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1 Articles of Organization

In order to form a Limited Liability Company (LLC), Articles of Organization are required. The existence of the LCC begins upon the filing of the Articles of Organization by the Secretary of State.

The person or persons who execute the articles need not be members of the LLC, but such person will be called the "organizer" during the filing process. The articles include the designation of an Agent for Service of Process and a statement indicating whether the LLC will be managed by one manager or more than one manager or the members of the LLC. The articles may include a date on which the company is to dissolve.

Use this document to prepare the Articles of Organization for your Limited Liability Company.

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2 Company Laptop Payroll Deduction Authorization

If your company is providing you with a laptop to be used in conjunction with your employment, use this document to authorize a deduction from your last paycheck should you fail to turn in the company computer upon end of employment.

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3 Confidentiality Agreement

This form is for employers seeking to have an employee sign an agreement to maintain all of the company's secrets and proprietary information of the company. It asks the recipient to not share any of the information they learn while being employed with the company with any outside individuals both during the course of their employment with the company and for a certain number of years after leaving the company.

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4 Operating Agreement

An operating agreement must be entered into by the members of a Limited Liability Company either before or after filing the Articles of Organization to make the formation of the LLC valid.

The Operating Agreement governs the LLC's business as well as the member's financial and managerial rights. Use this document to draft your Limited Liability Company's Operating Agreement.

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5 Payroll Deduction Authorization

Use this document to authorize an employer to make specified deductions from an employee's paycheck. These deductions may be for a health care plan, a retirement account, union dues, insurance or other named sources. The frequency of each deduction is also customizable.

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6 Payroll Deduction Authorization for Cell Phone

If your company is providing you with a cell phone to be used in conjunction with your employment, use this document to authorize a deduction from your last paycheck should you fail to turn in the company cell phone upon end of employment.

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7 Reciprocal Confidentiality and Nondisclosure Agreement

A reciprocal confidentiality agreement is for the situation where multiple parties are sharing information with each other, and all parties wish for the information to remain confidential. Or not to be shared outside of the relationship. Use this document to require all parties to the contract to refrain from sharing specified information with outside parties, during the relationship and potentially after it ends.

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8 Termination of S Corporation Election

Subchapter S corporations can take advantage of direct pass-through taxation while maintaining limited liability. However, there are several reasons that companies may wish to revoke their Subchapter S election. For instance, they may want to issue more than one class of stock, or bring in new investors who are ineligible under the Subchapter S rules. Whatever the reason, a Subchapter S election can be revoked so long as shareholders holding more than 50% of the issued and outstanding shares of stock (including non-voting stock) consent to the election. The revocation must be made in a written statement that sets forth the corporation’s name, address, EIN, and number of shares of stock (including non-voting stock) issued and outstanding at the time the revocation is made. The revocation can also specify an effective date. If no date is specified, the revocation is effective at the start of the tax year if the revocation is on or before the 15th day of the 3rd month of that tax year, or the start of the next tax year if the revocation is made after the 15th day of the 3rd month of the tax year. This form allows companies to revoke their S corporation status. Once the completed form has been printed, you must complete the attachment by having all consenting shareholders enter their shareholder information and sign under penalty of perjury. Then mail the form to the IRS Center at the address indicated on the form. Prior to completing this form, be sure to consult your company bylaws, articles, and state rules to ensure that you complied with all corporate formalities in revoking Subchapter S status. If you have any questions, please consult an attorney in your area.

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