Which individuals should use these documents?
Our legal documents help you through important life events, such as planning for your family’s future with an estate plan, caring for loved ones using a power of attorney, and selling and buying property with our real estate forms....
What is expedited filing?
Expedited filing is a popular option for corporations seeking to shorten the time it takes to receive approval of their articles of incorporation filed with the state. This option often results in time savings of two or three weeks, allowing the corporation to open its doors and start receiving revenue much faster. The requirements for using expedit...
Are landlords required to keep security deposits in interest-bearing accounts?
Many states require landlords to keep tenant security deposits in interest-bearing accounts. Often the rules include requirements for notifying tenants of the location of such accounts and related details. Below you will find a regularly updated table indicating whether landlords are required to maintain tenant security deposits in interest-bearing...
How long does the landlord have to return a security deposit?
Most states require landlords to refund security deposits they collect within a certain time frame after the tenancy ends. Landlords may subtract from the security deposit any proper deductions for repairs and other damages made according to the lease and state law. Below you will find a regularly updated table of how long landlords have to return s...
What is the maximum landlords may charge for security deposits?
Most states have imposed limits on how much landlords of residential leases may charge for security deposits, often capping deposits at an amount equal to one or two months' rent. Below is a recently updated table of security deposit maximums for all 50 states. State-by-State Deposit Limits Alabama One month's rent (excluding pet deposit, changes to...
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Can nonprofit corporations issue shares of stock?
Almost all states expressly prohibit nonprofits from issuing stock shares. This is because, unlike other types of corporations, nonprofits may not operate for profit. Therefore, there is no goal of increasing value for shareholders. Instead, profits get reinvested in the corporation. However, a few states do allow nonprofits to issue stock shares th...
What does the IRS class as a "Household Employee"?
"Household employees" are those that perform household work in your private, non-farm home (for example, child care, housekeeping, or gardening work). If you hire someone to do household work and you can control what work he or she does and how he or she does it, then you have a household employee....
Which corporate structure is best for multi members?
For multi-member corporations, the question of which structure is best comes down to the needs and priorities of the corporation. Size If a company elects to have an S corp status, then it will be limited to a maximum of 100 shareholders. If a company elects to have a C corp status, then it can have an unlimited number of shareholders. Also, due to...
What does the IRS class as an "Agricultural Employee"?
The Internal Revenue Service's classification of "Agricultural Employees" includes farm workers that raise or harvest agricultural or horticultural products on a farm, including raising livestock. It also includes those who work in connection with the operation, management, conservation, improvement, or maintenance of a farm and its tools and equipm...