Articles of Incorporation provide the basic legal framework by which a company operates in a particular state or jurisdiction. Considered a public record, it codifies key business activities, owner names, and stock information for the company.
For an LLC, this document is referred to as an “operating agreement.”It describes the operational activities for the company as well as owner responsibilities.
To register a business as a separate entity, Articles of Incorporation must be filed with the Secretary of State’s office in the locale in which the company intends to do business. LLC’s, however, are not required to have an operating agreement or even file one.
Each state has its own requirements for the filing of forms. Accuracy in reporting application information is critical as errors and omissions can put a business at risk for legal issues.
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