Company formation law: how to register your business
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In this course you will learn why it is important to register your business with the state, how do register your business correctly, and how to choose the business entity (LLC vs corporation).
By the end of the course you will have a great idea of which business entity is right for you, be able to register it on your own, and do what is necessary to keep your business in good standing with the state in which it is registered. This will give you liability protection and protect your personal assets.
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|Section 1: Course introduction|
Course and insructor introductionPreview
Disclaimer: this course covers United States law ONLYPreview
|Section 2: Company formation|
Registering your business & liability protection
Difference between a partnership vs. shareholders vs. members
Member agreement vs. partnership agreement vs. shareholder agreementPreview
What if a partner or member or shareholder wants to quit?
Delaware registration: registering your business in Delaware vs. your own statePreview
Different types of business insurance & how to decide if you should buy it
How to dissolve a company if you need to close it
How to decide what business entity is right for you
What to consider when deciding to hire employees vs. contractorsPreview
Business bank account and maintaining other business formalities
Difference between an LLC and a corporation
What is a nonprofit organization
Difference between a nonprofit and a for profit
|Section 3: Conclusion|
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I bring nearly 10 years of legal experience to the table and can help you understand the difference between an LLC and a Corporation. I have drafted and reviewed the documents of formation, such as LLC Agreements, Shareholder Agreements, etc. I have also counseled individual clients in fee and salary negotiations as well as employment agreements.
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