Corporate bylaws and LLC operating agreements provide important guidelines for operating your business. These documents explain such things as how decisions will be made, when and how shareholder meetings are held, how to handle LLC ownership changes, and how shares of stock are issued. If you have more than one owner, you can also set the rules in case one wants to leave the business, sell their interest or dies. You can put your business succession plans into your operating agreement.
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