As a business owner, you’re responsible for a lot. You handle day-to-day duties and help your company grow and prosper with every step you take. Being part of a big company though, you still have to answer to your shareholders—and most likely to a board of directors as well. The board of directors in any corporation is a governing body—usually comprised of large shareholders, equity partners, and senior officers—that is responsible for making all major corporate decisions. The board tends to meet according to a predetermined schedule, though emergency meetings can also be called if there is an especially pressing corporate decision or other matter that needs to be resolved. The decisions are formalized in a document known as the Board Resolution.

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What Is a Board Resolution?

A Board Resolution is a formal document that helps to identify the roles of corporate offices and the result of any votes or decisions the board makes regarding the company. Usually, they are written when a new member is voted into the board. But they are also used when and/or if the company wants to expand, hire, or let go of a large amount of workers; sell shares; buy any form of intellectual property rights; and/or any other major decision that will affect the company in a significant way. Board Resolutions can be found in the board minutes, and provide an accurate record of decisions made at a board meeting.

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