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Forming a limited liability company (LLC) is a great way to structure your business in a way that limits you from personal liabilities of things related to the companies debts and obligations.

Fortunately, the general process of forming an LLC is simple:

  1. Choose a name that complies with your state's LLC rules.
  2. File the articles of organization and pay the filing fees.
  3. Create an LLC operating agreement to outline the responsibilities of the owners.
  4. If required by your state, publish a notice of intent to form the LLC.
  5. Get the proper licenses to run your business, if required.

However, there are some rules that vary from state-to-state.

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If you're ready to set up your LLC today, you can do so in any state through LegalZoom for $149 plus filing fees. To get started, click here.

To learn more about the process of setting up an LLC as it pertains to a specific state, just click your state below. You'll find all the information you need, including links to the forms and resources you'll need in order to get your LLC up and running.



Business Information

If you're ready to set up your LLC today, you can do so in any state through LegalZoom for $149 plus filing fees. To get started, click here.





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