To sue a corporation, all you need to do is name the corporation as the defendant and have the sheriff serve the registered agent of the corporation after filling the suit in the county of the registered agent. You can find the registered agent on the Georgia secretary of state website.
Under the law, every business is supposed to have a business license. You should contact the city or county government for your business location and inquire about the business license requirements from your government entity.
I recommend that a person retain the services of an attorney to organize a limited liability company. While a person is not required to use an attorney, a business attorney can provide valuable advice regarding the legal requirements for formation and operation of the entity. After being properly...Read more »
Changing the name of a corporation does not convert the corporation into a different one. It simply would be the same corporation with a different. You would not necessarily need to dissolve the old corporation. You could form a new corporation if you do not want to use the existing one. This...Read more »
My LLC is an event production agency and am looking at producing a major festival in my area. However, I would like the sponsors to be appealed by the fact that their donation would be a tax write off. The name of the non-profit would hold the event title and it would contract my LLC to produce the... Read more »
A non-profit corporation is not necessarily tax exempt. To become tax exempt, a non-profit corporation must file the required application with the IRS. For a tax exempt corporation to maintain the exempt status once it has been obtained, it must operate in accordance with the applicable laws...Read more »
I need to understand the taxes that would need to be paid. For example, if I sell my business for 1 million dollars and pay a 10% commission and $5K in closing costs would taxes be on the gross sale or the net profit.
Also, my business is in the state of Georgia. It will be an asset... Read more »
With the kind of money you mentioned, I strongly recommend that you retain and consult with a tax attorney or CPA familiar with these issues. How the sale is structured might make a difference in the tax consequences.
Already have a registered and insured business license and ein for a remodeling and installation business. I was offered a field service vendor agreement to do lawn care, from another business. It is required that I have a registered and insured business licensed with the state, can I piggy back of... Read more »
I cannot provide legal advice about your particular situation. However, here is some general information. If your business is operated using a corporation or limited liability company, unless your articles of incorporation or organization or other organizational documents prohibit it, you might...Read more »
Be careful swearing out a criminal warrant, if this is just a CIVIL matter. You can be exposing yourself to a lawsuit. If you have a trusted friend who is a local lawyer, contact that person for guidance. THEFT is not incompetence. Plus, if your agreement was all VERBAL, and no written performance...Read more »
My company told me to go to Arkansas to go help out and I would get 10 dollars a hour for traveling fee and 12 dollars a hour for working there and I was supposed to get my money on July 10th so I could have my rent paid. I worked 72 hours and have a copy of my time card. It's the 28th now and I... Read more »
If you are looking for something that allows you to search only for matters closed because they were settled out of court, I am not aware of any such list. Each clerk of court has some online access to cases that have been filed in each county. You might be able to search those for cases...Read more »
29 over the limit gets you a hefty fine, and 4 points. Depending on the roadway you were on, this may also trigger a GA super speeder ticket, which is a $200 TAX that is assessed by the State of Georgia, AFTER your traffic ticket is resolved.
Hiring a traffic lawyer, who is familiar with...Read more »
Sent letter requesting change. Request was denied. Letter said, "Incorrect for format: Entity needs to file a restatement to change from a non-profit to a profit corporation. Please see code 14-3-1006 for filing restated articles."
I'm confused on exactly what needs to be done. There... Read more »
There are technical requirements with which you must comply to file restated articles. If you wish to do this without retaining the services of an attorney, you will need to research and follow the applicable statute. I recommend that you retain the services of an attorney to help you with this...Read more »
Not legally. Each state taxes citizens and businesses on their regulated products that are fueled by addictions. Booze, cigarettes, drugs, marijuana --- are easy targets for legislators to generate tax money.
When you get a regulated product in a less costly state, and bring it here to GA,...Read more »
i know there is a dividend distribution for the s-corp but i just want to get more in depth of how i am going to pay myself , if i should open a business account and write my self a check or set up a wire transfer from my business account?
Generally, with an S corporation, if you are working in the business, you would have to pay yourself a reasonable salary and the balance of profits could be distributed to you as the shareholder. You should consult with a certified public accountant or tax attorney regarding your obligations with...Read more »
One of the co-owner/shareholder has his wife working as the accountent and doing payroll? My hours and an employees hours have been changed and done incorrectly. As well as ive been told as a shareholder the other shareholder could fire me as an employee and i wouldnt be allowed to be in shop
I visited A Preferred Women's Health Center on November 18, 2016 to to get help with an unwanted/unwanted pregnancy. I made my payment to the facility before being seen by a doctor(their policy). They did some blood and urine test on me and later asked me to take have an ultrasound there, which I... Read more »
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