Limited liability company and incorporation kits
One of the steps you may want to take at some early point in your business planning is forming a limited liability company or corporation for your new venture.
Fortunately, you actually have several approaches you can use. You can, for example, pay a local lawyer or attorney to do the setup. Depending on where you live, the fees could be $500 to $2000.
Or, another option, you can arrange for an online or offline paralegal service to do the work. When you do a careful accounting, you often find these services charge you several hundred dollars.
Finally, you can just do the setup yourself using a do-it-yourself kit as described below:$44.95 Do-it-yourself Limited Liability Company Kits: All fifty States
We sell $44.95 LLC formation kits for all fifty states. The kits—essentially 25pp recipes for forming an LLC—provide background information on the LLC option, explain where an individual can get free LLC forms, how to complete those forms, and how to register the LLC with federal and state agencies. All of the limited liability company kits also come with a sample LLC operating agreement.
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The $37.95 do-it-yourself incorporation kits help small business entrepreneurs set up a traditional corporation in any given state. The kits provide a primer on incorporation, including how corporation accounting and taxes work, explain where to obtain free incorporation forms, how to fill out those forms, and how to register the corporation with federal and state agencies. Plus, all incorporation kits come with sample corporate by-laws to use as a tool for deciding the by-laws for your own business.
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If you purchase a Do-It-Yourself Limited Liability Company kit or Do-it-yourself Incorporation kit, you can download the pdf document immediately from the last payment processing dialog box. We also email you a link that you can use to download the document later. Refunds, unfortunately, work a bit more slowly because the process is manual. If you request a refund--do this simply by emailing us--we typically take a workday or two process your refund...Money Back Guarantee with Quick Refunds
As with any product we sell, if for any reason you don't get the information you wanted in a Do-It-Yourself Limited Liability Company or Incorporation kit, contact me at email@example.com and request a refund within 60 days. Your payment will be completely refunded. No questions, no hassles, no delay.About the Authors
The Do-It-Yourself Limited Liability Company kits and Do-it-yourself Incorporation kits were written by CPA Stephen L. Nelson and attorney Carl Baranowski.
Stephen L. Nelson has been a CPA for twenty-five-plus years, He holds an MBA in Finance from the University of Washington and an MS in Taxation from Golden Gate University. The author of numerous best-selling books about accounting and finance including all editions of the bestseller QuickBooks for Dummies, Nelson also taught limited liability company taxation in the graduate tax school at Golden Gate University.
An attorney for two-plus decades, Carl Baranowski has worked both as an in-house corporate counsel and as practicing attorney, serving both private and public real estate and high technology companies. Baranowski holds an MBA and JD from Stanford University as well as two master's degrees and a bachelor's degree from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. A member of both the California Bar and the Texas Bar, he's also the co-author of the popular legal reference, Representing High-Tech Companies (Law Journal Press, 2006).