Starting a Limited Liability Company

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Wiley, Mar 31, 2003 - Law - 320 pages
With Starting a Limited Liability Company you’ll learn how an LLC can work for you and exactly what you need to do to set up and operate one. The updated second edition features completely revised and updated planning strategies, and new chapters on the one-member liability company, estate planning, home businesses, and more. You’ll also find:
  • Expert guidance on applying LLCs to operating a business, estate planning, protecting assets, real estate acquisitions, professional practices, avoiding ancillary probate, and venture capital operations
  • Plans and strategies for converting partnerships into LLCs and combining LLCs and trust planning
  • A detailed glossary, along with checklists and loads of sample legal forms that simplify the process

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Contents

What Is a Limited Liability Company?
4
Ability to Control Benefits
10
Comparing Limited Liability Companies with Other
21
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

MARTIN M. SHENKMAN, CPA, MBA, JP, is a well-known tax and real estate attorney, lecturer, and author. His other Wiley titles include How to Buy a House with No (or Little) Money Down, The Homeowners’ Legal Bible, and The Complete Book of Trusts.
SAMUEL WEINER is an attorney with the firm of Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Forman & Leonard PA.
IVAN TABACK is an attorney in the personal planning department of the law firm Proskauer Rose LLP.

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