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We live in a society where lawsuits are a fact of life, so it’s prudent to protect yourself, your home, and your treasured belongings against someone going after your personal possessions and resources. As with corporations, a limited liability company (LLC) can limit your personal financial liability, protecting you from undue exposure.

Advantages to Forming a LLC

Whether you’re ready to expand your existing business or you’re ready to start a new one, forming a limited liability company (LLC) can be an excellent way to protect your personal rights, property, and finances in the event of a lawsuit. Making your business a LLC limits the exposure of your assets to liability, just as with a corporation, but does so with much greater ease and flexibility than the more rigid corporate structure. This means you’ll spend less time on paperwork and have more time to focus on your business.

An additional advantage to forming a LLC is that it will be classified as a separate and distinct entity, which can greatly simplify record-keeping and accounting. A LLC also gives you the freedom to choose how your company is taxed — as a corporation, partnership, or sole proprietorship — and lets you select the method that’s most cost-effective for you and your business.

Alternatives to a LLC

The LLC structure is an ideal solution for many businesses, but there are also alternatives that may be more suitable for you. For example, attracting outside investors may be easier if you incorporate your business. Or, if you are starting a small, brand new business with low risk, you may wish to begin by simply filing a fictitious business name or DBA. No matter which format is right for you, The Document People can help.

How to Open a LLC Using The Document People

The Document People makes forming a LLC easier and faster than anyone else! Our complete package will provide you with everything you need for your first year, including:

  • Name Search
  • Preparation of the Articles
  • Filing in Person
  • Pick Up in Person
  • Corporate kit
  • Generic Operating Agreement
  • Seal
  • Stock certificates
  • Tax ID Number
  • Statement of Information

If you’re ready to protect yourself and grow your business, contact us for pricing and additional information.

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