LLCs

Can More Than One Business Be Conducted Under One LLC?

by: Elizabeth Rayne, J.D.

A limited liability company, or LLC, is a common and flexible legal structure that is formed under state law. Like a corporation, the owners of an LLC are not personally liable for the debts of the business.
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Advantages & Disadvantages of an LLC in Iowa

by Salvatore Jackson

Federal Requirements for a Nonprofit LLC

by Melanie Jo Triebel

What Does it Cost to Form a Delaware LLC?

by Lauren Miller

Does an LLC Need to Place a Value on Each Membership?

by: William Pirraglia

An LLC should place a value on each membership. A membership interest is the value of all of the rights enjoyed by LLC owners, called members, including their monetary investment, voting rights and ability to share in the LLC's profits. A member's ...
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How do I File Taxes for an LLC?

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Does an LLC Have Articles of Incorporation?

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Does a Comma Go in Front of LLC?

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What Are the Advantages of an LLC in Wyoming?

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LLC is the abbreviation for limited liability company, which is an unincorporated business structure created under and governed by state law.

Difference Between Joint Venture & Multi Member LLC

by: Jeff Clements

Individuals and companies often cooperate in various ways to pursue different types of business opportunities. Some opportunities call for an ongoing relationship between the partners, as in the case of creating a business such as an LLC.
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How to Maintain an LLC

by Rachel Moran

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