The chief benefits of an LLC are that it
combine the liability protection of a corporation with the pass-through taxation of a sole
proprietorship or partnership.
We form more LLCs than any other business structure. LLCs are a popular choice for small
Limit Your Liability!
Forming an LLC protects your personal assets such as your home, car, and savings from debts and
obligations of the business. This is the most important feature of your LLC.
Save on Taxes
Pay taxes for the LLC at the same time and at the same rate as you pay your personal income
How is an LLC Taxed?
Most LLCs start with pass-through taxation. As your business grows, continue saving by
electing S-Corp then C-Corp tax treatment.
Claim Your Name
No other business will be permitted to register the name that you claim for your
LLCs are perceived as being more established than sole proprietorships and general
Easy To Run
Running an LLC has fewer formalities than running a corporation. LLCs should have a separate
account and hold an annual meeting with minutes.
LLCs continue to exist even if an owner dies or leaves. LLCs exist until they are
"Advantages & Disadvantages of an LLC"