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LLCs are easy to form, simple to maintain, and can scale as your business grows. LLCs combine the flexibility of a partnership with the liability protection enjoyed by corporations and allow you to avoid double taxation.
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We prepare all legal documents to register your company to do business in the state.
We file your Articles of Incorporation with the state, monitor the process, and promptly deliver the final paperwork to you upon approval.
We check the availability of your desired business name with the state.
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Choose your preferred package based on your specific needs and state requirements.
A CT specialist will call you to answer questions, verify speciﬁcs, and tailor your LLC to the needs of your business.
We’ll prepare, ﬁle, and confirm all necessary paperwork with your Secretary of State.
Unlike corporations, LLCs do not face strict ongoing meeting and documentation requirements. It’s why many LLC owners create an operating agreement that allows them to sidestep many corporate formalities, including annual shareholder and director meetings.
An LLC has more flexibility and fewer ownership restrictions than either C and S corporations. That said, if you’re planning on distributing stock, an S corporation might be a better option. Also, corporations are exposed to franchise taxes in many states (including California) where LLCs are exempt.