After you have filed Articles of Incorporation, what next?
Have you held an organizational meeting required by M.S. Section 302A.171?
Have you filed a Sub-S election with the IRS?
Have you issued stock certificates?
Do you need buy-sell agreement?
Minnesota Corporations Attorney
Since 1992, Attorney Gary C. Dahle has represented a variety of Minnesota corporations with respect to:
- application for IRC Section 501(c)(3) tax exempt status,
- employment issues,
- insurance issues,
- the sale of real property – including property acquired by gift,
- Minnesota Secretary of State filings, and
- the drafting and revising of Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, and Buy Sell Agreements.
If you need assistance with any aspect of Minnesota Corporations law in any Minnesota county, contact attorney Gary C. Dahle, at 763-780-8390, or email@example.com.
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