Describe the steps in filing a legal business organization. Give an example of one type of business.
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This is not a simple question. There are many types of business organizations, such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies. There are different reasons to select the type of entity that you would form for a particular business operation. It may also depend upon the number of owners, the type of business to be done, the expected volume of business to be done, etc. You should have a business plan in hand, and then consult with experienced legal counsel and accounting counsel to select the entity that you would like to form.
The other attorney is right on point here. This is a legal bulletin board to answer a specific question, not write a book. Try reposting your question with facts specific to your situation. Consult with an attorney in your area for specifics.
Kevin B. Murphy, B.S., M.B.A., J.D. - Mr. Franchise
As the others point out, there are a lot of choices as to entities and structure, and the choice of which entity(ies) and how that entity(ies) is structured depend on many variables. Below is an example of one of the more popular service we provide:
To form a Limited Liability Company
Find a Statutory Agent
Get a physical address in Arizona for the business
Draft the following:
Articles of Organization
Notice for Publication
Waiver of Notice and Minutes of Organizational Meeting
Then do this:
expedited filing at the Corporation Commission
Apply online for the EIN
Publish Notice three times
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