E What is it?E How does it work?E Common questions
Since the 1970’s the traditional LLC has been the business entity of choice for smart business owners and investors.
You don’t have to be rich to preserve your wealth. You just have to make sure you don’t lose what wealth you’ve earned.
If you’re a real estate investor, it’s time to ask yourself an important question: are you protected?
If you’re a real estate investor with assets in your personal name you need to pick up the clue phone.
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E Traditional LLC for Investing
E Traditional LLC for “Flips”
E Manager Managed or Member Managed
E Traditional LLC Joint Ventures
E Funding Your LLC
E Managing Special Allocations
E vs. An LLC, An S-Corporation or C-Corporation
E vs. Series LLC: Asset Protection
E vs. Series LLC: Structure
E vs. Insurance
E Articles of Organization
E Protection through a Properly Worded Operating Agreement
E Insurance Coverage Gaps
E Insurance vs. LLC
E 3 Key Benefits of Using an LLC Structure
E LLCs as Pass Through Entities
E Self-Employment Taxes for Single Member LLCs
E How Members Are Taxed
E LLC Types Comparison Related to Paying Taxes
E Record Keeping
E Registered Agent: Requirement
E Registered Agent: Out-of-State LLCs
E Member Buyouts
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Limited Liability Companies (LLC) are a legal structure that legally separates you from your business.
This plan ensures that you have everything you need for a successful, legally compliant real estate business.
You’ve likely heard online from some keyboard warrior or a CPA or perhaps even from an attorney that an LLC is easy to sue.
Setting up and properly structuring LLCs isn’t cheap. I know this.
People ask us all the time: “Is an LLC really worth it?” This one has a simple answer.
Multi member LLCs aren’t always required, it depends on the state statute.
First and foremost, most of the time you can choose which kind of LLC you want.
LLC stands for limited liability corporation and it is a business structure that combines that of a sole proprietor …