How to Form a Corporation in New York [NOOK Book]

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Protect yourself from personal liability, without the expense and delay of hiring a lawyer, by incorporating your business on your own. How to Form a Corporation in New York contains everything you need to legally incorporate in the state of New York. This book makes incorporating your business a simple process that doesn't drain your vital ...
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How to Form a Corporation in New York

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Overview

Protect yourself from personal liability, without the expense and delay of hiring a lawyer, by incorporating your business on your own. How to Form a Corporation in New York contains everything you need to legally incorporate in the state of New York. This book makes incorporating your business a simple process that doesn't drain your vital time and capital.

Complete with step-by-step instructions and the forms you need, this book makes forming your own corporation inexpensive and hassle-free.

This book explains in simple language:
--advantages and disadvantages of incorporating
--what type of corporation is best for you
--step-by-step procedures for incorporating
--tax registrations
--S corporations
--C corporations
--running your corporation
--how to get more information

It also includes:
--extensive law summaries for New York
--incorporation forms, minutes and resolutions you can use
--addresses and phone numbers for state contacts
--website addresses for more information
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402234026
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 12/1/2002
  • Series: Legal Survival Guides
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 27 MB
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Meet the Author

Mark Warda received his BA in Political Science from the University of Illinois in Chicago and his JD from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He has studied at the University of Oxford, England and in Barcelona and Cologne.

He has been a lawyer for over 25 years and has written or coauthored more than seventy self-help legal guides. He has recently returned to actively practicing law full time in addition to continuing to write from his Florida home.

Brette McWhorter Sember is a retired attorney and mediator who practiced law in New York. Her practice included consumer issues, bankruptcy, and Better Business Bureau mediation. She has taught classes about credit and debt for online universities and community education programs and frequently writes about credit and debt issues. Sember has authored over 30 other books and her work has appeared in over 200 publications. Her web site is BretteSember.com.

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Table of Contents

Using Self-Help Law Books-
Introduction
Chapter 1: What a Corporation Is -
Chapter 2: Deciding to Incorporate -
-Advantages
-Disadvantages
Chapter 3: Types of Corporations -
-New York Corporation or Foreign Corporation
-S Corporation or C Corporation
-Inc. or P.C.
-Not-for-Profit Corporations
Chapter 4: Start-Up Procedures -
-Filing Procedures
-Name Check
-Licenses
-Certificate of Incorporation
-Organizational Paperwork
-Corporate Supplies
-Tax Forms
-Bank Accounts
-Organizational Meeting
-Minute Book
-Shareholder Agreement

Chapter 5: Selling Corporate Stock-
-Federal Exemptions from Securities Laws
-New York Securities Laws
-Internet Stock Sales
-Payment for Shares
-New York Securities Registration
Chapter 6: Running a Corporation-
-Day-to-Day Activities
-Corporate Records
-Shareholder Meetings
-Board of Directors
-Bi-Annual Reports
Chapter 7: Amending a Corporation
-Certificate of Incorporation
-Bylaws
Chapter 8: Dissolving a Corporation
-Voluntary Dissolution
-Involuntary Dissolution
-Post-Dissolution
-Restoration of a Dissolved Corporation
-Bankruptcy
Glossary
Appendix A: Checklist -
Appendix B: Resources -
Appendix C: Corporate Fee Schedule -
Appendix D: Selected New York Corporation Statutes
Appendix E: Forms -
Index -
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