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What Is an LLC?

LLC stands for limited liability company. It’s a business structure defined by the state, which allows each state to set its own regulations.
The purpose of an LLC is to separate your personal liability from your business liability. There are many reasons you’ll want to form an LLC.
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Who Can Own an LLC?

LLC owners are called members. You can form a single-member LLC, and a member doesn’t need to be a person. This allows corporations, other LLCs, trusts, and foreign entities to own an LLC.
When you file with LLC Attorney, you won’t need to worry about what your state does or doesn’t allow — we’ll tell you!
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Do You Need an LLC?

While LLC formation is not required, it’s almost always recommended. An LLC provides a clear distinction between your personal and business liabilities — protecting your personal assets, including homes, vehicles, and financial accounts, from business-related risks.
Not sure if you have a business or a hobby? Filing a DBA might be right for you!
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Is It Safe to Set Up an LLC Online?

Yes, with LLC Attorney, it’s completely safe. Everything you do on our website is protected and secure. We can even file so your information is never shared online publicly.
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How Does an LLC Affect Your Federal Taxes?

It may not. The Internal Revenue Service does not view an LLC as a business structure for federal tax purposes. This gives you tax flexibility! LLCs can be taxed as a sole proprietor, partnership, S Corp or C Corp.

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Protect Your Personal Assets

In the unlikely (but possible) event someone brings legal action against your business, your personal assets are safe.

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Open a Business Bank Account

Keeping your business finances separate from your personal ones is key to effectively managing both. We can help you with this too!

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Flexible Management & Taxes

As an LLC, you can choose the tax structure that makes the most sense for you (and may help lower your tax bill.)

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Easy to Form and Maintain

Compared to other business types, an LLC is the easiest to obtain. Just click Start My Business, and we’ll take it from there.

When You Don’t Want Your Information Online

You want to stay anonymous, and we get that. We'll make sure that the names of your owners and managers aren't listed, so your information stays private and off public records.

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Why LLC Attorney Is the Best LLC Formation Service

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Fast
Get your LLC formation filed within 24 hours. When you’re ready, we’re ready.
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Affordable
We keep our pricing low and transparent. You don’t have to worry about surprise costs.
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Reliable
We have a curated group of experienced attorneys and paralegals.

Frequently Asked Questions

LLC owners are called members. A single-member LLC can be owned by an individual, a corporation, another LLC, a trust, or a foreign entity. When you file with LLC Attorney, we’ll guide you through what your state allows.

While not required, forming an LLC is highly recommended. It provides clear distinction between personal and business liabilities, offering protection for your personal assets. If you’re unsure if you need an LLC or just a DBA, we can help you decide.

Absolutely. With LLC Attorney, your information is protected and secure. We handle the filing process to ensure your details are not shared publicly.

The IRS does not view an LLC as a business structure for federal tax purposes, giving you tax flexibility. Your LLC can be taxed as a sole proprietor, partnership, S Corp, or C Corp, depending on what works best for you.

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