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How will an LLC benefit you?

Florida entrepreneurs like you have a long road ahead. Creating a business or an enterprise is a rewarding but difficult task. It takes up a lot of time and effort. One of the first things you must do is figure out what structure you want.

A Limited Liability Company (LLC) may end up suiting your needs well. There are many benefits these LLCs have.

Flexibility within management

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) defines a Limited Liability Company (LLC). They discuss how to classify an LLC. From this, you can determine what some of the benefits are. For example, they have a more flexible management system than corporations. LLC management needs less paperwork. You jump through fewer hoops. If you value flexibility and have a smaller business, the structure of an LLC may suit you well.

Limited personal liability

The other major benefit of an LLC is the limited liability. What does this mean? In essence, your personal finances remain separate from your business finances. If your business gets into hot water, you do not get put at personal risk because of it. You can file for bankruptcy just for your business. This lack of personal loss makes an LLC an attractive option.

As well as flexible management, you also have flexible membership. Members can be trusts, partnerships, corporations or individuals. Other entities have restrictions. For example, S Corporations have a membership cap. Shareholders also face limitations.

LLCs often benefit smaller businesses the most. The smaller yours is, the better an LLC will suit you. But if you value freedom and flexibility, an LLC may end up having what you need.

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