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Enter your 1st and 2nd choices for the name of your new Texas Corporation.
Your new company name must include "Corporation", "Incorporated" or the abbreviation "Corp." or "Inc."
Your Corporation must have a physical address in Texas (not a PO Box)
Your Texas Corporation will legally start on the date your application is filed with the state of Texas and will continue until it is specifically terminated.
You may want to specify the dates on which the Texas Corporation starts and ceases to exist legally.
If you don't specify a Start Date the Texas Corporation will legally exist when the Articles of Incorporation are approved by the Texas Secretary of State.
If you don't specify an End Date the Texas Corporation will legally exist until it is specifically terminated.
Describe your business activity in 10 words or less.
Enter the number of shares of stock that the Texas Corporation will be authorized to issue.
The shares do not have to be actually issued but the Texas Secretary of State wants to know the number than can potentially be issued.
Unless you have a reason to authorize a specific number of shares, it's best to keep the number at a low level.
Depending on what you want to do in the future there may be some fees which are based on the total number of shares authorized.
If you're not sure how many shares to authorize leave the value at 1500.
The Par Value of a stock is the share price below which the Texas Corporation promises not to issue further shares.
Usually the Par Value will also be the initial trading price for the stock when it is introduced in the market place.
If you are not sure what the Par Value of the stocks should be then enter a low price.
REGISTERED AGENT INFORMATION
Your Texas Corporation must have a Registered Agent with an office in Texas.
A Registered Agent, also known as an Agent for Service of Process, receives all legal correspondence on your behalf.
Directors are the people who will set policies for the Texas Corporation and manage the business and its resources. A Texas Corporation must have at least one Director.
CONTACT & SHIPPING INFORMATION
This will be the person and adress where we'll send the final document package.
We may need to ask you questions regarding your order so be sure to include your phone number and email address.
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This is the total cost of your order. There are no hidden charges.
Texas processing fees