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Feb
01
2012

Articles of Incorporation

Articles of incorporation are what legally create your corporation. They set forth things such as the name of the corporation, the purpose and who the founding members are. States have their own specific requirements on what must be contained in the Articles of Incorporation. Once completed, they are filed with the appropriate state body.

By-laws

By-laws are what govern the day to day operations for the corporation once it is founded. They typically set up the board of directors, officers and committees....

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A power of attorney is a written authorization to represent or act on another’s behalf in certain affairs, typically of a medical or financial nature. A power of attorney is the document which gives an agent or attorney-in-fact the authority to act on a principal’s behalf. A power of attorney can be drafted in a way so that the agent does not have any authority to act until such time the principal is incapacitated and unable to act for...

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