In this book, author and attorney David M. Steingold presents readers with a comprehensive guide to forming and running a single-member limited liability corporation (SMLLC). The book covers LLCs and business structure basics; the taxation of SMLLCs; forming an SMLLC; financing, conversion, and dissolution; liability concerns for SMLLCs; running your SMLLC; financial record keeping and written resolutions; resolutions for a single-member LLC; and a wide variety of many other related subjects. The author is a practicing attorney based in Michigan. Annotation ©2017 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (protoview.com)Ingram Publishing ServicesFind Out All You Need to Know About Single Member LLCs
Single-member LLCs are the new business entity of choice for small businesses with one owner. Easy to form and operate, Single Member LLCs combine some of the most desirable features of older, more traditional business structures like corporations, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. With an Single Member LLC, you get personal liability protection, pass-through taxation, and flexibility of management.
This book provides an overview of everything you need to know about Single Member LLCs, including:
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- what forms and documents you need to create an SMLLC
- how to initially fund an SMLLC
- what your options are for managing an SMLLC
- how to prepare taxes for an SMLLC
- what kinds of records you need to maintain for your SMLLC, and
- liability issues specific to SMLLCs.
has all the essential information you need to decide whether an SMLLC is the right choice for your business. The book includes a sample operating agreement and written consent forms as well as tips and examples throughout to help clarify the most important points.
SMLLCs are the new popular business entity of choice for single owner small businesses. This book provides all the essential information you need to decide whether an SMLLC is the right choice for you and your business. It covers everything from forming an SMLLC to SMLLC tax and liability issues to dissolving an SMLLC.