Create LLC The Company Corporation

Create LLC The Company Corporation

Walk through The Company Corporation’s order page to learn how to create a LLC on Incorporate.com.

Knowing what to fill in at each field within the Company Corporations website is very important in creating a LLC. You don’t want to fill in the wrong information and have to change it after you’ve created the LLC.

Create a LLC Questions

Here are some key terms you should know when creating a LLC with The Company Corporation:

Member: A member is the owners of the LLC.
Manager: A manager is someone or some company that is hired to run the LLC. This is different then just a basic manager of a business. This would be considered a CEO type of position.
Operating Agreement: The operating agreement is the internal document that outlines the roles and restrictions of managers and members in the LLC.
Articles of Organization: The articles of organization are papers filed directly with the Secretary of State. The document tells the state the name of the company, the address of the company and the registered agent of the LLC.
Registered Agent: The registered agent is the address for legal process. Legal or tax documents sent by mail are typically delivered to the registered agent address on file with the Secretary of State.

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We are not lawyers or CPAs. We are not providing legal or tax advice. For specifics on how to respond to questions on the Incorporate.com order form, seek the advice of a licensed tax or legal advisor.

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