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LLC Library - Formation, Governance, Asset Protection

LLC Library - Formation, Governance, Asset Protection

 
J. Scott Burns with clients

Limited Liability Companies (LLC) have become one of the most popular forms of business entities to form when starting a business or implementing asset protection strategies. The LLC's popularity stems from its ability to combine the best traits of a corporation (limited liability) with those of a partnership (double taxation avoidance). Further, in Arizona, LLCs do not have mandatory annual filing requirements like corporations. As a result, LLCs have become an increasingly popular business entity to form and for good reason.

If you are looking to learn more about how, when and why to form an LLC or to better understand how to operate an existing LLC, the articles contained on this web-site are for you.

LLC Asset Protection


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