How to Form Your Own California Corporation
Incorporate your business in California Protect your personal assets By incorporating your business, you separate your personal and business assets―and shield your house, investments, and other personal assets from business creditors. There are other advantages as well, including easier access to capital, employee perks, and certain tax benefits. How to Form Your Own California Corporation offers step-by-step instructions on how to incorporate your small business in California. It shows you how to: file articles of incorporation prepare bylaws issue shares of stock, and set up a corporate records book. How to Form Your Own California Corporation makes the entire incorporation process easy. Like tens of thousands of California entrepreneurs have done over the last 30 years, you really can complete and file all the paperwork yourself. This edition is completely updated and revised to provide current regulations, tax requirements, contact information for relevant agencies, helpful resources, and the most up-to-date forms available.