Free Webinar: Delaware Corporation Basics

By Michael Kupfer Tuesday, July 28, 2020

webinarOn August 5th, 2020 at 2:00 PM EST, Harvard Business Services, Inc. is hosting a live webinar to better your understanding of how corporations are structured and what makes them different from other business entities, such as LLCs.

Many people are aware that an “Inc.” at the end of a company name indicates that it’s a corporation, but there is often confusion about what being a corporation actually means. What are the basic elements of a corporation? How does ownership work? There are many questions you may never have even thought to ask.

This webinar is designed to answer all of these questions and give you a thorough understanding of the different aspects of corporate entities. Whether you already own a company or are just thinking about forming one for the first time, we invite you to join us for this informative and interactive broadcast.

Among the topics covered will be:

  • Different types of corporations and tax status options
  • Relationship between shareholders, directors, and officers
  • Importance of corporate bylaws
  • Authorizing, buying and selling company stock

There will be much more as well, including a live Q&A with the audience where you can ask any questions you may have about corporation structure, ownership, and compliance.

Registration is limited, so register today to claim your seat!

REGISTER NOW

 

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