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If you change your business address in San Francisco, the following checklist is a good starting point for most businesses to make sure you update all of the necessary government agencies. 1. California Secretary Of State’ Office. You will need … Continue reading
More companies are incorporated in Delaware than any other state. In fact, half a million businesses, including more than half of all U.S. publicly-traded companies and 60% of Fortune 500 companies, have incorporated in Delaware. So why wouldn’t you form your corporation in … Continue reading
So your company’s life has come to an end. What now? Merely closing your doors is not enough to officially dissolve your company. You should consult with your attorney and tax professional as it varies from company to company, but … Continue reading
Startups often use equity to help attract and keep talented workers. This article outlines the differences and similarities of stock options and restricted stock purchase agreements and why most early stage startups which issue stock shortly after formation select restricted … Continue reading
In California, certain professions that require a state license are prohibited from forming a limited liability company or a traditional corporation and instead must incorporate as a professional corporation. If you do not elect to have your California professional corporation … Continue reading
In California, certain professions are prohibited from forming a limited liability company or a traditional corporation and instead must incorporate as a professional corporation. Professions that are required to be professional corporations include many of those that must have a … Continue reading
There are many reasons why more companies are incorporated in Delaware than any other state. This article highlights a few of the reasons why half a million businesses, including more than half of all U.S. publicly-traded companies and 60% of Fortune 500 … Continue reading
When forming a corporation in Delaware you will need to indicate on the certificate of incorporation the total amount of stock the corporation is authorized to issue. There are two schools of thought on how best to make this decision: 1. Only Authorize … Continue reading
Although California does not require a company to have written bylaws, below are six reasons why every business owner should invest in a strategically thought out set of bylaws for their company: 1. The Bylaws are the Company’s Legal Backbone. A … Continue reading
Business owners are often interested in incorporating in Delaware, but are uncertain of whether they can do so without having a physical office in the state. A business owner does not need a physical location to incorporate in Delaware, but … Continue reading
As a business owner, you face many challenges and expenses. One of the most important decisions is how to meet the legal requirements of you business while balancing the need to preserve time and capital. Below is a list of … Continue reading