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Can I Form a Non-Profit LLC, 501c3?

By IncNow June 7, 2021
B Corp

Philanthropists often ask about forming non-profit LLCs, otherwise commonly referred to as 501c3. Due to IRS regulations, LLCs are not able to be assigned tax-exempt status directly. A 501c3 is a coveted designation because it exempts a company from federal taxes, sales taxes, and property taxes. This can be incredibly helpful to a nonprofit. You […]

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What Does LLC, Inc, Co, Corp, and Ltd Mean?

By IncNow April 15, 2021
types of entities

You may be asking “What does LLC stand for,” “Which entity should I choose,” “What is Inc.,” “What does Co. mean,” “What is LLC,” or “Ltd vs. LLC?” Before you incorporate, you need to choose which type of entity is right for you. This isn’t something you’re born knowing, and they don’t teach it in […]

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Do LLCs Have Stock or Shareholders?

By IncNow February 25, 2021

We often get questions about LLC stockholders, bylaws, stock certificates, directors, minutes and sometimes a Limited Liability “Corporation.” It’s understandable to have questions about how LLCs are structured and operate. Here’s what you need to know. Do LLCs have stock? Typically, “stock” is not the term used for LLC ownership shares. In most LLCs, the […]

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How to Become an LLC: 5 Steps

By IncNow August 11, 2020
5 steps

Becoming an LLC is an easy and inexpensive way to protect yourself from personal liability for business obligations. It’s definitely worth considering if you have your own business—even if that business is you.

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You Don’t Need a Lawyer to Incorporate Your Business

By IncNow July 27, 2020
lawyer

When deciding whether to form a Delaware LLC, you may wish you had gone to law school so that you could understand everything you are reading. But attending law school would not help you. Law schools do not teach law students the mechanics of incorporating. Most law schools dedicate no more than one lecture to […]

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