SUCCEED 20 / 20 BUSINESS VISION PLAN
This plan is intended to guide you and your business from a to z which will create value for your business and make your business lendable for business funding.
STEP 6 - BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
Before filing your business, your business needs to be organized. Your articles, bylaws and operating agreement should be in place for the State filing.
ORGANIZE YOUR BUSINESS BEFORE FILING
Your business will need to organized first before proceeding with the State filing. Most people make this mistake when starting their business.
1. Do you need Articles of Organization or Incorporation?
The articles of organization or incorporation is a document that show proof of ownership. This document should identify all owners and the registered agent of the business.
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
Get your articles of incorporation to identify the business owners and the registered agent of the business. Your name on the Secretary of State will not stand up in a court of law when it comes to proving your ownership. Therefore, it is important to have a separate document that is notarized to prove your ownership in the business.
2. Do you need bylaws or operating agreement for your business?
Your business bylaws or operating agreement show how the business will operate and the total contributions on each partner or shareholder.
3. Do you need Ownership Certificates for your business?
Your business ownership certificates is another way to show proof of ownership in your business. Every business owner should have on record the ownership certificates.
Save money and get your Business Organization Package
Save a few dollars by getting the Business Organization Package. This package includes the business articles of organization or incorporation, bylaws or operating agreement, and the business ownership certificates.
Go to Step 7
Make sure your business has its paperwork first with notarized signatures before filing with the Secretary of State. After submitting your business filing form with your articles of organization, bylaws or operating agreement and ownership certificates,
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