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What is an LLC?

A limited liability company (LLC) is a popular business structure that allows for the simplicity of pass-through taxation like a sole-proprietorship while providing liability protection for owners similar to a corporation.

How do I start an LLC?

Forming an LLC for your business requires several steps, including naming your LLC, appointing a registered agent, preparing an operating agreement, and filing articles of organization with the Secretary of State in the state in which you are forming your business.

How do I open a bank account?

Banks generally require business owners to provide articles of organization and EIN (Tax ID) when opening an account for a limited liability Company (LLC).

What are compliance requirements for my LLC?

Filing requirements differ by state, but commonly an LLC needs to file an Annual or Biennial Report with the Secretary of State that reflects accurate business information such as business address, registered agent, etc. Many states also require LLCs to make annual Franchise Tax payments.

What is the difference between a member and manager of a LLC?

Business owners in an LLC are referred to as "members". Most commonly, with a member-managed LLC, the member(s) handle day-to-day management of the business. However, LLC members may choose to designate decision making authority to a third party, or non-member "manager".

What is the difference between an S-Corporation and an LLC?

With the exception of some passive income activity, such as real estate holdings, LLC owners are responsible for calculating and paying self-employment taxes (Medicare and Social Security) on their individual tax return using Schedule SE. The S-Corp is not an entity structure but rather a tax status election that allows for business owners to pay self-employment tax on their salary income but not on remaining business profits taken as a distribution. A business that typically generates profits greater than the owner�s reasonable salaries may reduce tax burden with the S-Corp election.

What are the advantages of an LLC over Sole proprietorship?

The primary advantage offered by a limited liability company (LLC) over a sole proprietorship is liability protection for owners. Generally, LLC members personal assets are protected against any liability incurred during the course of doing business.

What is a registered agent?

A registered agent is an individual or a company assigned to receive service of process and other official mail on behalf of a business. Generally, registered agents must maintain a physical address and be available to receive service of process during normal business hours, Monday - Friday.

Can my LLC have a DBA?

Yes. If you wish to do business with a different name than your LLC, you may wish to register a doing business as (DBA) name. For example, ACE 123 FUNNY, LLC doing business as "Ace 123 FUNNY PEOPLE". Generally, a DBA is registered with a state agency or county clerk in the county where you will be doing business.

Does my LLC have to file federal taxes?

Generally, the IRS considers the limited liability company (LLC) as a pass-through entity, not a taxable entity separate from owners, or members. This means that owners have the option of reporting business income and losses on their own personal tax returns rather than filing a separate return for the LLC and having taxes assessed directly like a corporation.

What is an EIN?

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) commonly referred to as a Tax ID Number, is a unique number assigned by the IRS to identify a business entity. Whether operating as a sole-proprietor, LLC or a corporation, every new business should obtain an EIN.

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