://www.dos.ny.gov/forms/corporations/1336-f.pdf The name of the LLC Formation Document for the State of New York is called the Articles of Organization. This document is not complicated and it contains basic information, including your LLC's name, your LLC's office address, and the county where your LLC office is located. There are two ways you can file your Articles of Organization with the State. You can file by mail or you can file online. If you file by mail, you will print out your Articles of Organization and then mail them to the State along with a check or money order to pay the filing fee. If you file online, you will fill out your Articles of Organization on the State's website and then pay the filing fee with a debit or credit card. The State charges a one-time fee in order to form your LLC. If you chose to hire a Registered Agent for your New York LLC, you will also list their address in your Articles of Organization. [=================================] -- FILING FEE -- $200 -- ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT -- Check or Money Order / Debit or Credit Card [=================================] -- FILING BY MAIL INSTRUCTIONS -- Mail your Articles of Organization with your check or money order (for $200, made payable to the “Department of State”) to: Department of State Division of Corporations One Commerce Plaza 99 Washington Avenue Albany, NY 12231 [=================================] -- EXPECTED APPROVAL TIME -- The filing fee amount is the same for either option. The only difference is the method of payment and the approval time. If you file by mail, you'll pay the State filing fee with a check or money order, and your LLC will be approved in 1-2 weeks. If you file online, you'll pay the State filing fee with a debit or credit card, and your LLC will be approved within a few minutes. [=================================] -- WHAT DOES APPROVAL LOOK LIKE -- Once you submit your Articles of Organization along with the filing fee, the State will review and process your documents. If there are any issues with your filing, the State will contact you and tell you what corrections need to be made. If you filed by mail and there are no issues, your LLC will be approved in 1-2 weeks. If you filed online and there are no issues, your LLC will be approved within a few minutes. Either way, you will receive a Filing Receipt back from the State once your LLC is approved. This confirms your LLC is now a legally formed business in the State of New York. [=================================] -- FILING RECEIPT -- Your Filing Receipt will contain your LLC's name, the date filed, and your Department of State ID Number (DOS ID Number). The DOS ID Number is unique to your New York LLC and you will use it when dealing with the State. New York does not issue duplicate Filing Receipts, so it's very important to make a photocopy, or two, and keep the photocopy with your business records. [=================================] -- NEW YORK SECRETARY OF STATE -- 518-473-2492 (M-F: 9:00am – 4:30pm) [email protected] http://www.dos.ny.gov/corps/contact.html [=================================] -- NEXT STEP -- Once your LLC is approved you can proceed to the Operating Agreement Lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtmC8IlHAC0 [=================================] -- DISCLAIMER -- This information is provided for educational purposes only and in no way constitutes legal, tax, or financial advice. For legal, tax, or financial advice specific to your business needs, we encourage you to consult with a licensed attorney and/or CPA in your state. LLC University® is a registered trademark of LLCU Media Group, LLC. © LLCU Media Group, LLC. All rights reserved. https://www.llcuniversity.com [=================================]
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Georgia LLC - Filing Forms & Documents
 
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Step-by-step instructions: https://www.llcuniversity.com/georgia-llc/forms/ To form an LLC in Georgia, file your Articles of Organization and Transmittal Form with the Secretary of State. Articles of Organization: http://sos.ga.gov/corporations/acrobat/applications/Filing%20Template%20-%20Articles%20of%20Organization%20for%20LLC%20(CD%20030).pdf Transmittal Form: http://sos.ga.gov/corporations/acrobat/applications/Transmittal%20Form%20-%20Limited%20Liability%20Companies%20(231).pdf The name of the LLC Formation Documents for the State of Georgia are called the Articles of Organization and the Transmittal Form. These documents are not complicated and they contain basic information, including listing your Registered Office and Registered Agent. They will also require you to list your LLC's name and the name and address of the LLC member(s). [=================================] -- FILING FEE -- $100 -- ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT -- Check or Money Order If paying by check, your check must have a pre-printed address on it. If you don’t have checks with a pre-printed address, please pay with a money order. [=================================] -- FILING INSTRUCTIONS -- Mail one (1) Original Articles of Organization, one (1) Copy of your Articles of Organization, and one (1) Original Transmittal Form, with your check or money order for $100 made payable to the “Secretary of State” to: Corporations Division 2 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SE Suite 313, West Tower Atlanta, GA 30334 [=================================] -- EXPECTED APPROVAL TIME -- You will receive your approval in approximately 15-20 business days. [=================================] -- WHAT DOES APPROVAL LOOK LIKE -- Your official approval is called the Certificate of Organization. If you provided an email address in your Transmittal Form, the State will email you instructions on how you can download your Certificate of Organization online. If you did not provide an email address in your Transmittal Form, the State will mail the Certificate of Organization to you. [=================================] -- GEORGIA SECRETARY OF STATE -- 404-656-2817 (Monday-Friday, 8:00am – 5:30pm) http://sos.ga.gov/ [=================================] -- NEXT STEP -- Once your LLC is approved, you can proceed to the next Lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtmC8IlHAC0 [=================================] -- DISCLAIMER -- This information is provided for educational purposes only and in no way constitutes legal, tax, or financial advice. For legal, tax, or financial advice specific to your business needs, we encourage you to consult with a licensed attorney and/or CPA in your state. LLC University® is a registered trademark of LLCU Media Group, LLC. © LLCU Media Group, LLC. All rights reserved. https://www.llcuniversity.com [=================================]
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Alabama Articles of Incorporation
 
