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Ways on How to Get An LLC

Companies / SME May 12, 2018 - 03:35 PM GMT

By: Anwar_Hossain

Companies Forming a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is not as sophisticated as most people perceive. In fact, it is actually the ideal legal structure for business individuals who want to start their own company.

 Let’s see how to get llc for a company. The requirements for forming an LLC differ from state to state, but the process of setting one up will take you just a few hours, depending on the difficulty of your organizational structure. The following are the basics of forming a Limited Liability Company.


Choose an Appropriate Name for Your LLC

When coming up with a name for your LLC, it is significant to comply with the regulations of your state concerning the registration of your LLC. First, the name should be unique and different to any other company. Second, it must end with the abbreviation ‘Ltd. Liability Company.’ Third, the phrase should not include some prohibited words, such as “insurance” or “bank.”

File the LLC Articles of Association

After choosing the name of your LLC, prepare and file the ‘articles of organization’ which is also known as ‘certificate of formation’ in most states. This document can be accessed from the office or website of the secretary of state.

Unlike a partnership, you will be required to pay some filing fees when setting up an LLC and submitting the articles of organization. Most states in the U.S. charge an average cost of $100 for every submission. During the process of filing your articles of organization, you will be required to provide information, such as the name of your LLC, the purpose of your business, and the names of the members in your business. Also, you are required to fill in the tax id form before you apply for LLC.

Apart from that, you may also be required to provide the name and address of one of your members to act on behalf of the company as the ‘registered agent.’

Create an LLC Operating Agreement

The agreement should clearly explain the responsibilities, management, and financial rights for all LLC members. For instance, it should express the criteria for distributing profit in the company among its members. In short, it is a document that sets out the regulations on ownership and the operations of the business. The agreement may also include members’ voting rights and management strategies of an LLC.

Publish a Notice in Your Local Newspaper

 You may be required to publish a notice in your local newspaper, although this requirement varies from one state or county to another. It is the most convenient way to make your LLC public. After publishing it in the newspaper for several times over a period of weeks, you will then be required to submit an ‘affidavit of publication’ to the LLC filing office.

Obtain Your Licenses and Permits

After completing the above steps, your Limited Liability Company will be official and ready for business. However, before beginning any operations, you will be required to obtain permits and licenses, which may include a zoning permit, business license, or a tax identification number. These licenses and permits will guarantee you a smooth start to running your own business.

By Anwar Hossain

© 2018 Anwar Hossain - All Rights Reserved

Disclaimer: The above is a matter of opinion provided for general information purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. Information and analysis above are derived from sources and utilising methods believed to be reliable, but we cannot accept responsibility for any losses you may incur as a result of this analysis. Individuals should consult with their personal financial advisors.


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