Why Client Board Meetings Matter

by Jonathan Ziss | Oct 07, 2019   ()

The board of directors of a corporation should meet annually, if not more frequently. Partnership agreements, too, commonly require an annual meeting (at minimum). Agenda items for these meetings may include election of officers and directors, decisions concerning distributions, officer compensation, retirement plan contributions, review and approval of loans to shareholders, and ratification of key management decisions made during the year.
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Source: Accounting Web
Source: Accounting Web

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