LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
WHAT IS AN LLC?
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a business structure formed by filing Articles of Organization with the Corporations Division of the desired state's Secretary of State.
Owners of an LLC are called members. Most states allow members to be individuals, corporations, other LLCs and foreign entities. There is no maximum number of members. Unlike a nonprofit organization, an LLC is all yours as a single member to do any lawful business you want. If there will be others (members) in the LLC with you, the business affairs should be clearly spellled out in a written and notarized Operating Agreement.
OUR LLC PACKAGE
LLC PACKAGE INCLUDES:
Filing the Articies of Organization
A new employer identification number (EIN) from IRS
An Operating Agreement (Single or Multi-Member)
Trade Name Registration (see DBA info below)
Trademark Registration of Logo (if any)
Domain Registration for future website
ALL FILING FEES ARE INCLUDED
TO GET STARTED: Complete the LLC Intake Form below. Your info will be transmitted to us electronically and you'll be contacted with a quote. We will answer any questions you have, then open a new client file and send you an invoice for payment. It's that simple!
DBA means "doing business as." A DBA is any registered name that a business operates under that isn't its legal business name. A DBA is sometimes called a trade name, fictitious business name, or assumed name.
A DBA isn't a business structure and doesn't provide any personal asset protection like an LLC or corporation.