Register your corporation with the state. Corporations are governed by the state, not federally. It is important to register with the state because the state is often included on the corporate seal.
Head to a local office supply store. A corporate seal is not a mandatory part of registering a corporation, so you are not provided with a corporate seal by the Secretary of State. Instead, you can obtain one at an office supply retailer.
Design your corporate seal. It is up to you to design your corporate seal. However, most corporate seals do include the name of the corporation, the date incorporated, and the state that the corporation is registered in. Others will also include a corporate symbol.
Choose the embosser. The corporate seal is then set into an embossing device. You can choose a handheld or desktop embosser device.
Purchase the corporate seal. You will have to pay for your corporate seal.
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