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What is a Limited Liability Company (LLC)?
In short, an LLC is a hybrid between a partnership and a Corporation. It offers the best of both worlds – the pass-through taxation and hassle-free maintenance of a partnership and the limited liability protections for the owners and operators that a corporation offers. This is why it is quickly becoming the most popular business structure available today.
What are the Advantages of an LLC?

Personal liability protection
Any creditors who come knocking or lawsuits filed against your business can’t affect you personally. You can rest assured that no matter what happens in the business, your family’s assets are safe.

Business liability protection
An LLC is one of the only entities that prevents personal lawsuits and creditors from liquidating your business.

No separate tax returns
With a standard LLC, the business’s profits and losses are reported on your personal tax returns.

No double taxation
With a standard LLC, the business’s profits and losses are reported on your personal tax returns.

No ownership restrictions
You can have as many owners as you need. Even other entities can be owners!

No management restrictions
Owners can manage and managers can own — you decide.

Flexible tax status
You can choose from a multitude of ways to be taxed, depending on what works best for your situation.

Flexible profit distribution
You decide what percentage of the profits to give to whom — no matter how much of the company the person actually owns.


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