Filled with essential forms and advice, The LLC and Corporation Start-Up Guide will help you avoid problems and save you immeasurable amounts of time, effort and money. The LLC and Corporation Start-Up Guide is a must-have resource for the aspiring business owner who needs to know about organizing or incorporating his or her business. While anyone can start a new business venture, the smart proprietor knows that putting the right legal protections in place isthe most important step for the business. - Learn advantages and disadvantages of setting up a corporation or an LLC - Protect yourself from personal liability - Master start-up procedures and tax regulations that you need to know - Discover step-by-step procedures for setting up your business - Learn how to run your business - Find out how to get more information from your state Additional features include: - Anextensive appendix of the rules, fees, forms, and requirements for starting your own business - Specific information on each of the 50 states - Sample start-up forms Start your business ahead of the game! Mark Warda received his law degree from the University of Illinois in Champaign. He has written or co-authored more than seventy-five titles, including Incorporate in Florida and The Complete Nonprofit Corporation Kit.
Limited liability companies combine the protection of a corporation with the tax benefits of a partnership. This book includes all the forms and instructions for forming an LLC in all 50 states, with state-by-state law summaries.
Release on 2003-03-31 | by Martin M. Shenkman,Samuel Weiner,Ivan Taback
Author: Martin M. Shenkman,Samuel Weiner,Ivan Taback
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
With Starting a Limited Liability Company you’ll learn how an LLC can work for you and exactly what you need to do to set up and operate one. The updated second edition features completely revised and updated planning strategies, and new chapters on the one-member liability company, estate planning, home businesses, and more. You’ll also find: Expert guidance on applying LLCs to operating a business, estate planning, protecting assets, real estate acquisitions, professional practices, avoiding ancillary probate, and venture capital operations Plans and strategies for converting partnerships into LLCs and combining LLCs and trust planning A detailed glossary, along with checklists and loads of sample legal forms that simplify the process
Release on 2020-05-31 | by Alexander Schröder-Frerkes,Armin Göhring
Author: Alexander Schröder-Frerkes,Armin Göhring
The Limited Liability Company under German Law, published in association with German Law Publishers, explores the most relevant legal issues and topics for investors seeking to establish or acquire a GmbH in Germany and is aimed at investors with a legal background as well as those without.
Release on 2007 | by Tom Cody,Dem A. Hopkins,Lawrence A. Perlman,Linda L. Kalteux
Author: Tom Cody,Dem A. Hopkins,Lawrence A. Perlman,Linda L. Kalteux
Category: Business & Economics
This revised handbook provides a concise discussion of the limited liability company (LLC), the popular alternative business form for small- and medium-sized enterprises that strategically combines the pass-through tax advantages and operational flexibility of the partnership with the limited liability of the corporation. The Guide explains, in clear language, key information about the benefits available within the LLC format, and a synopsis of each state's LLC statute enables you to quickly identify relevant planning opportunities or potential pitfalls. Book jacket.
Release on 2017-08-11 | by Publisher's Editorial Staff
Author: Publisher's Editorial Staff
LexisNexis brings you Laws of Virginia related to the State Corporation Commission, Corporations, Limited Liability Companies, Business Trusts, Partnerships, Limited Partnerships. Over 60 relevant sections featuring the latest legislation from the Regular Session of the Virginia General Assembly. Content • Laws Related to The State Corporation Commission • Corporations Law • Limited Liability Company Law • Business Trusts Law • Partnerships Law • Limited Partnerships Law This eBook features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
Release on 2016-09-07 | by Publisher's Editorial Staff
Author: Publisher's Editorial Staff
This handy reference is a concise, compact compilation of selected Georgia statutes pertaining to business entities. Fully indexed, this manual is perfect for both business owners and the attorneys that represent them. Table of Contents includes selections from: • Business Corporations (Title 14, Chapter 2) • Nonprofit Corporations (Title 14, Chapter 3) • Secretary of State Corporations (Title 14, Chapter 4) • Professional Corporations (Title 14, Chapter 7) • Limited Liability Companies (Title 14, Chapter 11) In addition to the statutory content, this critical reference includes appendices that list contact information for the Georgia Secretary of State Corporations Division, as well as the Division's fee and cost schedules and links to web-based forms. The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.
