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Form a Limited Liability Corporation

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By now, you’re probably familiar with the advantages of running your business as an LLC: limited liability protection and a simpler method of paying taxes than that imposed on corporations. (To learn more about these benefits, read LLC Basics .) This article focuses on the steps you will take to make your LLC a legal reality. Essentially, you must: Choose an available business name that complies with your state’s LLC rules. File formal paperwork, usually called articles of organization, and pay the filing fee (ranging from $40 to $900, depending on the state). Create an LLC operating agreement, which sets out the ...
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Limited Liability Company Myths Busted
Business owners often struggle with whether or not they should form a limited liability company for a new entrepreneurial venture. And that maybe makes sense. Deciding to form a limited liability corporation requires thoughtful analysis. Unfortunately, people often complicate the analysis of LLC incorporation because they believe several “urban myths” about the limited liability company. The good news in all this–at least from your perspective–is that you’ll make your own entrepreneurial decision-making easier and more profitable by recognizing and then ignoring these myths. But let me explain… market research, surveys and trends
Tax Tips for Part-Time Photographers | Ivan Makarov Photography Blog
Since I am an accountant by education and by trade, I thought with tax season on everyone’s mind, I’ll share a few tips or answers to the frequently asked questions from other photographers that I get on a regular basis in my role as a photographer who’s also an accountant. If you’re a full time pro, or live outside of the United States, you might as well ignore this post because what I’ll share applies mainly to part time photographers filing tax returns in United States, who earn majority of their annual income through means other than photography. But let me first put a proper disclaimer on this. market research, surveys and trends


Youth Today - A Push for Investments Instead of Grants
A new financial entity – part nonprofit, part for-profit – is being pushed as the next great way to increase the philanthropic and commercial funding available for youth-serving and other social projects. The corporate structure is known as a low-profit limited liability corporation – or L3C – and it is structured to maximize the use of “program-related investments.” So far, this new corporate form is legal in only one state; this spring the Vermont Legislature approved a bill allowing the creation of L3Cs, and Gov. Jim Douglas (R) signed it into law in April. Other states are considering ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
WSOS seeks additional $3.2 million for its communities - WSOS ...
Proposals totaling more $1,626, 918 in funds to provide additional job training to young adults as well as to assist with homelessness prevention gained the WSOS' Board of Directors' approval at its February meeting on Tuesday. A proposal for $714,000 will be submitted to The Corps Network, Civic Justice Corps program to be used to serve 175 at-risk 18-24-year-olds who have significant barriers to employment. These funds will be used to partner with the Green Ohio Corps Initiative to provide the youth with training and education in environmental conservation, restoration, maintenance, green building and household ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Seeing the Forest for Its Hedges
J. Brian Fiacco, in Summerville, S.C., advocates buying timberland directly, and not through exchange-traded funds and REITs. FOR decades, some university endowments, pension funds and other big investors have put part of their money to work in the woods. They’ve bought large tracts of timberland, viewing them as an asset class separate from stocks, bonds and other forms of real estate. Jeremy Grantham, co-founder and chief investment strategist at GMO, the asset manager based in Boston, calls timber “a perfect investment” for someone with a time horizon of, say, 20 years or more. “Timber is safer than ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Types of business ownership
There are three main kinds of business ownership in the U.S, and in Canada: (1) Sole proprietorship, (2) partnerships, and (3) corporations. Single proprietorship These are organizations that are owned and operated by one person only. The owner is the business’ sole decision maker, and receives all profits generated by the new business venture. He or she will be legally responsible to pay off any debts incurred by the business. Proprietors will often start a new business venture with very little capital, and having to overcome a few legal formalities. Most sole proprietorships are small stores, or service enterprises such ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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Alternately, parties interested in having U.S. ENUM service could form a Limited Liability Corporation (as was done for the implementation of Local Number ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Articles of Organization (Form LLC-1) - LIMITED LIABILITY ...
FEES: The fee for filing Form LLC-1 is $70.00. There is an additional $15.00 special handling fee for processing a document ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The undersigned, desiring to form a Limited Liability Company (hereinafter referred to as "LLC") pursuant to the provisions of: ...
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Whats the best and cheapest website to form a LLC (Limited ...
It depends where you are. has great capability and low prices for Delaware which has many advantages. A decent lawyer can do an LLC in a day for not very much $$. Watch out for Franchise Tax effect. An LLC is $800/yr in California! 3 years ago There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . Member since: April 09, 2006 Total points: 1875 (Level 3) montana costs $850 3 years ago Member since: August 07, 2006 Total points: 1223 (Level 3) Try Legal Zoom. I trusted it because it was founded by attorney Robert M. Shapiro (a trusted ...
Energy Industry (Oil & Gas): liability for mineral rights owners ...
Questions regarding oil and gas exploration and production, the operation and management of oil and gas producing properties, and questions related to mineral ownership, title problems, and oil and gas leases. Experience I am Board Certified in Oil, Gas and Mineral Law in the state of Texas. I have more than 34 years of experience in the industry as both an in house attorney for major oil companies and as a partner in oil and gas firms. I am also a mineral owner and receive royalties from oil and gas production. I have extensive title examination experience, and have represented clients in many administrative and court ...