Starting a new business is an exciting process, and there are a lot of factors to consider. If you have decided to form a LLC, you can use a Limited Liability Company Worksheet to keep organized. Even getting the basic information can be important; being an entrepreneur means getting the little details right, so that the big picture remains in focus.
You can use a Limited Liability Company Worksheet to keep track of a range of information, including: who will sign the articles of organization, name and address of the new company, mailing address, start date of operations, projected number of employees, anticipated amount of revenues, the primary activities of the LLC, the name and address of the owner, its officers, tax information, profit sharing, and benefits for employees.
Because an LLC is formed by filing "Articles of Organization" (also referred to as a "Certificate of Organization" or "Certificate of Formation," depending on state law) which contain a minimum set of required information, a Limited Liability Company Worksheet is a very useful tool in ensuring that you properly prepare for the formation of your LLC. As your new business may be subject to federal and/or state securities laws, you may need to consult an attorney or other advisor for further information.
Other names for this document: LLC Worksheet, LLC Incorporation Worksheet
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