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Our Experts Make It Easier For Your Business To Gain The Benefits Of LLC Formation, Such As:

Personal Asset Protection
Tax Savings
Easy Two-Step Filing Process

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Answer a few easy questions to help you decide which one may be your best choice

What Distinguishes an LLC?

If you’re forming a new business or making changes to a current business, one of your options for structuring your company is a Limited Liability Company, more commonly known as an LLC. DoMyLLC features a two-step filing process for forming your very own LLC, and we make sure everything is quick, painless and easy. To ensure your LLC is set up correctly, we have all the forms and documents our clients need to start, mange and grow their LLC

Why Choose Us?

    What sets DoMyLLC apart from other companies that can help you form an LLC is we put all of our focus on helping you rather than beating the competition. Facets of our business philosophy include:

  • Providing competitive pricing as well as a price-match guarantee
  • Offering dependable customer care
  • Featuring a 100 percent guarantee
  • Offering professional live support
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Advantages of an LLC

    Now that you have a better idea of why the experienced specialists of DoMyLLC are well-qualified to assist you with structuring your business, we want to explain the specific advantages of LLCs compared to sole proprietorships, partnerships and corporations:

  • Members aren’t personally responsible for company liabilities or debts
  • Less paperwork and fewer company formalities
  • Fewer management structure restrictions
  • Unlimited number of members

Not enough advantages for you? Feel free to explore more on our benefits page.

Comparison Chart

LLC

C-Corp

S-Corp

DBA

LLCs provide personal liability and asset protection. Members (owners) are not held personally liable for the debts of the company.

C-Corps provide personal liability and asset protection. Officers, Directors, and Shareholders are not held personally liable for the debts of the company.

S-Corps provide personal liability and asset protection. Officers, Directors and Shareholders are not held personally liable for the debts of the company.

Owners have no personal liability or asset protection. Owners are held personally liable for the debts of the company.

Pass through taxation. LLCs are not taxed at the Corporate level. The profits and losses pass through to the members to report with their personal income tax.

C-Corps are double taxed. The company is taxed at the corporate level and dividends distributed to share holders are taxed as well.

Pass through taxation. S-Corps are not taxed at the Corporate level. The profits and losses pass through to the shareholders to report with their personal income tax.

DBA's are not taxed at the corporate level. Profits and losses are report by the owner/owners with their personal income taxes.

Although fees vary by state, LLCs are required to pay a filing fee along with the article of organization to set up an LLC.

Although fees vary by state, C-Corps are required to pay a filing fee along with the articles of incorporation to set up an C-Corp.

Although fees vary by state, S-Corps are required to pay a filing fee along with the articles of incorporation to set up an S-Corp.

Most DBA filings are done at the county level and do not require a state formation fee. Some states de require a state level registration and filing fee.

LLCs can be member managed or manager managed. In a member managed LLC the owners of the company are the ones that manage the day to day activities of the LLC. In a Manager-managed LLC the member elected a manager or managers to manage the day to day activities of the LLC.

C-Corps have shareholders, directors and officers. The shareholders are the owners of the company. The directors are elected by the shareholders and they appoint/elect officers to run the day to day activities of the business. People can hold multiple offices A C-Corp can have one person who is the only shareholder, directors and officer.

S-Corps have shareholders, directors and officers. The shareholders are the owners of the company. The directors are elected by the shareholders and they appoint/elect officers to run the day to day activities of the business. People can hold multiple offices A S-Corp can have one person who is the only shareholder, director and officer.

DBA owner/owners run ALL day to day activates of the company and have no restrictions within their role.

LLCs have a very informal business structure. LLCs have become very popular to form for this reason. LLCs are not required to hold meetings, documents minutes of meetings, issue stock or elect directors.

C-Corps have a very formal structure. C-Corps are required to have bylaws, hold annual meetings, documents minutes of meetings, issue stock and elect directors. Failure to comply with these formalities could cause the corporate veil to be pierced.

S-Corps have a very formal structure. S-Corps are required to have bylaws, hold annual meetings, documents minutes of meetings, issue stock and elect directors. Failure to comply with these formalities could cause the corporate veil to be pierced.

No corporate formalities are required.

LLCs can be either perpetual or have and finite end date. The existence term of an LLC is usually document in the operating agreement of the company. Some states require on the article of organization to list a termination date or list a perpetual existance. If perpetual the company will continue to exist the member die or if member interests are transferred.

C-Corps are a separate legal entity and have a perpetual existence. The corporation survives death and or transfer of stock of the owners.

S-Corps are a separate legal entity and have a perpetual existence. The corporation survives death and or transfer of stock of the owners.

A DBA ends with the death of the owner/owners or upon closing the business.

Most states require LLCs to file a annual report of pay franchise taxes on a yearly or biennially. Some states do not require any filings.

Most states require C-Corps to file a annual report or pay franchise taxes on a yearly or biennially. These fees can range from $10-$1,000 depending on state guidelines Some states do not require any filings.

Most states require S-Corps to file a annual report or pay franchise taxes on a yearly or biennially. These fees can range from $10-$1,000 depending on state guidelines. Only a handful of states do not have a annual or biennial filing requirement.

No ongoing maintenance or yearly filing requirements.

Since LLCs do not have stock to issue they can not sell stock to raise capital. LLCs are a separate legal entity and can earn credit, they can also obtain bank loans to raise capital. LLCs can get capital from existing member to take on additional member if approved in their operating agreement.

C-Corps can raise capital through selling varies types of stock. Once someone purchase stock they become a shareholder and business owner. Since C-Corps are a separate legal entity and can earn credit they can also obtain bank loans to raise capital.

S-Corps can raise capital through selling varies types of stock. Once someone purchase stock they become a shareholder and business owner. Since S-Corps are a separate legal entity and can earn credit they can also obtain bank loans to raise capital.

Capital is generally raised through bank loans since DBAs can not issue stock.

LLC’s offer a pass though taxation. Rather than assessing income tax on an LLC, the income is instead filtered through and becomes the responsibility of the individual members/owners. The same applies to losses. Fortunately, members can deduct losses from their individual taxes, but keep in mind only for the total amount of their allocated company interest.

Before you start an LLC, make sure you’re current on the latest tax info and requirements with the help of our LLC tax page.

FAQ

The LLC business structure combines the liability protection of a corporation and the tax convenience of a partnership.

Besides the benefits mentioned above, another reason to create an LLC is because you’re an entrepreneur who doesn’t want to be beholden to other partners. For operational clarity in LLCs with multiple members, it’s common to draft an operating agreement listing obligations and positions.

Articles of Organization have to be filed with the Secretary of State. An operating agreement is required although it is not filed with any agency and a tax identification number from the IRS may also be required.

See our complete FAQ list here.

Ready to Start Your LLC?

With $99 and the money required for your state fees, you can take the first step in starting your very own LLC. DoMyLLC takes care of all of the heavy lifting once you’ve completed your order and have verified and signed all necessary documents. After that, we’ll send over the remaining paperwork.

Included in our packages:

  • Articles of Organization
  • Sample Operating agreement
    • Member managed
    • Manager managed
  • Templates to hold meeting and take minutes of meeting
  • Compliance calendar

If you’re interested in more info on forming an LLC, call 888-366-9552.