How to Form a Corporation in Minnesota

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SphinxLegal, 2002 - 198 páginas
THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO FORMING YOUR OWN CORPORATION

This book takes the mystery out of creating a simple corporation. It translates difficult legal language into everyday English. It gives you practical guidance to deal with all of the State of Minnesota's legal requirements. Included are all the forms you must have and the costs to file each one.

This book has the tools you need to form your Minnesota corporation with a minimum of fuss. It has easy-to-follow instructions, addresses, phone numbers and web sites. Also, you will find tips on when you might want to consult a lawyer or other professional. This book is for people who are ready to get a corporation going quickly, correctly, and with as little time and expense as possible.

This book explains in simple language:
--Advantages and disadvantages of incorporating in Minnesota
--Running your Minnesota corporation
--Details of S-corporations and C-corporations
--The types of corporations
--Step-by-step procedures for incorporating
--How to get more information
--Corporate tax matters
--Minnesota and federal tax law
--Minnesota corporate law
--Operations of professional firms
--The sale of stock
--When to consult a legal professional
--The use of minutes and resolutions
--How to file with the secretary of state
--How to use stock certificates

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CORPORATIONS IN GENERAL
1
TYPES OF CORPORATIONS
11
STARTUP PROCEDURES
19
SELLING CORPORATE STOCK
45
RUNNING A CORPORATION
53
AMENDING A CORPORATION
59
SELECTED MINNESOTA CORPORATION STATUTES
69
CHECKLISTS
91
FEE SCHEDULE
101
INDEX
195
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D-M Boulay received her law degree from Hamline University, and is a mediator and arbitrator with a law practice that focuses on nonprofit organizations and businesses. She is admitted to practice law in Minnesota and before the U. S. Supreme Court. M s. Boulay is a Vietnam Veteran and former nurse, and resides in the Twin Cities.Mark Warda received his J.D. from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He practiced law in Clearwater, Florida, then gave up abusy practice to publish self-help law books. He has written or co-authored over fifty self-help law books, including How to Register Your Own Copyright and How to Register Your Own Trademark. Mark Warda has been a Florida attorney for over thirty years. He received his BA with Honors from the University of Illinois in Chicago and his JD from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He is the author of over seventy self-help law books. Today Mark is continuing to update his books and running Land Trust Service Corporation. He lives in Lake Wales, Florida with his wife Alexandra and his three year old son, Mark David. D-M Boulay received her undergraduate degree from Boston College, and both her Master's Degree in Nonprofit Management and her law degree from Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. A veteran of the Vietnam War and past critical care nurse, she started her own law practice 25 years ago. Since then, she has helped many other entrepreneurs to start and manage their own businesses. Ms. Boulay is an arbitrator and mediator of business disputes. She is past president of the Minnesota Association of Mediators and the Hennepin County Bar Association Section on Dispute Resolution. She is treasurer of the American Association of Nurse Attorney Foundation, a member of the Board of the National Youth Leadership Council, and a former trustee of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Minnesota. Ms. Boulay is a nurse attorney, small business owner, and coauthor of several Legal Survival Guides with Sphinx Publishing. She currently practicesin the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

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