All states require that a corporation keep correct and complete copies of its books and records, including minutes of shareholders’ and directors’ meetings. The states also all provide for the inspection of such books and records upon demand by a shareholder. Corporations have traditionally kept paper copies of required books and records in binders at the corporation’s headquarters. Corporation statutes have kept pace with the move to electronic recordkeeping with any computerized or other method of information storage and retrieval is acceptable so long as the information can be quickly retrieved and converted into paper form.
Corporate and LLC Kits
Conveniently store your company's documents in a binder.
Corporate Stock Certificates
Personalized certificates that specify the shareholders' ownership of the corporation's stock.
LLC Member Certificates
Document the ownership stake that your members have in the company and their share of ownership.
- Articles of Incorporation or Organization and any Amendments
- Bylaws and Operating Agreements and any older version up to three most recent years
- Minutes of Trustee and Director Meeting for the last three years
- All actions taken by Trustees, Partners, Directors, or Managers for the last three years
- Names and addresses of past and present Directors, Officers, Managers, Partners, and Trustees
- Financial records including Federal, State, and local taxes for the last three years
- Annual or Biannual reports and Statements for the last three years
- All documents filed with the Secretary of State