Recently I was asked to assist with forming a new LLC in California. After some thought, I decided to tackle the project. It turns out it was not as difficult as anticipated. This could be due to the fact that I have made several changes to my LLC and have managed others’ LLC over the years. The article
I found explained simply how to form an LLC in California (it should be basically the same process for others states
) by Christoper Carter
on eHow.com. It is clear and concise and that is why I decided to mention it to you. I hope it helps. If you still need assistance or want to have someone else form the LLC on your behalf give me call at (323) 778-2109 PST.
A California Limited Liability Company (LLC) acts as a separate legal
entity from the owners (members) of the business or nonprofit organization. In addition, members of a California LLC have limited liability from debts and obligations that arise in the course of conducting business. As a condition of forming an LLC in California, the appropriate documents must be filed with the state. California LLCs also must obtain the appropriate permits and licenses to legally operate. For nonprofits tax exemption is achievable, you just have to file additional paper work with the state and the Franchise Tax Board.