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Setting up an LLC is a great way for business owners to limit their liability for company debts. Here’s a step-by-step guide to forming an LLC.


Many small business owners decide to set up an LLC for the liability protection it provides. An LLC or limited liability company exists separately from its owners (known as members), and the owners are therefore not
personally responsible for business debts.

LLCs are generally easier to set up and more flexible than corporations, and they tend to have fewer ongoing reporting requirements.

To form an LLC, you’ll need to file paperwork with the state where your business is located. Every state has its own rules and procedures, but there are several steps you’ll need to follow to get your LLC up and running, no
matter where you live.

​The e-book includes:

  • Select Your State
  • Name Your LLC
  • Choose a Registered Agent
  • File your LLC Articles of Organization
  • Management structure
  • Obtain a Certificate from the State
  • Obtaining a Tax ID number
  • Create an LLC Operating Agreement
  • Register to Do Business in the Other States (optional)

Buy Start Your LLC (e-book) to begin your business today!

Start Your LLC Ebook

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