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Making changes to your company is often necessary, whether it be changing the Name of the Company, electing a certain tax status with the IRS, filing a Stock Amendment for a Corporation, or Adding or removing Owners or Shareholders from the company.
Some changes are simple and easy. In fact, some of them, such as changing an Operating Agreement for an LLC or changing the Bylaws for a corporation, are handled entirely internally and nothing needs to be filed with the State of Delaware at all. Others are more complicated and require paperwork, filings, and fees.
Over the course of this 60-minute webinar on Wednesday, February 26th, Harvard Business Services VP of Sales, Brett Melson, and our General Counsel, Jarrod Melson, will discuss the process for making a variety of changes to a Delaware LLC or corporation, including those mentioned above, as well as others.
We’ll touch on not only the process for making the changes, but also whether they involve fees, what your alternatives may be, and what other factors you should be considering.
Additional topics will also be covered, and our audience is invited to inquire about other types of changes during a live Q&A session.
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