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Download - http://wikiform.org/secretary-of-state/alabama/corporation/ The Alabama certificate of formation forms allow for an applicant to create either a domestic or foreign corporation. The cost for filing is $40 for profit and $100 for non profit corporations. All forms must be submitted to the Probate Court Judge's office in the county where the applicant resides.
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LLC Formation Documents: Form an LLC (7/11)
 
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▶▶ Learn more about LLCs: http://llcuniversity.com ◀◀ This video explains: - What are LLC Formation Documents? - Filling Out Your Documents - How to File LLC Formation Documents - State Filing Fees - Which State is the Best? - Where do I Get the Forms? [=================================] -- WHAT ARE LLC FORMATION DOCUMENTS -- In order to form your LLC, you must file LLC Formation Documents and pay your State filing fee. LLC Formation Documents are the state-specific forms that officially create your LLC. These documents are often referred to as your Articles of Organization, Certificate of Organization, or Certificate of Formation. Some states also require additional documents in order to create your LLC. [=================================] -- FILLING OUT YOUR LLC FORMATION DOCUMENTS -- Your LLC Formation Documents will contain your LLC’s name, your office address, your effective date and your Registered Agent information. Many states require additional information (or additional documents) to be filed with your LLC Formation Documents. Since the LLC Formation Documents are state-specific, we needed to create 50 individual lessons that walk through how to file them step-by-step for each state. These video lessons are available inside the LLC Formation Course™ and customized to the requirements of your state. [=================================] -- HOW TO FILE LLC FORMATION DOCUMENTS -- Generally, there are two ways you can file your LLC Formation Documents with your State. You can send your LLC Formation Documents by mail or you can fill out your LLC Formation Documents online and submit them electronically. The State will charge a one-time fee in order to form your LLC. There are no monthly fees to form an LLC. The fees vary by state and you can find them listed below. If you send your LLC Formation Documents by mail you will pay your state filing fee with a check or money order. If you fill out your LLC Formation Documents online and submit them electronically you will pay your state filing fee with a debit or credit card. [=================================] -- STATE FILING FEES & FORMS -- Please visit our website for a list of all state fees and access to LLC formation documents: http://llcuniversity.com [=================================]
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Is Corporation Right For My Business (Insider Secrets)
 
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► This is a preview lesson from my course "How to Choose the Right Business Type." Get the complete course for only $15 (92% off the regular price) for a LIMITED time here: https://goo.gl/Li64oS A corporation is the most common business structure. A corporation is an independent legal entity owned by its shareholders. This means that the corporation itself, not the shareholders that own it, is held legally liable for the actions and debts the business incurs. Corporations are more complex than other business structures because they tend to have costly administrative fees and complex tax and legal requirements. Because of these issues, corporations are generally suggested for established, larger companies with multiple employees. For businesses in that position, corporations offer the ability to sell ownership shares in the business through stock offerings. “Going public” through an initial public offering (IPO) is a major selling point in attracting investment capital and high quality employees. A corporation’s shareholders, directors, and officers must observe particular formalities in a corporation’s operation and administration. For example, management decisions must often be made by formal vote and recorded in corporate minutes. Director and shareholder meetings must be properly noticed and documented. Finally, corporations must meet annual reporting requirements and pay ongoing fees in their state of incorporation and in states where they are registered to transact business. Taxation is a significant consideration when choosing a business type, and a C corporation is taxed as a separate legal entity (which means no pass-through taxation like a partnership). A business tax return is filed and taxes are paid on the corporation’s profits. If the corporation distributes profits to the shareholders in the form of dividends, shareholders pay income tax on those distributions. This creates a double taxation of corporate profits. As with any business type that offers liability protection to owners, a corporation must be created at the state level. Articles of Incorporation (sometimes called a Certificate of Incorporation) in the appropriate state must be filed and filing fees paid. Legal disclaimer: I’m an attorney but I’m not your attorney. I’m here to provide general legal information. This is not a substitute for personal legal advice. If you need legal advice, you should seek an attorney. ============================== MEET YOUR COURSE INSTRUCTOR: Sam Mollaei, Esq., Business Lawyer for Entrepreneurs & Creative Artists Why do I teach? As a business owner and entrepreneur for over a decade, I have found the legal aspect of business to be daunting and confusing. After consulting and teaching business law for many years, I decided to combine my passion in video production and teaching to create online courses to make the legal aspects of business as easy and approachable as possible. I have a strong passion in sharing my secrets and I hope to inspire you to succeed in your business. Sign up and find out for yourself why so many people are taking and recommending my courses! Essential Business Courses: http://www.mollaeilaw.com/courses Visit my website: http://www.mollaeilaw.com Like me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mollaeilaw Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mollaeilaw Read my blog: http://www.mollaeilaw.com/blog Email: [email protected] Phone: (818) 925-0002 Subscribe to my YouTube channel for more videos to help you start and grow your business: http://www.youtube.com/c/Mollaeilaw ► This is a preview lesson from my course "How to Choose the Right Business Type." Get the complete course for only $15 (92% off the regular price) for a LIMITED time here: https://goo.gl/Li64oS
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Business Laws : How to Amend Articles of Incorporation
 
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Amending a business's articles of incorporation involves checking a state's statute to determine what is required, but make sure the amendments comply with company bylaws. Change business articles of incorporation by contacting the state office with tips from a lawyer in this free video on business law. Expert: Robert M. Todd Contact: www.wearehdtv.com Bio: Robert Todd is the managing partner and president of Robert M. Todd, P.A. and Family Law Solutions. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz
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Wyoming Articles of Incorporation
 
