Limited Liability Companies For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 7, 2010 - Business & Economics - 384 pages
Flex your entrepreneurial muscle with an LLC

The previous drawbacks to forming an LLC have all but disappeared. The IRS has loosened the restrictions on entities electing partnership taxation and subsequently the states have loosened their requirements. Because LLCs are now more flexible entities than any that have ever existed, they remain an attractive option for those launchinga new or relaunching an existing business.

Limited Liabilty Companies For Dummies is a clear, concise guide that explains the pros and cons of LLCs and shares insider insights on everything from choosing your members and your company name to creating and filing your Articles of Organization, to the day-to-day operation of your LLC. Plus, you'll the most current, real-world advice on customizing an LLC for your specific business needs.

  • The latest information on federal taxes and fees
  • New filing requirements and coverage of setting up real estate LLCs and LLCs among family members
  • Accompanying CD includes updated tools and forms

It's full-steam ahead for LLCs, and this hands-on guide addresses everything you need to know and more!


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About This Book
What Is an LLC Really?
Choosing your registered agent Bringing your LLC into existence
Seeing Why LLCs Are Awesome
Determining Whether an LLC Is Right for
Playing and Winning the NameGame Establishing the Best Name for Your
Choosing the Best State for Your
Making a Few Big Decisions
Adding andWithdrawing Members Doing the membership shuffle
Make It Official Creating Your Operating Agreement
Running Your BrandNew
Raising Capital with Your
Navigating StateSecurities Laws Blue Sky Laws
Dissolutions Every Beginning Hasan
Using LLCs to Cover Your Assets
Protecting Real Estate with LLCs Comparing LLCs to Other Possible RealEstate Entities

Finding and Working with Professionals
Filing Your Articles
Conver ting Your Current Business into an
Members Interests and Certificates
Estate Planning Avoiding Death Taxes
The Partof Tens
About the CD Software

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Jennifer Reuting has helped thousands of businesses get started through her companies and InCorp. She is at the forefront of recent changes in starting and structuring LLCs.

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