Subject to his/her fiduciary duty (and possible other applicable laws), a CEO is authorized to handle employment issues for the company, including setting salaries. However, there could be a written agreement (typically call a shareholder agreement (corporation) or an operating agreement (LLC))...View More
You cannot retroactively change the name of the organizer once the entity is filed with the secretary of state. However, keep in mind that "organizer" does not mean that person is actually an owner of the company. It is simply the person or entity that files the articles.
It depends on what you mean by "access," but either way you should revise the MOU to remove that language and specifically disclaim any type of partnership with the church, including limited partnership, limited liability partnership, etc.
The landlord gave us a 60 day notice to vacate which would extend our rental lease by 10 days after we verbally informed them we wouldn’t be extending. Can I submit a 30 day notice to vacate and refuse to pay the extended lease?
That is too much of an open-ended question for an online Q&A forum. You should consult with a local business attorney and have them draft a comprehensive operating agreement (if an LLC) or shareholders agreement (if a corporation).
I am a physician independent contractor doing locum jobs. I have my own LLC. I am having a new part-time job, what name should I put in that locum contract? My name or the business LLC name? Does it matter? Can I simply use my name and have the LLC name put on the W9? Thanks
It depends on what you mean by "add the LLC." In many instances, having a non-profit own a for-profit entity is a bad idea and can lead to the non-profit losing its tax exempt status. Discuss with an attorney who deals with non-profits.
If there was an enforceable agreement, whether orally, via e-mails or through a more traditional written agreement, it depends on the terms of the agreement. If there was not an agreement there cannot be a breach.
Will be investing into real estate next year with a friend. We both have our own separate LLCs that have been established over two years and have business credit. The problem is...the names of the companies aren't geared toward the business venture we are looking to do now (real estate). We... View More
The Domestic LLC will officially be registered with the GA Secretary of State as "XYZ Co. LLC". I'm just trying to find out if I'm required to file for a DBA/Trade Name to drop the LLC portion for any kind of advertising or just reference to the company in general.
I do a side business inventing and making products within a specific industry. My full time job wants me to sign an nda Claiming ownership of products and intellectual property made or invented during time of employment and “relating in any way to employers business”. The two industries are... View More
I opened a LLC in Georgia in 2014 with 2 members in the Articles of organization, me and my spouse. I also elected for an S-Corp status (2553 & 8832) the same year. Now I want to revoke the S-Corp election AND also convert the multi member LLC to a single member LLC (my spouse will no longer be... View More
No. There is no form to change to a single member LLC. You just transfer the membership interests to you from your spouse. And you do not need to record anything or file anything with the SOS unless you included ownership in the Articles of Organization.
I currently have a Georgia LLC doing video editing and will be moving to Michigan in a couple of months. Since I will be doing the work in Michigan I assume I would register there, but do I have to register as a foreign entity in Georgia? Will I end up paying tax to both states? How does that work?... View More
If you begin conducting business in Michigan and don't do do anything else with the company, you will need to register in Michigan as a foreign entity since it is a Georgia entity (regardless of where you reside). Assuming you will not be moving back to Georgia soon, it makes sense to just...View More
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