A corporation is owned by its shareholders. Shareholders make a contribution to the corporation in the form of cash notes, tangible or intangible property, stock or anything else of value, in a free exchange for shares of ownership in proportion to the accepted value of the property they contributed. As the value of a corporation increases, so does the value of each share of the corporation’s stock. Any additional assets placed into a corporation by its owners will increase the value of the shares in the corporation. A corporation needs to keep their corporate record book up to date because not only is the authorized number of shares a corporation is able to issue set in the Articles of Incorporation, but also because the stock ledger should reflect who has been issued the shares of the corporation.
To learn more about issuing stock for your corporation, call a Nevada Corporate Headquarters representative today, at 1-800-508-1729.