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LLC – Limited Liability Company

General Info

Procedures to incorporate

US Business Structure

When you start a business, you are responsible for choosing a business structure. One structure you can select is a limited liability company, or LLC. Unlike some other business structures, you can form an LLC in any state, regardless of your physical business presence. With so many states to choose from, it can be difficult to determine where to establish an LLC.

Limited Liability

A limited liability company (LLC) is a business structure in the US that protects its owners from personal responsibility for its debts or liabilities. Limited liability companies are hybrid entities that combine the characteristics of a corporation with those of a partnership or sole proprietorship.

Members and Managers

An LLC structure is the simplest form of legal business structure for business operations. In this LLC setup, the owner (Member) would designate persons as officers and directors of the firm (Managers). An LLC acts in a way that offers advantages to a company for taxes, profits and losses for its owners. LLCs can either be (i) Single-member; or (ii) Multi-member.

Owners of an LLC have financial and legal protection similar to corporations without double taxation. Plus, owners are not responsible for business debts. If the business owes money and can’t pay, only their business assets are at risk.

In certain US states (for example, Texas), businesses that provide professional services requiring a state professional license, such as legal or medical services, may not be allowed to form an LLC but may be required to form a similar entity called a professional limited liability company (PLLC).

The owner of beneficial rights in an LLC is known as a “member”, rather than a “shareholder”. Additionally, ownership in an LLC is represented by a “membership interest” or an “LLC interest” (sometimes measured in “membership units” or just “units” and at other times simply stated only as percentages), rather than represented by “shares of stock” or just “shares” (with ownership measured by the number of shares held by each shareholder). Similarly, when issued in physical rather than electronic form, a document evidencing ownership rights in an LLC is called a “Membership Certificate” rather than a “Stock Certificate”.

US LLC Tax Advantages
Pass-through income taxation

LLC is a type of unincorporated association distinct from a corporation. The primary characteristic an LLC shares with a partnership is the availability of pass-through income taxation. As a business entity, an LLC is often more flexible than a corporation and may be well-suited for companies with a single owner.

Although LLCs and corporations both possess some analogous features, the basic terminology commonly associated with each type of legal entity, at least within the United States, is sometimes different. When an LLC is formed, it is said to be “organized”, not “incorporated” or “chartered” and its founding document is likewise known as its “articles of organization”, instead of its “articles of incorporation” or its “corporate charter”. Internal operations of an LLC are further governed by its “Operating Agreement”, rather than its “Bylaws”.

Start your Business LLC

in Delaware
When you look into starting an LLC, you might think you can only create an LLC in the state you live or do business in. However, you can actually form an LLC in any state, regardless of where you’re based. A foreign LLC is an LLC that is formed in one state but wants to carry out business in another state.

Each state has different laws for LLCs. Some states are stricter, while others are more lenient. And states might offer financial advantages and other perks for LLC formation.

Delaware takes one of the top spots as the best state to form LLC. More than 50% of all US publicly traded companies and roughly 63% of Fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware. Delaware has a reputation for being a business-friendly state and has a simplified filing process to help you get your LLC quickly up and running.

Two major perks of creating an LLC in Delaware are the low fees and taxes. Delaware does not tax out-of-state income for foreign LLCs. To entice businesses, Delaware also has low filing fees and franchise taxes. Delaware also has a separate court, called Chancery Court, that only hears business cases. This allows cases involving businesses to be resolved faster. Not to mention, the judges are experienced in business-related cases.

  • Business-friendly
  • Streamlined filing process
  • Low filing fees
  • Low franchise taxes
  • No corporate income taxes for foreign LLCs taxed as corporations
  • Court of Chancery for businesses
  • Lots of business experience
  • Go to Delaware’s website to get more information about creating an LLC in the state

Packages and Prices

USA, Delaware

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The cheapest option company formation, payment government fees, registered office, local registered agent, Client Due Diligence (CDD) full and free tax and legal assistance, and much more, to keep your entity fully compliant.

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A special package with all services as included on the Standard Package, plus our Bank Account opening services with a local bank based in UAE, providing account opening remotely, and offering you online banking, multi-currency account, debit cards and all other major banking services you may need.

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A package with all services as included on the Business Package plus full Nominee Services (Nominee Members and Managers) providing you the highest degree in terms of confidentiality and anonymity.

Which State to form your LLC

You can form an LLC in any state regardless of where you are based; however, it likely makes most sense to form an LLC in the state where you live. Many businesses form LLCs across multiple states, but you must be aware of each state's requirements for establishing and maintaining an LLC.

US Tax Identification Number
EIN – Employer Identification Number

The SS4 is the IRS form required to obtain an EIN (Employer Identification Number, frequently called a Tax ID number). The EIN/Tax ID number can be thought of as a Social Security Number for your business. It is usually required to open a bank account in the name of the business and to properly pay and account for any wage/payroll employees of your company.

Our Firm will obtain your federal EIN electronically and have it back to you via email within one business day. Because an EIN is a federal tax code for business entities, a new EIN is generally not required when a sole proprietor is moving to another state.

How can we help you?

Should you have any question, our Business Development Managers team will be ready to guide and assist you!