The Corporation Tickler: What It Is and How to Use It

What is the Corporation Tickler?  What’s it for?  Why do I need it? 

Not only does the Gold Embossed Deluxe Corporate Kit include:

  • Delaware Company Guidebook
  • Customizable By-laws
  • Meeting Minute Book
  • Organizational Resolutions
  • 20 Customizable Numbered Stock Certificates
  • Stock Transfer Ledger
  • Corporate Forms Disk
  • Corporate Seal (Lead-Cast Lettering, Fold-up style)

Another helpful organizational tool included in the Corporate Kit is the Corporate Tickler (p.17 of the Corporate Kit).  The Corporation Tickler is an asset used to help owners remember when certain things need to be done. It’s also a great place to keep track of all vital information for your corporation.  This allows you to keep up to date records on the identity, addresses, and information of shareholders, directors, the president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, as well as any other officers of the corporation.

Need to know when to hold the next annual meeting or the fiscal year end for the corporation?  It’s all right here: Up-to-date contact information for the company’s registered agent, accountant, attorney, banker, insurance broker, etc. can also be recorded on the Corporation Tickler—even something as simple as the location of the company seal, if it’s often recorded.  You don’t want get caught in a jam when you are in need of this invaluable corporate information.  Keep everything up-to-date on the Corporation Tickler, and keep it in a safe place.

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