If you have an LLC, regardless of whether it is taxed as a single member; partnership; sub-Chapter S or Chapter C entity, the “Completing your LLC Minute Book” video will walk you through the important initial meeting as well as lay the groundwork for on-going compliance. Please review the SAMPLES for examples of some of the LLC meetings and minutes paperwork.
If you have a Corporation (either a C or an S), this is NOT the video for you. Please select the Completing your Corporation Book from your modules on your personal web page.
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 already have an operating agreement for your company, share certificates and company seals, then you DO NOT need the minute book above. You probably only need the Minutes and Meetings Workbook with templates. Click on this link and use the code PM2009 to get a 50% discount on the prices shown.
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Many people ask about the information on the Data Sheet page in their minute Book. Watch this video for more details.
Foreign Registration and Certificate of Good Standing
If a company is established in one state and needs to also be registered in another state, this process is called Foreign Registration. For example, if your LLC is set up in Nevada or Delaware and you live in another state, you may find that opening a bank account in your state requires you to register the NV / DE LLC in your home state, or if your web site sales product supplier requires you to obtain a sales permit in your home state, you will have to register the NV / DE LLC there too.
You start by obtaining a short form Certificate of Good Standing in the state where your LLC is established.
The next step is to complete the application for foreign registration from your State’s department responsible for entity formation. This is typically the Secretary of State or Department of Business Services. This form will need to be printed out and sent to the address on the form along with the Certificate of Good Standing you obtained in the previous step.
Or, contact us and we can do the registration for you.