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The answer to your question depends on how your furniture corporation was set up.
Option 1: If the formation document and the shareholders
' agreement state that the purpose for which the corporation was formed is "any lawful purpose" (or words to that effect), then there is no reason why you can't expand the corporation's activities to include the music with no further ado
Option 2: f, though, the formation document or the shareholders' agreement state that the purpose of the corporation is to handle the furniture business, then you would have to (a) amend the formation document formally (with a fee) to the agency that handles business formations (generally the dept. of state) AND (b) amend the shareholders' agreement in the records of the corporation before you can take on the music business.
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