The notice shall be verified by the oath of the president, vice-president, secretary, or treasurer of the bank, savings bank, or savings and loan association, and shall set forth all of the following:(1) The name of the corporation and any trade name under which it will do business in this state; (2) The location and complete address, including the county, of its main office in another state and its principal office, if any, in this state; (3) The appointment of a designated agent and the complete address of such agent in this state, which agent may be a natural person who is a resident of this state, or may be a domestic corporation for profit or a foreign corporation for profit holding a license as such under the laws of this state, provided that the domestic or foreign corporation has a business address in this state and is authorized by its articles of incorporation to act as such agent; (4) The irrevocable consent of the corporation to service of process on such agent so long as the authority of the agent continues and to service of process upon the secretary of state in the events provided for in section 1703.19 of the Revised Code; (5) A brief summary of the business to be transacted within this state.(B) The notice required by this section shall be accompanied by a certificate of good standing or subsistence, dated not earlier than sixty days prior to the submission of the notice, under the seal of the proper official of the agency of the United States that incorporated the bank, savings bank, or savings and loan association, setting forth the exact corporate title, the date of incorporation, and the fact that the bank, savings bank, or savings and loan association is in good standing or is a subsisting bank, savings bank, or savings and loan association.(C) "State" means the United States; any state, territory, insular possession, or other political subdivision of the United States, including the District of Columbia; any foreign country whose political sovereignty is recognized by the United States; and any political subdivision of such foreign country.(D) "Articles" means the articles, certificates, or memorandum of incorporation or association, filed pursuant to the laws of any state for the purpose and with the effect of creating a corporation, and any amendments to such articles, certificates, or memorandum of incorporation or association; and includes any special statute creating a corporation.As used in sections 1703.01 to 1703.31 of the Revised Code: (A) "Domestic corporation" means a corporation incorporated under the laws of this state or a bank, savings bank, or savings and loan association chartered under the laws of the United States, the main office of which is located in this state.(B) "Foreign corporation" means a corporation incorporated under the laws of another state or a bank, savings bank, or savings and loan association chartered under the laws of the United States, the main office of which is located in another state.Comparison of taxation on different types of activity (branch/company): The Taxable base is the difference between revenue and the costs incurred in earning it; if the difference is negative, the taxpayer declares a tax loss. Tax Loss Profit distribution Dividends disbursed by corporations with offices in Poland are subject to withholding tax at the 19-per cent rate, (the tax is collected by the company making the disbursement).
A taxpayer is considered to be a person, which can be an individual, a corporation, or a trust.The condition of the exemption is continuous, two-year holding period by the company receiving the dividends required 10% (in the case of Swiss – 25%) of shares in the capital of the company paying the charge.The prerequisite is also met, if this period has elapsed after the date of receiving the dividend.Regardless of state you choose, you must file articles of organization with the appropriate agency for that state.As part of this process, you must designate a registered agent within that state that will accept service of process (i.e., for purposes of consenting to the state's jurisdiction.) This formation paper work is usually filed with Secretary of State's office. Failure to file means the entity does not exist, and the owner is operating a sole proprietorship or a general partnership.