Does an S corp need to hold annual meetings?

An S corp is required by state law to hold at least one annual shareholders' meeting. The purpose of this meeting is to elect a board of directors to handle the day-to-day running of the corporation and to settle any required corporate business. Although state law only requires one annual meeting, it is important to check the company bylaws as there may be self-imposed requirements to hold further meetings.

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