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LLC Organization

Starting a new business? We’ll get your LLC, EIN and more in place.

Why have an LLC??? 

Forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) can provide significant benefits, including personal asset protection, tax flexibility, and enhanced credibility. However, determining whether an LLC is right for your business depends on several factors such as the size of your business, the type of business, and your long-term goals. 


What are the benefits of forming an LLC?

An LLC offers personal liability protection, which means personal assets like your home or car are protected from business debts and claims. This structure shields owners from many forms of business-related liabilities, which is critical for those in industries with higher risk of litigation.Additionally, LLCs provide tax advantages through pass-through taxation, where profits are not taxed at the business level but are passed through to the owners' personal tax returns, potentially reducing overall tax rates. This setup avoids the double taxation commonly associated with corporations, making it a favorable choice for many business owners.

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How do I start an LLC?

The first step in starting an LLC is choosing a compliant business name and registering it with your state’s business authority. This involves filing the Articles of Organization and paying a filing fee that varies by state. It’s crucial to ensure that the business name is not already in use or too similar to existing names in the state’s database. After registration, it’s necessary to obtain any relevant licenses and permits your business may require to operate legally. Additionally, drafting an Operating Agreement—a document outlining the ownership and operating procedures of the LLC—is highly recommended. This agreement serves as a foundational document that governs the internal operations of the business, helping to prevent misunderstandings among members.

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What is the cost of forming an LLC?

Forming an LLC involves various costs, which include the initial filing fees required by your state. These fees can range significantly depending on the state—typically from $50 to $300. This one-time filing fee is a necessary investment to legally establish your LLC. Beyond the filing fee, additional costs can include the expense of hiring an attorney to ensure proper setup, ongoing annual or biennial fees required by some states for registered businesses, and possibly the cost of obtaining necessary business licenses or permits. We offer a fixed fee of $500 for (1) forming the LLC, (2) writing a sole member operating agreement, (3) obtaining an EIN, and (4) providing banking resolutions. The only additional fee you will have to pay is the actual cost of the registration, which in most states is around $100. This gives you everything you will need to go open a bank account, which is the second step for most businesses after forming their LLC. 

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