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However, nonprofits typically set up a number of special committees to handle nonprofit operations, and nonprofits routinely schedule more frequent meetings of directors than their commercial counterparts. Also, nonprofits replace shareholder provisions with member provisions, which specify the rules for membership meetings and the qualifi cations, responsibilities, and rights of members. Of course, nonprofit bylaws do not contain provisions relating payouts of profits (payment of dividends). The state Nonprofit Corporation Act typically follows or is in close proximity to the state Business Corporation Act in the corporate statutes.
He now works as a full-time corporate employee, and is entitled to tax-deductible corporate perks. He also attracts talented employees by setting up a qualified incentive stock option (ISO) plan. Under the plan, employees are granted stock options with a strike (purchase) price of $1 per share (their current fair value as determined by the board). Employees pay nothing for the options, and the corporation itself neither pays for nor deducts any money for the option grants. After the options vest, an employee may exercise the option and buy the shares.
As a corporation grows, these employee equity-sharing plans motivate employees by giving them a piece of the corporate ownership pie—at a low cash cost to the business. ) Example: Henry incorporates his sole proprietorship, Big Foot Shoes, Inc. He now works as a full-time corporate employee, and is entitled to tax-deductible corporate perks. He also attracts talented employees by setting up a qualified incentive stock option (ISO) plan. Under the plan, employees are granted stock options with a strike (purchase) price of $1 per share (their current fair value as determined by the board).