Январь 27, 2019

Wusla — Established Nonprofit Corporation

On February 22, 2019 Wusla was acquired and subsequently renamed to Glinsky Group.  Welcome to 24 HOUR GROUP! Let us help you rewrite your story and launch your own INC.

1. Acquire Wusla, an established nonprofit corporation ($2,000)

  • Registration date (established): Jan 23, 2018
  • Registered in the state of California

2. Form a nonprofit corporation structure and purpose ($100)

  • Charitable and Public Benefit
  • Educational
  • Religious and Ministry
  • Religious and Church, Synagogue, Mosque or other

3. Craft a purpose statement that explains the goals and functionality of your organization ($100)

  • Charitable purpose
  • Religious purpose
  • Specific purpose of the corporation (mission statement)

4. Acquire www.wusla.com, a premium domain name ($2,750)

  • The estimated value of each domain name is based on millions of previous domain name sales
  • Premium domain names are brandable, easy to remember, rare, short, pronounceable, and have high resale value
  • .COM premium domain names have the best resale value compared to other extensions and are preferred by most businesses, with reseller prices ranging from $2,600 — $3,200+

5. Hire inc.group, a California Registered Corporate Agent, to handle corporate legal documents ($200)

  • Registered with the California Secretary of State
  • Responsible for accepting legal corporate documents

6. Complete the «Restated Articles of Incorporation» ($50)

  • Assign corporate name
  • Provide purpose statement
  • Provide additional statements

7. File the «Restated Articles of Incorporation» ($30)

  • Filing fee paid to the Secretary of State

8. Acquire a certification of the «Restated Articles of Incorporation» ($5)

  • Certification fee paid to the Secretary of State

9. Request 24-hour filing service for the «Restated Articles of Incorporation» ($350)

  • 24-hour filing fee paid to the Secretary of State

10. Acquire «Employer Identification Number (EIN)» ($50)

  • Also known as «Federal ID»
  • Registered with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

11. Draft the «Corporate Bylaws» ($150)

  • Name a corporate office (headquarters)
  • Document rights and duties of directors and officers
  • Govern the internal management of the corporation

12. Complete the «Conflict of Interest Policy» ($50)

  • Regulate internal conflicts of interests of directors, officers and founders

13. Complete the «Conflict of Interest Statement and Attachment» ($50)

  • Provide «Conflict of Interest Statement»
  • Finalize with signatures of directors and officers

14. Complete «Notice of a Joint Special Board Meeting» ($50)

  • State resolutions of the corporation
  • Request all directors to personally attend this meeting

15. Hold the «Board of Directors Meeting» ($300)

  • Conduct the meeting by WhatsApp, Viber or Skype
  • Approve the governing documents
  • Adopt corporate resolutions
  • Elect board members and officers

16. Complete the «Statement of Information» ($50)

  • Provide corporate name
  • Provide California principal office address (headquarters)
  • Name officers of the corporation (CEO, Secretary, and CFO)
  • Provide Service of Process (Registered Corporate Agent)

17. File the «Statement of Information» ($20)

  • Filing fee paid to the Secretary of State

18. Acquire Federal 501(c)3 tax exemption ($600)

  • Receive «Determination Letter» of 501(c)(3) tax exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

19. File for Federal 501(c)3 tax-exempt change ($50)

  • Secure corporate address change
  • Correspond with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tax authority — if required
  • Receive the modified document «Determination Letter» of 501(c)(3) tax exempt status

20. Acquire California tax exemption ($75)

  • Receive «Exempt Acknowledgement Letter» of California tax-exempt status from the Franchise Tax Board (FTB)

21. File for California tax-exempt change ($50)

  • Secure corporate address change
  • Correspond with the California Franchise Tax Board (FTB) tax authority — if required
  • Receive the modified document «Exempt Acknowledgement Letter» of California tax-exempt status

22. Acquire Registry of Charitable Trusts registration ($75)

  • Receive «Confirmation of Registration with the Attorney General’s registry of Charitable Trusts» from the California Attorney General

23. File for the Registry of Charitable Trusts change ($50)

  • Secure corporate address change
  • Correspond with the California Attorney General — if required
  • Receive the modified document «Confirmation of Registration with the Attorney General’s registry of Charitable Trusts»

24. Acquire federal tax returns ($100)

  • Acquire federal tax returns for 2018

25. Acquire California tax returns ($100)

  • Acquire California tax returns for 2018

26. Acquire corporate logo ($150)

  • Approve the current corporate logo
  • Request any modifications to the logo

27. Register www.wusla.com domain name ($20)

  • Registration fee paid to GoDaddy or Namesilo

28. Acquire managed WordPress website hosting ($180)

  • Website hosting fee paid to GoDaddy or EskHosting

29. Acquire WordPress premium support ($1,200)

  • Manage administrative tasks
  • Optimize performance
  • Fix problems
  • Make changes and updates

30. Install WordPress ($100)

  • Upload a premium theme
  • Install plugins and extensions
  • Modify content

31. Obtain a SSL security certificate ($80)

  • SSL certificate fee paid to GoDaddy or Eskhosting

32. Build a premium website ($1,400)

  • Mobile-friendly WordPress website with responsive design
  • Call-Now button for mobile devices
  • Customized Contact-Us forms
  • Multi-Level menu
  • Pay/Donate button to accept credit or debit cards
  • Unique website features
  • and much more…

33. Acquire info@wusla.com professional email address ($60)

  • Register domain-based email addresses (e.g., Name@wusla.com)
  • Sync across all devices

34. Complete «Notice of a Joint Special Board Meeting» ($50)

  • Make urgent case concerning financial reporting
  • Request all directors to personally attend this meeting

35. Request a certification of the «Joint Special Board Meeting» ($50)

  • Verify identity documents of the signers
  • Notarize documents by a notary

36. Complete an Apostille of the Joint Special Board Meeting ($20)

  • Authenticate by the Secretary of State
  • An Apostille authentication is used outside of the United States of America

37. Hold a «Joint Special Board Meeting» ($300)

  • Approve the governing documents
  • Adopt important financial corporate resolutions
  • Approve the Board of Directors and Officers

Total $11,015