Do you need an LLC if you want to sell online?

You don’t need to form an LLC or any other company structure to sell online, but it would probably be good practice to incorporate anyway. Ask anybody if you should form an LLC to sell online and you’ll get the same answer. You don’t NEED to, but is highly recommended that YOU DO. Here’s why … Read more

Can a LLC be a Nonprofit in Tennessee?

The question of whether or not an LLC can be a nonprofit in Tennessee, as well as any other state for that matter, is a quite popular one. We come across a lot of people wanting more information on the topic, and gladly, thanks to a lot of research, we have finally provided comprehensive information … Read more

Can a Registered Agent Open a Bank Account?

It is not uncommon to open a limited liability company in a state where you don’t happen to reside. This, along with other tangible reasons, may necessitate the need to have your LLC bank account opened on your behalf by a third party. Can a registered agent open a bank account for your company? Yes, … Read more

Do Articles of Organization Expire?

It is perfectly reasonable to wonder whether or not articles of organization expire. I wondered the same thing on my first LLC journey. And I found that when it comes to legal filing and compliance, being extra vigilant is always more of a positive than negative. So do articles of organization expire? The answer is … Read more

Can I File Articles of Organization Online?

Starting out my first LLC, I wanted to know if I could file my articles of organization online. I mean, why not? It would have been easy and convenient for me. So I did some research to see if it was possible. So, can you file articles of organization online? Yes, you absolutely can file … Read more

Where are Articles of Organization Filed?

Knowing where articles of organization are filed helps you get one step closer to actually getting your LLC incorporated. This is exactly why we have provided an in-depth article below. So where are articles of organization filed? Articles of organization are filed with the Secretary of State’s office, in the state where you intend to … Read more

What is a Registered Agent?

A registered agent is a third party in your state who will become responsible and designated to receive notices, correspondence, and other official matters, including government notifications, tax forms, notice of lawsuits in behalf of your LLC. Business entities are required to have a registered agent, some states might not have this requirement, but regardless … Read more

What is an Operating Agreement?

The operating agreement sets forth the guidelines for an LLC, it outlines the ownership and operating procedures of your LLC. This document outlines the working relations, including financials, among the members of the LLC. The details vary depending on a several factors: number of members, the structure itself, tax considerations, and sharing of profits, among … Read more

What is an LLC?

A Limited Liability Company, or an LLC, is the simplest business structure in the United States. Forming an LLC is easy, and brings lots of benefits. When you compare an LLC to an S Corporation or a C Corporation you will find that LLC’s structure is quite flexible. As it names suggests, LLC gives you protection from … Read more