More than Meets the Eye: Maintaining your S-Corp

After one starts a small business, he or she usually chooses to operate it as a corporation. If one doesn’t do this, the business is operated as an individual, and the owner’s personal assets are not shielded from business creditors. However, in order to maintain S-Corp status (a business’ corporation status), one must do more than just file articles of incorporation. The process may seem overwhelming, but one’s attorney will be present for the entire process. Essentially, a small business must keep their files with the State up to date, maintain Shareholders and establish corporate documentation. Here are the required […]

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