The Complete Limited Liability Company Kit

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SphinxLegal, Jun 1, 2005 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
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One of the most popular forms of business ownership, a limited liability company offers all the protection of a corporation with all the favorable tax treatment of a partnership. With it, you can keep your home and other personal assets safe from creditors while not being doubly taxed by the IRS. It is truly the best choice for many new small businesses.

Double Asset Protection: Discover how an LLC can provide not one, but two layers of protection against liability and credit issues.

Advantages and Disadvantages: Make sure that you are fully informed so that the way you establish your business best fits your needs.

Quick Guides: Verify that you are meeting your goals, saving time and maximizing your profits with tools such as a checklist for forming an LLC and tips for running your LLC.

State-Specific Information: Complete the process and make any necessary adjustments based on your state's laws with hand state-by-state statutes and securities offices resource guides.

Ready-to-Use Forms: Find everything your need to form, operate and succeed with your LLC, including all forms on CD-ROM (with step-by-step instructions and samples in the text) for professional-looking documents that you can modify for your particular needs.
 

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Mark Warda received his B.A. in political science from the University of Illinois in Chicago and his J.D. from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He has studied in Barcelona, Cologne, and at the University of Oxford, England. Living in Florida with his wife and young son, he has written or coauthored over sixty self-help law books.

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