Release on 2009 | by John M. Cunningham,Vernon R. Proctor
Forms and Practice Manual
Author: John M. Cunningham,Vernon R. Proctor
Pubpsher: Aspen Publishers Online
Drafting Delaware LLC Agreements: Forms and Practice Manual provides a comprehensive and sophisticated analysis of the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act from an entity formation viewpoint and sets forth extensive practical guidelines for lawyers planning, negotiating and drafting Delaware LLC agreements. Among other features: The book exhaustively identifies the definitional, mandatory, default and permissive provisions critical in forming Delaware LLCs, and it addresses in detail the more important of these provisions. It contains detailed criteria and practical examples for use in choosing among Delaware LLCs and other types of Delaware entities, including limited partnerships and corporations, in business entity formations ("non-tax choice of entity"). To the authors' knowledge, it provides the most complete analysis of the series LLC provisions of the Delaware Act currently available in LLC literature. It provides in digital form model LLC agreements that address all of the various ownership structures, management structures and tax structures that Delaware LLC formation clients may need--a total of nine agreements for single-member LLCs and 33 for multi-member LLCs. Finally, the book contains plain-English explanations for lawyers who are not tax specialists concerning all principal federal and state tax issues likely to be important to Delaware entity formation clients. A CD containing customizable agreements, for ease of use, along with the full text of the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act is included with your purchase! SPECIAL OFFER... Get the latest monthly edition of Drafting Delaware LLC Agreements: Forms and Practice Manual E-Newsletter. Download your FREE E-Newsletter NOW! The co-authors of the book and E-Newsletter are John M. Cunningham, the author of Drafting Limited Liability Company Operating Agreements (Aspen Publishers), the leading generic (i.e., non-state specific) LLC form book and practice manual; and Vernon R. Proctor, a partner and co-founder of Proctor Heyman LLP, a Wilmington, Delaware business litigation law firm. Mr. Proctor is a member of the Delaware State Bar Association committee that annually updates the Delaware LLC Act and the other Delaware "alternative entity" statutes.
Release on 2006-01-01 | by Robert L. Symonds,Robert L. Symonds, Jr.,Matthew J. O'Toole
Author: Robert L. Symonds,Robert L. Symonds, Jr.,Matthew J. O'Toole
Pubpsher: Aspen Publishers Online
Symonds & O'Toole on Delaware Limited Liability Companies by renowned experts Robert L Symonds, Jr. and Matthew J. O'Toole combines practice-based Delaware LLC insights, completely current coverage, and up-to-date forms presented in logical order, allowing you to confidently represent your clients from start to finish. Everything you need to know about Delaware Limited Liability Companies is included in this one easy-to-use reference, complete with Bonus Delaware LLC Forms CD-ROM. Since the 1988 IRS ruling permitting the advantages of pass-through tax reporting, the number of Delaware Limited Liability Companies formed annually has increased at an explosive rate. Symonds & O'Toole on Delaware Limited Liability Companies provides practical evaluation of the Delaware Limited Liability Company, expertly analyzing the most current Delaware LLC law, as well as the underlying principles and reasoning, allowing you to master the specific issues facing Delaware LLC practitioners today, and to find workable approaches to potentially problematic Delaware LLC situations. Symonds & O'Toole on Delaware Limited Liability Companies is the first resource to include complete coverage of all 2006 statutory changes regarding: Filings of Delaware LLC Documents with the Secretary of State Delaware Limited Liability Company management Fundamental Transactions, including Delaware LLC mergers, conversion and consolidation of other entities into the Delaware LLC (and Delaware LLC into other entities) Everything you need to know about a Delaware Limited Liability Company is found in this one easy-to-use reference: Expert "how to" guidance on drafting Delaware Limited Liability Company agreements Extensive Tables covering changes to the Delaware limited Liability Company Act and Delaware LLC case law Delaware LLC Forms for practitioners drafted by experienced practitioners Reliable In-Depth, Expert Coverage of all 2006 Delaware LLC statutory amendments About Authors Robert L. Symonds Jr. and Matthew J. O'Toole: Robert L. Symonds Jr. and Matthew J. O'Toole are shareholders and directors in the Delaware office of Stevens & Lee P.C. Both have broad experience with the structuring and use of Delaware business entities. Mr. Symonds is one of the original drafters of the Delaware Limited Liability Company Act, and is a member of the Delaware State Bar Association's committee charged with reviewing and proposing amendments to the Delaware Statutory Trust Act. Mr. O'Toole is a member of the Council of the Corporation Law Section of the Delaware State Bar Association. Mr. Symonds and Mr. O'Toole both serve on the Delaware State Bar Association's committee that reviews and proposes amendments to Delaware's Limited Liability Company and Partnership Statutes, and Mr. Symonds is immediate past Chair of that committee.