Along with corporation tabs, we offer custom binder tabs for LLCs and Partnerships, including LPs and LLPs. Our tabs provide an easy, convenient way to keep your business’s most important documents organized inside of our professional, hand-crafted LLC kits.
No matter what type of LLC you have formed for your client, Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can provide you with the business formation products that you and your client will need to keep the new business running smoothly. Read on for more information on the various LLC tabs for binders that we offer.
We have discussed the benefits of incorporating a business in Arizona (read more about the benefits here), including the business-friendly climate. However, if a corporation is not the ideal business entity for your client, you might want to consider the LLC. Many states allow for businesses to be formed as an LLC and Arizona is one of them.
Wondering what all the buzz around corporate kits is about? Corporate kits are a crucial element in your client’s new or already formed business — they provide a professional, convenient place to store the business’s most important documents. So whether your client’s business is in the process of incorporating or is already incorporated, contact Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. about a customized corporate kit for you or your client today.
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.
As our clients (attorneys, CPAs, and licensed professionals) are aware, every corporation and/or LLC needs an Employer Identification Number or EIN (also known as Federal Employer Identification Number or FEIN) when it comes time to file tax returns and/or serve other identification purposes. An EIN is the corporate equivalent of an individual’s Social Security Number and is issued to corporations and businesses who have to pay withholding taxes on employees.
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.
Many new businesses are formed each year and it seems that for our clients, experienced attorneys and CPAs, the question always is: which business entity is the best choice for my client’s new business? One somewhat new option available in many states is the LLC. State laws surrounding the formation of an LLC vary, but certain businesses (such as banks) generally cannot be LLCs. An LLC, or Limited Liability Company is a business structure allowed by state statute that combines aspects of a partnership and corporation. Each state may use different regulations and Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. is familiar with the rules regarding LLC formation in each of the 50 states. What’s more, Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. can form your client’s LLC in 24 hours.
Here are a few LLC advantages that might be making it so popular among new business owners:
Need to obtain information on a UCC filing ASAP? Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. has your solution: our quick and accurate UCC (Uniform Commercial Code-1) filing search. Required under Article 9 of the UCC, our clients (attorneys, CPAs, enrolled agents, and other licensed professionals) regularly request UCC Filings for their clients businesses, both small and large.
A UCC filing is a financial statement submitted to the Secretary of State that details your client’s corporate cash flow, internal rates of return, and balance sheets.
Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. has been assisting top attorneys, financial advisors, CPAs, enrolled agents, and business professionals with their client’s business formation needs for more than 30 years. Our services include incorporation and LLC formation, business name availability checks, UCC Filings, Registered Agents in all 50 states, and more.
Part of the incorporation process includes filing the Articles of Incorporation. If you’ve filed your client’s Articles (or asked us to on your behalf using our quick and efficient Draft n’ File service) and are waiting for confirmation papers from the Secretary of State, finalize the incorporation process with a customized Corporate Kit for your client. In one simple and convenient step — either online or over the phone — choose a kit from our elegant selection of professional corporate kits. Designed to fit your client’s specific needs, our corporate kits are manufactured in-house by our experienced team. This allows us to keep our costs competitive while never threatening quality.
Whether you have incorporated your client’s new business or are in the processing of incorporating it, it’s time to order a customized Corporate Kit. Beneficial to any businesses, a quality corporate kit will help you manage important corporate documents and provide you with corporate minutes and other paperwork required to maintain corporate status.
A customized corporate kit from Attorneys Corporation Service, Inc. generally includes:
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,