★ Join 1,100+ Entrepreneurs Who Have SAVED MONEY & Formed a Limited Liability Company (LLC) On Their Own! ★
Are you an entrepreneur or online business owner?
Are you thinking of starting a business or do you currently run a business?
Do you want to protect yourself from personal liability?
Easily Form Your Own LLC provides you with the step-by-step instructions and forms you need to form an LLC in your state, without the expense of hiring a lawyer. This best-seller covers how to:
- Name your LLC
- File your DBA "Doing Business as" or Fictitious Business Name
- File your Articles of Organization with the Secretary of State
- Draft your Operating Agreement which details your rights and duties under the LLC
- Apply and obtain an Employer Identification Number (EIN) to open a bank account, and
- Correctly apply for business licenses and permits.
Most people are surprised to find out that you don't necessarily need a lawyer to form an LLC.
Starting a business is already a confusing process, so why complicate the matter by adding high fees from attorneys when you can form an LLC on your own?
This course is an easy and actionable detailed guideline of the 6 necessary steps you need to forming your LLC.
By the end of this course, you will be able to form an LLC on your own.
Note: This course is only for United States only.
Don’t worry — it’s simple.
► WHAT IS A LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (LLC)?
Becoming more as a standard for small businesses, Limited Liability Company LLC is business structure that combines the liability protection of a corporation with the tax treatment of a sole proprietorship and partnership.
Limited Liability Company is United State’s newest business structure and is the most popular form of business.
All LLC owners are protected from personal liability for business debts and claims -- a feature known as "limited liability."
This means that if the business itself can’t pay a creditor, the creditor cannot come after an LLC member’s house, car, or other personal possessions.
Because only LLC assets are used to pay off business debts, LLC members only lose the money that they’ve invested in the LLC.
Also, a Limited Liability Company has special tax treatment. For tax purposes, the LLC itself is not a separate taxable entity. Like owners of partnerships or sole proprietorships, LLC owners report business profits or losses on their personal income tax returns.
For these reasons, LLC combines the best features of a sole proprietorship and partnership and the best personal liability features of a Corporation.
Limited Liability Company is perfect for small online and offline businesses.
Thank you for making this the best selling LLC course on Udemy! I show my gratitude by consistently making new lectures and answering your legal questions in the course discussion!
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