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I am researching the possibility of opening a crowd funding

I am researching the possibility of opening a crowd funding site in the United States. Have been investigating the financial laws regarding this option and there recently has been amendments to these.Does anyone on this site have any knowledge of this inquiryMaureen **********

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I am trying to inspect the books and records of a

I am trying to inspect the books and records of a cooperative in which I am an owner. They in the past have allowed me to inspect all the shareholder meeting minutes and board of directors meeting minutes. They have refused to as I requested last month stating that the law firm has told them they do not have to do so. Please tell me the law in this matter and if they are estopped from asserting this as they have allowed it in the past. Furthermore the managing agent is making this statement to me regarding the law firm. Should I require that the board of directors clearly state this as the law firm is only for advisory. They, themselves have no authority unless it is vested in them from the BOD's.

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I am building a website similar to raise.com, saveya.com

I am building a website similar to raise.com, saveya.com etc. where people can buy and sell gift cards at a discount. I need gift card images for different brands such as Target, Home Depot, WalMart etc. Can I simply copy the images from any of these websites or will that create a copyright issue. These images use patterns and logos that are not owned by raise.com or saveya.com.My other option is to copy the gift card images from the brand websites such as target.com. What are my limitations using these images from copyright perspective.

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I have a NY Corporation which I formed but never used (no

Hi,I have a NY Corporation which I formed but never used (no income, no losses), so I believe it's considered a dormant entity. However, NY Dept. of Finance sent me letters for some $60 in taxes. My accountant told me to ignore it and that they would eventually close out the corp, however, I now received a Warrant for that amount + interest. The warrant is addressed to the corp. and comes with a notice to judgment debtor where they claim they can garnish wages, freeze bank account, take personal properly, etc.Can they really take my personal money and property if this is corporate debt warrant, and how do I properly close this company so I can get the city off my back?Thank you.

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S Corporation had three shareholders. One shareholder was

S Corporation had three shareholders. One shareholder was under investigation for some personal items by the police, not connection with any of the activities of the corporation. He fled the country. He is not to be found. What will happen to the corporation? Is the Corporation technically terminated? How will this situation be handled?

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I filed LLC in NY. NYS sent me a letter in the mail asking

I filed for an LLC in NY. NYS sent me a letter in the mail asking me if I'd like to file as a C Corp or an S corp LLC. What does that mean? How do I know what to choose?

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Dwayne, You have helped me before. I am the inventor of a

Hello Dwayne, You have helped me before. I am the inventor of a new disposable bread bag closing device. My question today is:My business is an LLC, which was formed in Minnesota, but I have relocated to Connecticut. I have read online about the options to move my LLC to a new state, but I am not sure which is best. My company is still in start up phase and I have not done any sales yet. Would it be better to dissolve my current LLC and establish a new one in CT? If I follow this route, would it be wise to consider establishing another type of entity? I have thought that an S-Corporation would be wise in order to avoid double taxation and also because I want my wife to have shares, and perhaps have other partners in the future.

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If my company is dissolved, and a former client over paid an

If my company is dissolved, and a former client over paid an invoice prior to dissolution, can they sue to recoupe the money?

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I have a small business (S Corporation) with 2 other

I have a small business (S Corporation) with 2 other partners. What business insurance should I discuss with my insurance broker to protect ourselves with the absolute best insurance coverage from ever being sued. I want to get insurance coverage to best protect our business and us as shareholders from customers, employees,...anyone from suing us and not be covered by insurance.

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