Limited Liability Company (LLC): Easily Form Your Own LLC

Sam Mollaei, Esq., #1 Highest Rated Business Lawyer

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22 Lessons (1h 22m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      3:05
    • 2. How to Make the Most of this Course!

      1:21
    • 3. What is a Limited Company LLC?

      4:16
    • 4. Advantages of a Limited Liability Company LLC

      3:43
    • 5. Disadvantages of a Limited Liability Company LLC

      3:34
    • 6. Is Forming a Limited Liability Company LLC Right For You?

      2:24
    • 7. Do I Need a Lawyer to Form a Limited Liability Company LLC?

      2:23
    • 8. Can I Convert My Existing Business to a Limited Liability Company LLC?

      1:25
    • 9. Overview of How to Form a Limited Liability Company LLC

      3:18
    • 10. Step #1: Naming Your Limited Liability Company LLC

      5:31
    • 11. 1Step #2: File “Doing Business As” or DBA2

      3:32
    • 12. Step #3: File Articles of Organization

      4:53
    • 13. Step #4: Create Operating Agreement

      6:28
    • 14. Step #5: Get Employer Identification Number (EIN)

      4:56
    • 15. Step #6: Apply for Business Licenses & Permits

      4:14
    • 16. Other Important Notes to Consider When Forming an LLC

      3:24
    • 17. How Much Does it Cost to Form a Limited Liability Company LLC On Your Own?

      1:52
    • 18. Registered Agent or Agent for Service of Process - What is it & How to Find One?

      2:35
    • 19. Electing Corporate Taxation with IRS - How to Save on Taxes

      6:11
    • 20. How are Limited Liability Companies LLC Taxed?

      5:40
    • 21. Dissolving & Ending a Limited Liability Company LLC - What to Do to Close an LLC

      2:56
    • 22. Course Summary & Wrap-up

      4:21
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Project Description

Use the sample Limited Liability Company (LLC) Operating Agreement attached to draft your own Operating Agreement.

We strongly suggest you customize this document to suit your unique situation. You may require additional clauses or may need to remove some clauses specific for your Limited Liability Company.

This document has been prepared for general informational use only. Because this sample document does not represent the unique facts and circumstances of your business, it is highly recommended that you seek legal advice from an appropriate licensed attorney.

For the sake of simplicity, use the “Replace” feature of Word to replace all words in brackets.

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