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The following steps are to form a limited liability company ( llc)
in your state:
Fill out an Articles of Organization form.
1. Name: Unless you are forming an llc in CA, the name of a limited
liability company must contain "limited liability company" or
"limited company" or the abbreviation "L.L.C.", "LLC", "L.C.", or
"LC". "Limited" may be abbreviated as "Ltd.", and "company" may be
abbreviated as "Co."
2. Registered Agent: A Registered Agent, is the person designated by
your LLC to receive documents and to be served should the LLC is
3. Manager: If you are running the LLC yourself, then select
"Member" or "Manager" since you are both a member and the manager.
4. LLC Organizer: Person who is filling out the Articles of
1. What is a Limited Liability Company?
A Limited Liability Company ("LLC") is a separate State Created
legal entity created by filing a certificate and executing an llc
2. What is an LLC?
An LLC is owned by its members holding membership certificates.
Members of an LLC are like shareholders of a corporation.
3. What are the Advantages of an LLC?
You can treat it as a sole proprietorship, partnership or
corporation which has many tax advantages.
The member?s liability is generally limited to the amount of
money which the member invested in the LLC.
4. What are the Disadvantages of an LLC?
Does not have disadvantages.
5. Do I need an Attorney to form an LLC?
It is recommended but not necessary
6. How many people are needed to form an LLC?
An LLC must have at least one member.
7. How is an LLC Managed?
An LLC is managed by its members or by managers.
If a manager is not designated, all members manage it.
8. What is a Registered Agent and is one needed?
A person to receive mail and to be served in case of a law suit.
A member can be the agent.
9. Should I choose an LLC or an S Corporation?
The status of an S Corporation provides the elimination of double
taxation. However, the S Corporation does not have the flexibility
of an LLC in regard to the allocation of income to its members.
An s corporation is limited as to the number and type of members.
For example, it can only have 75 shareholders. However, an llc can
have unlimited members and can be foreigners or other business
entities such as corporations.
10. How can I structure an LLC to do my taxes thru myself?
Normally, if you are the only member, you can do that.
However, if there is another manager managing and you have free
transferability of membership, you may not be able to do that.
11. What documents do I need to set up my llc?
Membership Certificates, if more members are included.
12. Do I Need a Federal Employer Identification Number?
If you are the only member, you may not need it. In all other cases,
you need a fed tax id.
13. How do I begin forming an LLC?
After you submit you business information, we will prepare and file
all required documents and mail them to you.
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