January 30, 2016

Most states, including Oregon and Washington, require that a corporation hold an annual meeting; the minutes of that meeting must be documented and kept available for certain people (including all shareholders and directors) but they do not need to be filed with their State offices.

There are a small handful of states that do not require meetings, these include Delaware and Nevada – two places you’ll see many corporations listed.


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