Starting Your LLC
Find out how to start an LLC and learn state LLC requirements in our Starting an LLC section. Get the information you need to start an LLC fast and efficiently.
Why do film companies form an LLC for a movie?
For most independent filmmakers, forming an LLC is the best choice for their movie production companies since it mitigates liability, defines…
LLC vs. PC for the solo practice
When choosing the best way to set up your company, it's important to understand the tax repercussions and other differences between your options.
Advantages and disadvantages of LLC vs. LLP
LLC or LLP? The initials are nearly identical, but there are important differences between them as forms of business organization.
How to close an LLC
Closing an LLC is not as simple as locking the door and walking away. There are several steps you must take to protect yourself from liability and…
Creating a single-member LLC operating agreement
An operating agreement may not be required by your state when forming your company, but there are many reasons it is important to have one.
Can a revocable trust be a sole member of an LLC?
To pass your property on to beneficiaries cost-effectively when you die, consider combining a revocable trust with an LLC. It's surprisingly simple.
5 myths about starting an online business
Don't believe the hype about these common online business misunderstandings.
How to add capital contributions to an LLC
Funding your LLC—whether at startup or later down the road—is easy: member contributions. But there's a harder part: keeping your records straight…
Can an S corporation be a member of an LLC?
Because an S corporation must follow IRS rules—and an LLC, state laws—cross-ownership can be confusing. But it's possible in the right circumstances.
How to change a corporation to an LLC without dissolving the corporation
If you want to change your corporation into an LLC, the traditional process is slow and complicated. But in many states, there's an easier, less-…