Business Products and Downloads
Click And Inc offers many of the most common services that small businesses need
to help them grow. The list below provides a brief overview of some of the services
that we currently offer.
Certificate of Good Standing
When you own a business, there are times where you must prove that business is in
compliance with the rules and regulations of your domestic state; the Certificate
of Good Standing (also called the Certificate of Existence or Certificate of Status)
is the official proof, certified by the Secretary of State, that your business is
adhering to state requirements—something most states require as a part of your foreign
- Corporate Bylaws
Corporate Bylaws govern the actions of the shareholders, officers, and directors,
essentially providing a road map for how your business is structured and operated.
Our customized corporate bylaws are fully editable, allowing your bylaws to grow
and expand along with your business for years to come.
Seals and Kits
While corporate seals are no longer required to prove the legitimacy of a document,
they are nonetheless popular among business owners as a way to add an extra touch
of class to your corporate documents and paperwork. Our corporate kits come with
a customized corporate seal, full-color stock certificates, and a personalized binder
embossed with the name of your company so you can keep all of your corporate documents
in one place in style.
Employee Leave and Disability Handbook
Regardless of where your business and employees are located, we provide comprehensive,
easy-to-understand handbooks on your state’s employee leave law so that you can
address your employees’ vacation and sick leave while ensuring that your business
stays in compliance.
The limited liability company version of corporate bylaws, our LLC Operating Agreements
are customized and scalable to the needs of your growing business.
Click and Inc offers state-specific guides to employee leave law, including sick
leave and vacation leave. If your small business has employees, it’s important that
you understand your legal requirements.