Part 3 of 4 – Meeting Minutes

There are lots of documents that you may encounter throughout the life of your business. Those documents include service contracts, purchase agreements, partnership and company agreements, leases, employee contracts, policies and procedures, and more. Different business owners encounter different documents depending on their size, industry, and structure. However, the documents discussed below are documents every business owner should be familiar with. As you read our blogs in this Small Business Series, please understand that the information we will be providing is for your informational purposes only and is not intended to provide legal, tax, or accounting advice. Every business and entrepreneur’s circumstances are unique. Please consult an attorney and accountant regarding your business’s specific issues and questions.

Meeting Minutes

Not all companies in Texas are required to keep meeting minutes. Just because a company is not required to keep meeting minutes does not mean they should not keep them. Meeting minutes provide a tangible record showing what business was discussed at a meeting of members, owners, directors, or other managers of the company. Minutes also provide a record of votes that are taken and the result of those votes. Accurate and thorough meeting minutes can save a company and its owners time and money when resolving disputes or making business decisions.

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