Whether you have incorporated your client’s new business or are in the processing of incorporating it, Corporate Kits can contribute to keeping a company of any size running smoothly. How so, you might ask? Its contents. A quality corporate kit will generally include:
- A corporate binder with an embossed corporate name,
- tab dividers,
- articles of incorporation,
While the California Secretary of State is NOT accepting future filings for 2014, Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. is!
It is important to note that the 2013 tax cutoff date is just around the corner – December 17th, 2013. Any filings sent on or after this date will be considered a 2014 filing and will not be subject to 2013 taxes.
Send us your 2014 filings and our experienced team will send the filings to the Secretary of State NOW! The state will review and hold the name of the company until the specified future file date. If there is an issue with the documents, our highly trained staff will work with you to resolve the issue. Once resolved, the updated documents will be resubmitted to the state for the specified future file date.
Attention: This year, the California Secretary of State is not accepting LLC future filing for January 1, 2014. Unlike last year, the S.O.S. will not accept an attachment to the Articles of Organization with a future file request date. For more information, contact one of our experienced business filing specialists today.
Wondering what to get a client or firm partner as a present this holiday season? Corporate kits make the perfect gift for a boss, colleague, or client. And what’s more, as a crucial element in any business, they are useful and provide a professional, convenient place to store important documents.
A quality corporate kit generally will include: a corporate binder with an embossed, corporate name, tab dividers, articles of incorporation, corporate minutes, stock transfer ledger, stock certificates, and corporate bylaws.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. has been the leading choice of top attorneys, financial advisors, CPAs, enrolled agents, and business professionals to help complete the incorporation process for more than 35 years. If you have just incorporated your client’s new business and are in the market for a quality corporate kit, look no further than a Attorneys Corporation Service. Our customized corporate kits can be used for all of your business’s needs, no matter what type of entity, or which state the business is located in.
If you’ve filed the Articles of Incorporation, complete the process for your client with one of our fully customized Kits. Using the highest quality products available, our kits are a great organizational tool which will allow you and your client to conveniently fulfill corporate obligations – keeping the records, certificates, and corporate seal needed to run a business in one easy to access kit.
We offer two distinct sets of kits: Boxed and All-In-One, with several variations of each.As for the display, you can choose from an elegant slipcase style or a legal size box.
All Corporate Kits Include:
Sometimes your client is not interested in forming an LLC or corporation. Whether it is for financial reasons or a personal preference, you need to find another solution for your client’s new business. The answer might be in the form of a fictitious name or “Doing Business As” (DBA). A DBA is a business name that is different from your client’s personal name, the names of your client’s partners, or the officially registered name of your client’s LLC or corporation. DBA names can also be called trade names or assumed names.
Unfortunately, your client cannot just go about operating a business under a different name without registering with the appropriate government agency. Each state has its own specific rules surrounding the filing of a DBA and you can learn more about a state’s specifications here on the SBA.gov website.
Do you ever discuss the benefits of paper stock certificates with your clients? Many corporate shareholders are interested in having a tangible copy of their ownership in a company, whether for display or personal preference and a stock certificate is just the answer.
A stock certificate is a document that substantiates the legal ownership of shares of stock in a corporation, or membership interest of an LLC, and many corporate lawyers and CPAs believe it is good idea for a client to be prepared to provide stockholders with stock certificates. Stock or membership certificates are made out to the shareholder and identify the issuer, the number of shares/ interest, the par value, and the stock class.
There are certain advantages to holding a physical certificate and many shareholders are informed by legal counsel or other advisors of the importance in holding onto a paper copy of the certificate certificates until if / when a decision decide to sell or transfer securities is made.
The benefits of holding a paper stock or membership certificate include:
When you are looking to incorporate your client’s new business and want same day service, look no further than Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. We can quickly incorporate a business in each of the 50 states. And ddraft and file your client’s Articles of Incorporation while we are at it.
Did you know that you can save time and money with our convenient Draft ‘n File® corporate filing service? Designed to make your legal or accounting practice even more efficient, we will prepare and file your client’s Articles of Incorporation while we are at work incorporating your client’s new business with the appropriate Secretary of State.
The 16th largest state in the United States, Arizona can be a great place to incorporate your client’s new business, whether it be a large or small one. Popular industries include tourism, mining, and manufacturing, but no matter your client’s designated industry, Attorney’s Corporation Service, Inc. can assist you in incorporating your client’s business in Arizona and taking advantage of Arizona’s multitude of business services.
To incorporate in Arizona, the business must submit Articles of Incorporation and a certificate of disclosure, which will include the corporation’s name. Arizona requires corporations to have names that can’t be confused with any domestic, foreign, profit and not-for-profit corporate names, forced fictitious names, or limited liability, registered trade and limited liability partnership names. Ask Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. to run a name availability check before you send over your Articles of Incorporation (or ask us to draw them up).
As many attorneys and CPAs who work with small and large companies are aware, sometimes a client decides to stop doing business. Whether that means dissolving a large corporation or small LCC, as your client’s representative it is up to you to file the appropriate paperwork with the Secretary of State and ensure that your client’s business is no longer operating and legal liability has been removed.
If you are looking to dissolve your client’s corporation or LLC, Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can help. We will quickly, accurately, and cheaply file your client’s dissolution so that you are freed up to focus on other aspects of the dissolution.
Filing the Articles of Dissolution will officially end the existence of the company and prevent your client from having to pay or file further annual fees and/or taxes on the company. As a helpful reminder, to file a dissolution and properly close your client’s company: