Corporate Kits come blank and ready for customization.
Our Corporate Kit with Seal includes everything you need to put your corporate records book together. Create kits as you go by purchasing blank kits ahead of time, so you can add client details when needed. Utilize our easy fill-in templates for customization (click on Templates & Instructions above). Or, have Bindertek do some of the work for you. We can print your company name on the spine label and stock certificates, making setup that much easier.
You’ll receive our classic 2-Ring binder, available in a variety of colors, paired with a protective binder slipcase to safeguard important corporate records. The custom pocket seal embosser is easy to use and makes clear, crisp impressions. The seal is personalized with your company name, state of incorporation and year of incorporation, and comes in a faux leather pouch. Pre-printed premium Mylar-reinforced Corporate Index Tabs keep your corporation papers and minutes in order. We also include blank paper for you to print your minutes on.
Tab Headings: Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, Minutes & Consents, Stock Journal/Ledger, Stock Certificates, Government Filings, Shareholder Agreements
Optional Bylaws & Minutes Templates (+$5.00)
Bring your Corporate Kit to the next level by adding Bylaws and Minutes Templates.* Select the Printed Corporate Bylaws and Minutes to receive printed and hole-punched documents with your order. Or choose the PDF Corporate Bylaws and Minutes option to get the same documents in a fillable PDF format that you can download and print at home.
Templates Include: Corporate Bylaws, Minutes, and Waivers
*Disclaimer: The optional templates are to be used as an organizational tool only and not a replacement for professional advice from an attorney or accountant. We are not providing any legal, financial, or consulting services and make no claim that these documents are complete, accurate, or appropriate for your business needs. To ensure you maintain complete and accurate records for your business, please consult an attorney, accountant, and/or other professionals to determine the unique requirements for your jurisdiction.