Please call us at (800) 462-4633. You will discover how Inc. Plan (USA) can execute critical administrative steps that can rapidly advance the success of your corporation.
Listed below are specific examples of events and situations that may arise in future months. Proper maintenance of your corporation will simplify your approach to each new development.
Your Corporate Bank Account
You will quickly need to open a company bank account in order to conduct your day-to-day business affairs. Payments and deposits to your corporation will be recorded in this account. In order to open your account, your selected financial institution will typically request a Corporate Resolution that authorizes the new account and designates the authorized signatories.
Lease or Purchase of Equipment
In order to operate your business professionally, it is critical to acquire telephone/fax systems, computers, copiers and other equipment. A Corporate Resolution is normally required by equipment suppliers in order to structure various forms of leasing and/or credit arrangments for these items.
Transactions Involving Real Property and Capital Expenditures
Your company’s Board of Directors and/or shareholders must formalize major financial decisions at annual shareholder meetings or at special meetings of the Board of Directors. Decisions concerning various proposed transactions are reviewed and agreed upon at these meetings. The corporation is required to retain minutes and/or Corporate Resolutions of the meetings in order to document the proceedings.
Changes in Management Structure and/or Responsibilities
Throughout the life and operation of your company, there may be shifts in ownership and key management personnel. Important changes in this area must be documented through Corporate Resolutions.
How Can Inc Plan (USA) help?
Take advantage of our many years of corporate experience.
For a modest fee, Inc. Plan (USA) will prepare a Corporate Resolution that will help you open a company bank account. We can also assist you with your corporation’s Annual Report, Minutes, Bylaws and other documents that are normally required by the potential lenders and investors that you will encounter in your business dealings.