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Wyoming Articles of Incorporation Wyoming Articles of Incorporation are what you use to form a Wyoming Corporation. You can mail in a copy to file or you can have the Articles of Incorporation generated for you by filing online with the Wyoming Secretary of State. The Wyoming Articles of Incorporation must list a few key articles to be accepted for processing by the business division at the Wyoming Secretary of State. You must list a name for the corporation. A Wyoming registered agent has to be designated. Two addresses will be listed as well. The Principal Office location and the Mailing Address for the Corporation. You will have to list class, value and number of shares of stock. An Incorporator name and contact info will be listed. Wyoming Articles of Incorporation Wyoming Articles of Incorporation are what you use to form a Wyoming Corporation. You can mail in a copy to file or you can have the Articles of Incorporation generated for you by filing online with the Wyoming Secretary of State. The Wyoming Articles of Incorporation must list a few key articles to be accepted for processing by the business division at the Wyoming Secretary of State. You must list a name for the corporation. A Wyoming registered agent has to be designated. Two addresses will be listed as well. The Principal Office location and the Mailing Address for the Corporation. You will have to list class, value and number of shares of stock. An Incorporator name and contact info will be listed. You will have to list a Wyoming registered agent on your incorporation by law. The corporate agent service for Wyoming registered agent service must be a living Wyoming person over 18 or a Wyoming entity. The Wyoming registered agent service or resident agent service as its called in Nevada will serve as the agent for service of process or process of service as it is sometimes called. Do not really on a POS registration agent in Wyoming for your SOP. Make sure you get the WY registered agent you deserve. Even if you hire a bad Wyoming registered agent instead of the best Wyoming registered agent, you can still change Wyoming registered agents with the state for free. https://wyomingregisteredagent.wiki https://soundcloud.com/marc-lucas-68950593/wyoming-articles-of-incorporationmp3 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x5e6p3v
California LLC - Formation Documents
 
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Step-by-step instructions: https://www.llcuniversity.com/california-llc/forms/ To form an LLC in California, file your Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State. Articles of Organization: http://bpd.cdn.sos.ca.gov/llc/forms/llc-1.pdf A Limited Liability Company is a hybrid between a Corporation and a Sole Proprietorship. An LLC protects your assets in the event of a lawsuit. Once your documents are approved and sent back to you, your LLC is now in existence and authorized to do business in California. [=================================] -- FILING FEES -- $70 -- ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT -- Check or Money Order -- MAKE PAYABLE TO -- “Secretary of State” [=================================] -- FILING INSTRUCTIONS -- Mail a copy of your Articles of Organization and your check or money order for $70 made payable to the “Secretary of State” to: Secretary of State Business Entities PO Box 944228 Sacramento, CA 94244-2280 [=================================] -- EXPECTED APPROVAL -- You will receive your approval in approximately 10-15 business days. -- NEXT STEP -- Once your LLC is approved you can proceed to Lesson: https://www.llcuniversity.com/california-llc/operating-agreement [=================================] -- COMMERCIAL REGISTERED AGENT -- A Commercial Registered Agent is a company that specializes in receiving Service of Process on behalf of businesses nationwide. They typically charge between $100-300 per year. They will receive Service of Process on behalf of your LLC and then forward it to you by mail at any address you'd like. Most will also fax or email your documents if preferred. We recommend a company called Northwest Registered Agent; they have been in business for more than two decades and they have a solid reputation. Their fees are among the most affordable, and their support is top notch. Use the following link to sign up with Northwest Registered Agent: https://www.llcuniversity.com/go/california-registered-agent/ [=================================] -- CALIFORNIA SECRETARY OF STATE -- 916-653-3794 (LLC Unit; Press 0+0, disregard prompt, press 0+0 again) 213-897-3062 (LA Regional Office) 916-657-5448 (Main line; support is non-existent) http://www.sos.ca.gov/contacts.htm [=================================] -- NEXT STEP -- Once your California LLC is approved, you can then proceed to the next Lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtmC8IlHAC0 [=================================] -- DISCLAIMER -- This information is provided for educational purposes only and in no way constitutes legal, tax, or financial advice. For legal, tax, or financial advice specific to your business needs, we encourage you to consult with a licensed attorney and/or CPA in your state. LLC University® is a registered trademark of LLCU Media Group, LLC. © LLCU Media Group, LLC. All rights reserved. https://www.llcuniversity.com [=================================]
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Register a Corporation in Canada
 
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http://www.bdc-canada.com/BDC/services/business_incorporation_main.htm Incorporate in Canada - Name Search, NUANS, Name Approval, Preparation and Filing of Articles of Association, Articles of Incorporation, Corporate By-laws, Corporate Kits. Incorporate in Canada: Incorporate in Ontario, Incorporate in Alberta, Incorporate in BC, Incorporate in Saskatchewan. Types of Corporations: Professional Corporation, Not for Profit Corporation, Shelf Corporations and Non-resident Corporations
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Articles of Organization LLC Sample
 
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Visit: http://legal-forms.laws.com/business/connecticut/articles-of-organization-llc To download the Form LC-1-1.0 Articles of Organization in printable format and to know about the use of this form, who can use this Form LC-1-1.0 Articles of Organization Form and when one should use this Form LC-1-1.0 Articles of Organization. To download various legal form visit: http://legal-forms.laws.com/
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Texas LLC - Formation Documents
 
