What's a LLC?
An LLC, which stands for “Limited Liability Company”, is a type of business structure that lets you classify your business as a separate entity from you personally. This allows you to keep your personal assets separate from your business assets, and protect them from your business debts and liabilities.
You can open bank accounts, enter contracts, hire employees, and obtain business licenses and permits under you LLC. Most states require an annual filing and fee to keep your business in good standing.
If you are ready with the name you want to use, we’ll do an initial search. Not yet sure? You can decide once you’ve completed our questionnaire.
Next, we’ll review your answers and check if your proposed LLC name is available with the Secretary of State. If not, we’ll contact you for an alternative name. Once your name’s settled, we’ll prepare your Articles of Organization and submit them to the Secretary of State to register your LLC and obtain your EIN number.
Our charge charge for LLC, Articles of Organization, Secretary of State registration, Statement of Information and obtaining EIN is $695.00. We do not bill until all information is submitted.