Q: What happens if I don’t conduct a Texas Annual Corporation Meeting and keep Minutes of the meeting?
A: If your corporation has not kept adequate Minutes of Shareholder and Board Meetings this could put your Corporation at risk.
Conducting a Meeting when you first begin operation of your Texas corporation, holding an Annual Corporate Meetings, and keeping Corporate Minutes of those Meetings are required by Texas corporate laws in order to keep corporate privileges.
The State of Texas may check to see if you’ve conducted Annual Meetings and kept Minutes, if legal or financial problems should affect your Corporation, such as during any State tax audits of any sort or lawsuits that arise against your corporation. By not fulfilling these Annual Corporate Minutes obligations could result in your corporate privileges being forfeited.
Once your corporation has been forfeited by the Secretary of State of Texas, you cannot legally conduct business as a corporation and may not sue or defend a law suit. Contracts made by a forfeited corporation can be voided at the option of the other party.
Our Texas Corporation Meeting Minutes Service consists of:
Texas Annual Corporation Meeting Minutes Service is $75 per corporation!
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