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Step-by-step instructions: https://www.llcuniversity.com/texas-llc/forms/ To form an LLC in Texas, file your Certificate of Formation with the Secretary of State. Certificate of Formation: http://www.sos.state.tx.us/corp/forms/205_boc.pdf Consent to Serve as Registered Agent: http://www.sos.state.tx.us/corp/forms/401-a-boc.pdf Your Texas LLC is required to list a Registered Office and a Registered Agent in your Certificate of Formation. A Registered Agent is a person or a company who agrees to accept legal mail and important documents on behalf of your LLC. The Registered Office is a physical address (cannot be a PO Box) located in Texas. The Registered Agent is located at the Registered Office and is generally accessible during normal business hours. You, as an individual, can be your LLC’s Registered Agent. However, your LLC cannot be its own Registered Agent. [=================================] -- COMMERCIAL REGISTERED AGENT -- We recommend Northwest Registered Agent: https://www.llcuniversity.com/go/texas-registered-agent/ (using a Registered Agent offers a degree of privacy when forming your Texas LLC) [=================================] -- FILING FEE -- $300 -- ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT -- Check or Money Order [=================================] -- FILING INSTRUCTIONS -- Mail two (2) copies of your Certificate of Formation and your check or money order for $300 made payable to the “Secretary of State” to: Corporations Sections Secretary of State PO Box 13697 Austin, TX 78711 The “Consent to Serve as Registered Agent” form does not need to be mailed in with your Certificate of Formation. In fact, you don’t need to mail this document anywhere. It is an “internal document”, meaning you will just need to keep it with your business records. [=================================] -- EXPECTED APPROVAL TIME -- You will usually receive approval of your filing within 5-7 business days. [=================================] -- WHAT DOES APPROVAL LOOK LIKE -- Once you mail the filing fee, along with two (2) completed copies of the Certificate of Formation, you can expect two things: First, within 5-7 business days, the State will send you back a copy of the Certificate of Formation with a stamp of approval. Second, in approximately two (2) months, you will get a letter from the Texas State Comptroller (the division responsible for tax related items). This letter will instruct you on filing your annual Franchise Tax Report, which all LLCs in Texas are required to file. Your LLC is now a legally formed business in the State of Texas. Until you have confirmation your LLC has been officially approved, do not order your EIN (Federal Tax ID Number) or start to use your LLC for business purposes. [=================================] -- ANNUAL REPORTING & TAXES -- Even if your LLC does not generate revenue or have business activity within a given tax year, you will still be required to file this annual paperwork with the State. We highly recommend that you hire a tax professional when dealing with taxes for your LLC. Your LLC is required to file two (2) documents on a yearly basis. The first is the Franchise Tax Report which is filed with the Texas State Comptroller, not the Corporations Section. The second is a Public Information Report (or PIR) that must also be submitted with the Franchise Tax Report. These reports are not easy to complete yourself. They are tax documents and we recommend you get help from your accountant or tax professional because you will need to decipher gross receipts, dividends, interest, losses, gains and other financial details. [=================================] -- TEXAS SECRETARY OF STATE -- 512-463-5555 http://www.sos.state.tx.us/corp/contact.shtml [=================================] -- NEXT STEP -- Once your LLC is approved, you can proceed to the next Lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtmC8IlHAC0 [=================================] -- DISCLAIMER -- This information is provided for educational purposes only and in no way constitutes legal, tax, or financial advice. For legal, tax, or financial advice specific to your business needs, we encourage you to consult with a licensed attorney and/or CPA in your state. LLC University® is a registered trademark of LLCU Media Group, LLC. © LLCU Media Group, LLC. All rights reserved. https://www.llcuniversity.com [=================================]
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Sole Proprietor, LLC, or Corporation? - All Up In Yo' Business
 
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What The Heck is an S Corporation?: https://youtu.be/i5to7Da3wMw Top 10 Things Every LLC Needs: https://youtu.be/T826TLGEK9w The three most common types of structures for a small business are the sole proprietor, LLC, and corporation. These are by no means the only options for business structure; there are many more options out there (e.g., general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships, cooperatives, non-profit corporations, etc.). If you are operating as a sole proprietor, this means that you have not really formed any legal structure of a business entity. If you are just an individual making income from providing services or selling products and you have not registered anything with your state, then you are already operating as a sole proprietor. If you are operating under a trade name (e.g., if I am operating a lawn mowing service under the name “Aiden’s Lawn Mowing Service,” that would be the trade name), then you should file a Statement of Trade Name with the Secretary of State in order to register the fact that you are operating under that trade name. However, just because you file your trade name does not mean that you are an LLC or any kind of entity; you are still just a sole proprietor. The LLC is the most popular entity formation and that is because (in Colorado, at least) an LLC is inexpensive and relatively simple to start and run. To form an LLC, all you have to do is file Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State (or whatever agency operates business organizations in your state) and boom! you've got yourself an LLC. Of course, there are other things you need to do to make sure your LLC is going to protect you personally and to avoid piercing the corporate veil. Similar to a sole proprietor, all of the income to the business is taxed as if it were personal income to the business owner. Finally, the biggest difference between an LLC and sole proprietor is that an LLC does give you that liability protection. So, if there is a lawsuit, or if the LLC is subject to some liability, then you as the business owner should be personally protected and your personal assets would most likely be safe from those liabilities. When I say "corporation" in this context, I am referring to a C-Corporation specifically. (I'm going to touch on the S-Corporation in just a minute.) The corporation is a little bit more complicated and expensive to set up, but there are some instances where it would be useful to have a corporation. First, it’s important to know that there are three groups of players in a corporation: Shareholders, Board of Directors, and Officers. Shareholders are basically the owners; they own shares of the corporation. The Board of Directors is responsible for making decisions about the operation of the corporation. And the Officers are generally those that are actually participating in the business and managing the business and all of its activities. Despite these various players, a small business can still form as a corporation and the Shareholder, Board of Directors, and Officers can all be one person. In other words, one person can hold multiple positions within the corporation. To create a corporation, you will need to file Articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of State. You will also need to write Bylaws, which are essentially the same as an Operating Agreement. The Bylaws say how the corporation is going to be run and managed and operated. If there are going to be multiple shareholders, then you will probably also want to have a Shareholder Agreement. One of the biggest drawbacks of a corporation is that corporations are subject to double taxation. When money comes into the business it is taxed at the corporate rate as income to the corporation, then when money is distributed to the shareholders, it is taxed again as dividends to the shareholders. Finally, just like an LLC, the corporation provides liability protection to the Shareholders, the Board of Directors, and the Officers in most instances. Contact Aiden and learn more at www.180lawco.com. [email protected] | 720-379-3425 Thumbs up & subscribe if you want more AUIYB! The information provided in this video should not be construed or relied on as legal advice for any specific fact or circumstance. Its content was prepared by 180 Law Co. LLC, with its principal office located at 50 S. Steele Street, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80209. This video is designed for entertainment and information purposes only. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship 180 Law Co. LLC or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice. All Up In Yo’ Business® is a registered trademark of 180 Law Co. LLC. ©180 Law Co. LLC. All rights reserved.
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The Corporation Code of the Philippines | Title II: Incorporation and Organization
 
