There are two basic ways to document the activities of a corporation. One way is through corporate meeting minutes. The directors and stockholders provide minutes for meetings that were taken down by someone as the meeting progressed. The other alternative is to create a document called a corporate resolution. A corporate resolution is the easiest way to manage and document a corporation’s actions, as opposed to someone taking notes and typing out an entire meeting that has taken place. One thing to keep in mind with your corporate resolutions or meeting minutes is that they can be created after the fact. It is a simple practice to create corporate resolutions once something has occurred. This way you know why it was created, exactly who did it, when it happened and what actually occurred.
To learn more about minutes and resolutions, contact a Nevada Corporate Headquarters representative at 1-800-508-1729.