This letter of intent is used by a party seeking to enter into a proposed business arrangement with another party. The letter of intent outlines the material terms and conditions of the proposed agreement. It includes the purpose of the business entity, each party's percentage of interest, and other additional terms. This document also provides instructions and a checklist for drafting an effective letter of intent. It should be used by a party seeking to enter into a business venture with another party.
This Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is a contract between a business plan presenter and the viewers of the presentation, who may be professional judges, potential investors, or a college class. Use this agreement if one desires to pitch business ideas to another individual or entity without fear of having one's ideas and private information misused. This agreement contains all the standard terms and conditions that are used in this type of agreement, however, additional language may be added making it fully customizable to fit the needs of the contracting parties.
This is a template that provides information about how to prepare a professional and thorough business plan. This template covers the personal details of the author, proposed business venture, proposed company profile, marketing plans, and financial plans. In addition, this template includes a Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats (SWOT) analysis associated with the proposed businesses venture. This template is ideal for individuals that want to start a small business and want more information about how to prepare a business plan.
This Joint Venture Agreement is used when two or more individuals or business entities combine or collaborate on a particular project or undertaking. It specifies that each party has an equal interest in the joint venture and sets forth each party's rights and responsibilities. Details relating to administration and operation, termination and an dispute resolution are also included in the agreement. This document in its draft form contains many of the standard provisions commonly found in a joint venture agreement and may be customized to fit the needs of the contracting parties. This agreement should be used when individuals or companies collaborate to form a joint venture.
Shareholder Agreement with Buy-Sell Provision Template
This agreement between a privately held company and its shareholders sets the conditions under which shares of the company?s stock may be sold and purchased. This document restricts the ability to shareholders to transfer, sell, assign, or pledge his or her shares except as permitted by this agreement. The agreement contains common provisions found in similar agreements, such as a right of first refusal to the other shareholders, a company option to redeem shares upon shareholder death, a mandatory sale provision in the event of a sale of the company, and mediation and arbitration clauses. This document can be customized to fit the needs of the drafting parties.
S Corporation Shareholder Agreement Comprehensive Template
This is an agreement among the shareholders of an S Corporation. S Corporations are particularly beneficial because they do not pay federal income tax. Rather, the corporation’s profits and losses are passed through to the shareholders that must report the income on their individual tax returns. For a business to be qualified for S Corporation status, they must have one class of stock and less than 100 shareholders. This agreement sets out the rights and responsibilities of each shareholder pertaining to the sale of shares, termination, and shareholder deaths. This agreement should be used by small businesses or other entities that qualify as S Corporations and want a sample shareholders agreement.
This document sets forth the legal formation of a corporation. It contains standard language, such as the name and address of the company, needed to incorporate a company under state law. This documents provides an opportunity for customization and allows the drafting party to include information such as the number of shares or stock authorized to be issued. This document is useful to an individual or group seeking to establish a corporate entity.
This agreement covers how and when an owner in a partnership can sell shares and at what price. The buy-sell agreement should specify triggers, such as retirement, death, divorce, or bankruptcy, which will set the agreement in motion. This form provides standard clauses found in similar agreements, such as a mandatory arbitration provision, but can be customized to fit the needs of the drafting parties. This document is extremely useful to an enterprise with multiple owners.
This is a general checklist that provides necessary steps when an individual, or even an existing company, seeks to start a new business. The form is designed to provide generic conditions and tasks that an individual may have to perform in order to start a business. Not every small business will have to complete each step. The form contains standard requirements for a new business but can be customized to fit the needs of any individual seeking to start a new business.
Start-up Capitalization Planning and Forecasting is essential for any business start-up. Every new business start-up has expenses it must pay to get the business up and running. New businesses should research and plan for the viability of the business, identify the necessary expenses, and identify the source of funding to pay for necessary expenses. This template is ideal for small businesses or other entities that are recently formed and want to plan and forecast capitalization efforts.
LLC Formation To-Do and Information Checklist Template
This LLC Formation To-Do and Information Checklist includes information that the founder of a new LLC will likely need to know regarding the next steps in starting the business. This document is intended to assist a party seeking to establish a new LLC, helping ensure that the founder does not overlook common business steps, such as the availability of the company name, filing the articles of incorporation, hiring independent contractors, and obtaining necessary permits and licenses. This form should be used by businesses or individuals seeking to form a new LLC.
Partnership Formation To-Do and Information Check List Template
This document provides an information to-do and information check list for partnership formation. The document includes information that the founders of a new partnership will likely need to know regarding the next steps in starting their business and complying with legal formalities. The document provides useful information about selecting a partnership name, preparing a statement of partnership authority, registering a business name, preparing a partnership agreement, obtaining an EIN, opening a partnership bank account, hiring employees and independent contractors, obtaining trademark protection, and obtaining permits and licenses. This form should be used by businesses and individuals interested in forming a business partnership.