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The Corporation Code of the Philippines BP Blg.68 Title II: Incorporation and Organization Of Private Corporations Section 10. Number and qualifications of incorporators Section 11. Corporate term. Section 12. Minimum capital stock required of stock corporations. Section 13. Amount of capital stock to be subscribed and paid for the purposes of incorporation. Section 14. Contents of the articles of incorporation. Section 15. Forms of Articles of Incorporation. Section 16. Amendment of Articles of Incorporation. Section 17. Grounds when articles of incorporation or amendment may be rejected or disapproved. Section 18. Corporate name. Section 19. Commencement of corporate existence. Section 20. De facto corporations. Section 21. Corporation by estoppel. Section 22. Effects on non-use of corporate charter and continuous inoperation of a corporation.
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Articles of Incorporation for a General Stock Corporation ARTS GS
 
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Visit: http://legal-forms.laws.com/business/california/articles-of-incorporation To download the Form ARTS-GS Articles of Incorporation for a General Stock Corporation in printable format and to know about the use of this form, who can use this Form ARTS-GS Articles of Incorporation for a General Stock Corporation Form and when one should use this Form ARTS-GS Articles of Incorporation for a General Stock Corporation. To download various legal form visit: http://legal-forms.laws.com/
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How to fill out the Articles of Incorporation for a Corporation Sole
 
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Here is a training video for how to fill out the Oregon Articles of Incorporation for your Corporation Sole.
Are Articles Of Incorporation And Bylaws The Same Thing?
 
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Bylaws are also private documents that are not filed with any government agency, while the articles of incorporation are public documents that must be filed with the state agency where the corporation becomes incorporated (e.g. with the states secretary of state). Bylaws for the managing board bylaws supervisory chairmans committee of audit compliance innovation and finance in canada is notice articles same thing as incorporation? The a company are what many people refer to 'bylaws' deal with such things procedure calling general meetings shareholders, appointment directors, directors' duties, officers (e. Articles of association bylaws siemens global website. Although bylaws vary from organization to organization, they typically contain a few of the same basic elements states started providing generic articles incorporation forms, where just wrote state minimum requirements on form. One of its drawbacks, though, is there sometimes a conflict between it and the corporation's articles incorporation bylaws in corporate governance, company's association (aoa, called some jurisdictions) document which, along with memorandum (in cases where exists) form constitution, defines responsibilities directors, kind business learn basics about your nonprofit's important organizational documents articles, bylaws, first minutes. Articles of incorporation are also referred to 28 mar 2017 one thing that should be emphasized is the ease with which a shareholder agreement can formed and amended, unlike bylaws articles documents. A corporation's articles of incorporation are different than bylaws in that they provide basic information regarding an organization's purpose. Articles of incorporation must contain pertinent information such as the firm's name, street address, agent for service process, and amount type stock to be issued. With the state's secretary of state) nonprofit organizations use bylaws and articles incorporation for same purposes as profit corporations. However, nonprofits must include and comply with 17 oct 2012 leading nonprofit attorney explains the difference between articles of incorporation (certificate formation) bylaws 26 sep 2017 are both important documents relating to a corporate business. Like any corporation, the bylaws provide nonprofit's operating rules, such as officer election and length of tenure, voting procedures hiring practices. Articles of incorporation and by laws non stock corporation. Bylaws, on the other hand, contain information about rules and regulations that govern a corporation bylaws are also private documents not filed with any government agency, while articles of incorporation public must be state agency where becomes incorporated (e. President, the constitution of a corporation are core documents. Bylaws differ from the articles of incorporation legalflip. One way to think about the difference it liken between constitution and individual laws. The articles of incorporation, 19 jun 2017. These documents l i think w
Legal Document Conversion Series - Articles of Incorporation (Long)
 
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Legal Document Conversion Series featuring the conversion of Restated Articles of Incorporation with Headings and marked for a Table of Contents (TOC) to 4 Levels. http://lemel.us/philsblog/legal-document-conversions-video-demo-of-articles-of-incorporation/
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Articles of Amendment -- 60 Second Business Tip
 
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http://www.nchinc.com/ If you need to make a change to your corporation or LLC, the typical way to do so, would be to file Articles of Amendment. The filing of Articles of Amendment can change the following information: Name and address of the registered agent, principal office address, names and addresses of directors or members, description of business activities, number of authorized shares, AND any other information included in the Articles of Incorporation or Articles of Organization. The articles of amendment need to be filed with the governing agency for your incorporation state. Furthermore, the only way to change the legal name of a corporation or LLC is to file an amendment to the Articles of Incorporation or Organization. To learn more, contact a Nevada Corporate Headquarters representative at 1-800-508-1729.
An Overview of Corporations
 
