How to Issue Corporate Stock
How to issue shares of corporate stock
The articles of incorporation set out how many shares the corporation is authorizing. The shareholders then decide how many shares of the stock they will issue to fund the corporation.
To issue stock in the corporation a simple bill of sale will do. This also could be called issuing shares of corporate stock.
Some corporations are not funded with cash. They could be funded with assets. If a shareholder wants to fund the issued shares of issued stock with things like business vehicles or personal tools needed to work in the business, this can be addressed on the bill of sale of issued stock.
The offer of purchase of issues stock shares basically sets out the price of each share, the amount of issued shares being bought, the name of the shareholder, and the name of the president of the corporation. If they are the same name, it would be ideal to have the document signed by a witness.
More Corporation Forms:
Articles of Incorporation
Delaware Certificate of Incorporation
Corporate Bank Account
First Shareholder Meeting
Certificate of Stock
Waiver Shareholder First Meeting
Main Corporation Forms