Completing Your Corporation Minute Book

If you have a Corporation taxed as a sub-Chapter S or as a Chapter C, the Completing your Corporate Minute Book video will provide the guidance to complete your initial meeting paperwork as well as showing you how to stay in compliance.

New York Forms
New York Forms

If you have an S Corporation filed in the State of New York, this video will help with the CT-6 and 275a forms that you need to complete.

 

 

If you have an LLC taxed as under sub-Chapter S or Chapter C, this is NOT the correct training module for your company book.  Please select the Completing Your LLC Minute Book module from your list on your personal web page.

Single Member

If you are the only person in your company and you’re not sure about having meetings with yourself or why you need all this paperwork, we’ve recorded a short video discussion for you to watch.

If you are receiving an electronic minute book, please print the minute book and certificates, before you watch the videos.

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Completing your Corporation Record Book.

Corporations
Traditional Corporations

14 thoughts on “Completing Your Corporation Minute Book”

  1. Hi –

    I have a question regarding filing of the annual report for the State of North Carolina. When I checked the web site for North Carolina Secretary of State, it shows an LLC Annual Report was filed on 4/6/2010. Am I supposed to file another report? I know that seems like a dumb question, however, I have never gone through this proceedure before.
    Also, I have not received the package referred to in the videos. (The manual for minutes, the seal, etc.) If this has been sent, could you try to track it? If it has not been sent, please give me a ball park idea of when to expect it.

    Much Thanks !!!!

    Jim Myers

  2. Dear Wendy,

    Is there anything to do before I get the book from you? Thanks.

    aleksandr

  3. Hi this is James/Susie Alston with Bits And Pieces Inc.,My wife and I was wondering about the ownership forms of our company, do we have to send that form to anyone to be registered with the state?

  4. Hi this is James/Susie Alston with Bits And Pieces Inc.,My wife and I was wondering about the ownership forms of our company, do we have to send that form to anyone to be registered with the state?Statement of Information?

  5. I have received my Minute Book and Seal but I have not received the documents yet. So I will watch this video when they arrive. Thanks, Shauna Quiller

  6. Can you tell me where to find out if I have a S Corporation or a C Corporation. I’m getting confused. Maybe I don’t even need to know.

    Also I would like to change my email address to: dmar5geson95@gmail.com because it is the one I do business with.
    Thanks, Dorothy Margeson

  7. We have an regular LLC and not a using a Sub S or Chapter C at this time. Please inform us of which video we need to look at to finish our minute book.

    Thank you for your help,
    Cheryl Champa

  8. Hello Ben,

    Several points – the most important of which is that you do not have an S Corporation. You have a Limited Liability Company (LLC). If your accountant suggests that you would benefit from using the Small business tax election, they can prepare the 2553. However you should ask your accountant to explain the additional tax filings and paychecks required.

    That said,
    1 + 2. Nothing needs to be signed in front of a notary except for the secretarial certificate (not a certificate at all) and that page would be notarized by the bank if the bank requires it. The phrase is completed by adding your name – “by the Secretary to Ben Thielhorn”

    3. you will issue yourself certificate number 1 and write the number of units you’ve issued for the LLC. Most people write 100.

    4. LLCs can sell units (the LLC word for shares) although most small companies do not.

    5. See initial comments

    6. You may need to obtain a business license and you will need to pay the annual fee.

    Please join us for our Monday call if you can. The discussion would be helpful to others.

    Regards, Gary

  9. Hello Ben,

    Several points – the most important of which is that you do not have an S Corporation. You have a Limited Liability Company (LLC). If your accountant suggests that you would benefit from using the Small business tax election, they can prepare the 2553. However you should ask your accountant to explain the additional tax filings and paychecks required.

    That said,
    1 + 2. Nothing needs to be signed in front of a notary except for the secretarial certificate (not a certificate at all) and that page would be notarized by the bank if the bank requires it. The phrase is completed by adding your name – “by the Secretary to Ben Thielhorn”

    3. you will issue yourself certificate number 1 and write the number of units you’ve issued for the LLC. Most people write 100.

    4. LLCs can sell units (the LLC word for shares) although most small companies do not.

    5. See initial comments

    6. You may need to obtain a business license and you will need to pay the annual fee.

    Please join us for our Monday call if you can. The discussion would be helpful to others.

    Regards, Gary

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