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DocBuilder.com provides a very brief introduction to Corporations. DocBuilder.com is the premier internet source for Articles of Incorporation, LLC documents and business resolutions. DocBuilder.com can meet your legal needs.
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION CANADA - FEDERAL INCORPORATION DONE RIGHT
 
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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION CANADA FEDERAL GET YOUR EXTREMELY VALUABLE CORPORATE WEALTH ACCUMULATING REPORTS. If you are thinking of completing your articles on incorporation in Canada be sure to go to http://corptaxpro.ca for free corporate wealth accumulating reports such as "THE SEVEN HUGE ADVANTAGES OF USING A CORPORATION TO ACCUMULATE WEALTH" and "WHY YOU MAY BE KEEPING CRA LAUGHING." If your small business is making over $50,000 per year and you are seeking for the straight answers about if incorporating your new or existing business in Canada is suitable for you and your family then you are at the right place. Regrettably, a lot of people consider their business is too small or they are presuming it is too much of a change and there may possibly be a downside. As a consequence, substantial amounts of capital are being lost every year to taxes and for other reasons. Benefits of Incorporating When you establish your new corporation in Canada, the benefits start with an immediate tax holiday which is the likelihood of deferring taxes for up to two years after setting up a new corporation. On top of that, the final amount of combined business and personal income tax paid will be much less than your current amounts. What an amazing boost to cash flow! Personal tax reduction is due to dividend tax credits which are used to decrease the tax liability from personal income taken from a corporation. When this is combined with income splitting with family members you have what we call a corporate rocket, which is to say, a money accumulating situation. More Benefits of Federal Incorporation in Canada Substantial tax savings and tax postponements year after year. Corporations frequently save and postpone tens of thousands of dollars of tax per year. The owners (shareholders and directors) are not personally responsible for corporate income tax unless they conspire to strip off resources from the company to avoid corporate tax. Other exceptions include non-compliance penalties for not filing tax returns. The corporation is automatically deemed to be a business for profit. Concerns such as whether or not an undertaking could be deemed by Canada Revenue Agency as a personal non-business activity, do not exist. Any type of business activity (consulting, services, ventures for profit) can be transferred to a corporation for tax favoured treatment and asset protection. Liability for corporate acts and debt are as a rule limited to the corporation. Personally exposed liabilities can be transferred to corporations except those interrelated to professional activities. Please note that some legislation requires the personal liability of directors for situations such as safety issues, unlawful acts, environmental regulations and fiduciary accountability to the corporation. There is a much higher degree of privacy and non-disclosure for private corporations' activities than for personal dealings. Institutions must deal with corporate and personal assets as separate holdings. There is more flexibility for matters such as protection of assets, transferring or sales of assets to or from a corporation, estate planning, asset continuity and payments to family members. The actuality that a business is a corporation frequently results in an increase in business. A corporation is often perceived as an reputable, durable business in comparison to an unincorporated business. A corporation has a perpetual reality. It continues on after the death of the individual. A few minutes speaking to one of our veteran tax professionals about if incorporating in Canada is suitable for you may transform your life. Inquire about the great benefits of a tax holiday for new corporations and how income splitting works. Learn how to incorporate in Canada the right way! Before you complete your articles of incorporation go to http://corptaxpro.ca and get your free corporate wealth accumulating and anxiety saving reports.
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Corporate Record Binder Overview Part 1
 
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This Corporate Overview will give you a clear understanding of your corporate records. Corporate records consists of your organizing documents (Articles of Incorporation), Bylaws, Minutes, Resolutions, Stock Ledger and issuance of stock certificates. We even explain the importance of your corporate seal (embosser). This informative video will bring your Corporate Binder to life.
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Top 10 Things Every LLC Needs - All Up In Yo' Business
 
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10. Agreements. Whether they are service agreements, independent contractor agreements, subcontractor agreements, etc., most small businesses are going to need some sort of an agreement in place to operate safely (in the legal sense) and effectively. The type of small business you have will determine the types of agreements you will need to have in place. For example, as an attorney, I have a service agreement (called an Engagement Letter) with each and every client that makes it clear what I am going to be doing for the client, my fees, how the client can expect to be billed, what I expect or need from the client, my policies that affect the client, what happens if there is a disagreement between us, and so on and so forth. Most, if not all, small businesses that provide a service to their customers should, at a minimum, at least have a similar type of service agreement with their clients. It protects both the small business and the client. 9, 8, & 7. Licenses. Specifically, Tax Licenses, Business Licenses, and Other Licenses. Honestly, they are all equally important and depend largely on the nature of your small business. 6. Form 2553 (S Corp). This is the IRS form that needs to be filed if you want your small business to elect to be taxed as an S Corporation. Whether or not you need to file form 2553 is going to depend on whether it would make sense for you tax-wise to elect to be taxed as an S Corp. 5. Insurance (General Liability, Workers Comp, etc.). Every small business is going to need some type(s) of insurance. The type of insurance your small business will need also depends on what type of business you are operating. 4. Initial Resolution/Consent. Although this isn’t necessary (at least in Colorado) for all small businesses, it is usually a good idea to have an Initial Resolution or Initial Consent to Action when starting a small business in order to demonstrate that your business has adopted certain documents, like it’s Operating Agreement or Articles of Organization, and that you as the business owner have resolved to operate your business in accordance with those documents. 3. Form SS-4 (Federal Tax ID). IRS Form SS-4 Application for Employer Identification Number is the form that you file with the IRS to get a Federal Tax ID number (aka EIN or Employer Identification Number) for your small business. 2. Operating Agreement or By-Laws. Every LLC needs an Operating Agreement. Let me say that again in case you missed it: every LLC needs an Operating Agreement. Even if it is not required by statute (Colorado does not require it), it is still a vital internal document for your small business to have. An Operating Agreement is the internal document where the owner or owners (aka the members) agree on how the business is going to be operated, i.e., type and nature of business; what the business is going to do; how members are going to get paid; how distributions are going to be made; what will happen in the event of disagreement between the members; etc. All of this information is set forth in the Operating Agreement. The By-Laws of a corporation serve basically the same purpose as the Operating Agreement of an LLC. 1. Articles of Organization (or Articles of Incorporation). Every single LLC in existence must have Articles of Organization. I can say this with complete certainty because you will need to file Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State in order to create your LLC. Bottom line: if you did not file Articles of Organization, then you don’t have an LLC. Similarly, every corporation in existence must have Articles of Incorporation. The Articles of Organization or Incorporation are what brings the LLC or corporation into a legal existence. Without them, your small business, whether it is a corporation or an LLC, does not legally exist. Contact Aiden and learn more at www.180lawco.com. [email protected] | 720-379-3425 Thumbs up & subscribe if you want more AUIYB! Follow Me! IG: @allupinyobusiness Twitter: @_AllUpInYoBiz www.facebook.com/180lawco www.google.com/+aidenkramerlawAUIYB www.pinterest.com/AUIYB The information provided in this video should not be construed or relied on as legal advice for any specific fact or circumstance. Its content was prepared by 180 Law Co. LLC, with its principal office located at 50 S. Steele Street, Suite 250, Denver, CO 80209. This video is designed for entertainment and information purposes only. Viewing this video does not create an attorney-client relationship 180 Law Co. LLC or any of its lawyers. You should not act or rely on any of the information contained herein without seeking professional legal advice. All Up In Yo’ Business® is a registered trademark of 180 Law Co. LLC. ©180 Law Co. LLC. All rights reserved.
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[CORPORATION CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES]  TITLE II - INCORPORATION OF PRIVATE CORPORATIONS
 
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INCORPORATION AND ORGANIZATION OF PRIVATE CORPORATIONS Section 10. Number and qualifications of incorporators.  Section 11. Corporate term.  Section 12. Minimum capital stock required of stock corporations.  Section 13. Amount of capital stock to be subscribed and paid for the purposes of incorporation.  Section 14. Contents of the articles of incorporation.  Section 15. Forms of Articles of Incorporation.  Section 16. Amendment of Articles of Incorporation.  Section 17. Grounds when articles of incorporation or amendment may be rejected or disapproved.  Section 18. Corporate name.  Section 19. Commencement of corporate existence.  Section 20. De facto corporations.  Section 21. Corporation by estoppel.  Section 22. Effects on non-use of corporate charter and continuous inoperation of a corporation ********************* Support the Lex in Motion Community through the official merch store. Wear the perks and perils of being a law student in the Philippines loud and proud: https://shopee.ph/lexinmotion Or you can give directly to the charities we support here: http://www.lightfam.com/index.php/about-us/ministries
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Virginia LLC - Formation Documents
 
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Step-by-step instructions: https://www.llcuniversity.com/virginia-llc/forms/ To form an LLC in Virginia, file your Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State. Virginia Articles of Organization: https://www.scc.virginia.gov/publicforms/322/llc1011.pdf Request for Certified Copy: https://www.llcuniversity.com/wp-content/uploads/VA-LLC-Request-for-Certified-Copy.pdf The name of the LLC Formation Document for the state of Virginia is called the Articles of Organization. This document is not complicated and contains basic information, including listing your Registered Office and Registered Agent. [=================================] -- COMMERCIAL REGISTERED AGENT -- We recommend Northwest Registered Agent: https://www.llcuniversity.com/go/virginia-registered-agent/ (using a Registered Agent offers a degree of privacy when forming your Virginia LLC) [=================================] -- FILING FEE -- $100 -- CERTIFIED COPY -- $3.50 -- ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT -- Check or Money Order [=================================] -- ORIGINAL SIGNATURES REQUIRED -- When submitting your Articles of Organization to Virginia, it must contain original signatures. The State will not accept a photocopy of your Articles of Organization. It is a good idea, however, to make a copy of your Articles of Organization. Keep that copy with your business records and then mail the original to the State. [=================================] -- FILING INSTRUCTIONS -- Mail your Virginia Articles of Organization, your Request for Certified Copy and your check or money order for $103.50 made payable to the “State Corporation Commission” to: Clerk of the State Corporation Commission PO Box 1197 Richmond, Virginia 23218-1197 [=================================] -- APPROVAL TIME -- Once you mail the filing fee of $100, along with your Articles of Organization, the State will review & process your paperwork. If there are any issues, the State will mail back a letter with instructions on what needs to be corrected. If there are no issues with your filing, the State will mail back a Certificate and a Receipt in approximately 10-15 business days. The Certificate and the Receipt will be mailed to your Registered Agent. [=================================] -- WHAT DOES APPROVAL LOOK LIKE -- The Certificate is a document stating that your LLC is now authorized to do business in the State. The Receipt shows proof of payment and also contains your State Corporation Commission ID Number (SCC ID Number). This is a number that is unique to your LLC that you will need when filing taxes and paying your Annual Registration Fee. Do not order your EIN (Federal Tax ID Number) or start to use your LLC for any business purposes until your LLC has been approved. [=================================] -- ANNUAL REGISTRATION FEE -- As part of the ongoing requirements for your LLC, Virginia requires that you pay an Annual Registration Fee. Every year, the State will send you a Payment Voucher approximately 2 months before your payment is due. The Payment Voucher will be sent to your Registered Agent, and it will include instructions for mailing your Annual Registration Fee. Even if the State does not send the Payment Voucher, you are still responsible for paying the Annual Registration Fee. If you do not receive the Payment Voucher from the State, you should contact them at the number below this video. The Annual Registration Fee is $50 and it will first be due one (1) year after your LLC's approval. It will be due before the last day of your anniversary month. Your anniversary month is the month shown on your Certificate. [=================================] -- PENALTIES -- Failure to pay your Virginia LLC's Annual Registration Fee on time will result in late fees. Even worse, the State will dissolve (shut down) your LLC if you are more than 3 months late. We don't mean to scare you, but this is a State requirement and Virginia does take it seriously. [=================================] -- VIRGINIA SECRETARY OF STATE -- Phone: 804-371-9733 (option 2, then option 3 = name assistance) Hours: M-F, 8:15am – 5:00pm ET Email: [email protected] Website: http://www.scc.virginia.gov/contact.aspx [=================================] -- NEXT STEP -- Once your LLC is approved you can proceed to the next Lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtmC8IlHAC0 [=================================] -- DISCLAIMER -- This information is provided for educational purposes only and in no way constitutes legal, tax, or financial advice. For legal, tax, or financial advice specific to your business needs, we encourage you to consult with a licensed attorney and/or CPA in your state. LLC University® is a registered trademark of LLCU Media Group, LLC. © LLCU Media Group, LLC. All rights reserved. https://www.llcuniversity.com [=================================]
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#003  Notarize the  Article of  Incorporation  & Deposit capital - Start Business in Tokyo
 
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Once you decided about the company’s information, let’s draft the Article of Incorporation. In case of Kabushiki Kaisha, you need to notarize the Article of Incorporation at the Public notary office. After you notarize the Article of Incorporation, you need to deposit initial capital into your personal bank account. At this moments, your company is not incorporated yet, so you do not have company’s bank account. You can open your company’s bank account after you set up your company. You need to submit a copy of bank passbook with other necessary documents to the Legal Affairs Bureau. ******* Sadywell Japan Tax & Accounting: http://en.sadywell.com Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SadywellJapan My name is Sadayasu Ito, a Japanese certified tax accountant. I am helping those who wish to start business in Japan. For instance, if you have any of the following problems, please let me know. I am happy to help you. I want to set up a company and start business in Japan I need to file tax returns but do not know how to do it. I want someone to do my company’s bookkeeping. I want to know how I can save my tax. I want to acquire or renew my visa. For more details of our services, please visit our website: http://en.sadywell.com Contact information skypeID: sadywellj E-mail: [email protected] From Oversea: +81-3-4405-6009 From Japan: 03-4405-6009
Views: 440 Win-Win Japan
Florida LLC - Filing Forms & Documents
 
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Step-by-step instructions: https://www.llcuniversity.com/florida-llc/forms/ To form an LLC in Florida, file your Articles of Organization with the Division of Corporations. Articles of Organization (you as Registered Agent): http://form.sunbiz.org/pdf/cr2e047.pdf Articles of Organization (Northwest Registered Agent): https://www.llcuniversity.com/wp-content/uploads/FL-LLC-Articles-of-Organization-NWRA.pdf If you are hiring a different Commercial Registered Agent (other than Northwest Registered Agent), you need to obtain their signature on your Articles of Organization before filing with Florida. [=================================] -- COMMERCIAL REGISTERED AGENT -- We recommend Northwest Registered Agent: https://www.llcuniversity.com/go/florida-registered-agent/ (using a Registered Agent offers a degree of privacy when forming your Florida LLC) [=================================] -- FILING FEE -- $125 (unless additional documentation is ordered) -- ACCEPTED FORMS OF PAYMENT -- Check or Money Order [=================================] -- FILING INSTRUCTIONS -- Mail Articles of Organization with your check or money order made payable to the “Florida Department of State” to: Registration Section Division of Corporations P.O. Box 6327 Tallahassee, FL 32314 [=================================] -- FLORIDA SECRETARY OF STATE -- 850-245-6051 http://sunbiz.org/ [=================================] -- NEXT STEP -- Once your LLC is approved you can proceed to the next Lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XtmC8IlHAC0 [=================================] -- DISCLAIMER -- This information is provided for educational purposes only and in no way constitutes legal, tax, or financial advice. For legal, tax, or financial advice specific to your business needs, we encourage you to consult with a licensed attorney and/or CPA in your state. LLC University® is a registered trademark of LLCU Media Group, LLC. © LLCU Media Group, LLC. All rights reserved. https://www.llcuniversity.com [=================================]
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Articles of organization LLC Form
 
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Download FREE LLC Form only at http://formdownload.org/forms/secretary-of-state/llc-formation/
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FECORE COMMITTED PERJURY FILING ARTICLE OF INCORPORATION #SameTeam #FEOffensive #TravelingGypsies
 
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My Suggestion to you Ballers: Go to Fecore website and print it out and send that in with your complaint. Print out the section where they ask for membership fees to be part of their charitable organization. Print out the Flat Earth International Conference page where they clearly host the conference for profit. And send that in with the complaint form. FECORE A non profit can't charge you to be part of their church services. State Of Indiana Complaint Form: https://faqs.in.gov/hc/en-us/articles/115005230348-How-do-I-file-a-consumer-complaint- IRS Complaint Form: https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/irs-complaint-process-tax-exempt-organizations
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