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Best Resource for setting up my own LLC?

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by ZennoScripts, Sep 14, 2015.

  1. ZennoScripts

    ZennoScripts Junior Member

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    I was wondering if any of you knew where to find the best resource for setting up an LLC correctly.

    I know I need to get one made its just the process that isn't clear to me. I'm not making enough money every month yet to warrant a CPA ($1k-2k a month).

    I don't mind if there is a bunch of technical jargon to sift through but I would like a nice authoritative place to gleam some sort of a process to setup a LLC.

    Thanks guys!

    PS: I live in the US and am doing IM where not all companies I work with send me 1099's.
     
  2. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Hit up the guys at Amerilawyer and they can guide you as well as set up an LLC for you in most States at reasonable pricing.
     
  3. patricklass75

    patricklass75 Newbie

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    Hey man I just did this for my business this year, focus on these. Get a IRS TAX EIN, D&B DUNS number, and State SCC number. This is if you want to open business accounts. They will want your SCC paperwork and Tax EIN. Boom, there you have an LLC. registered with the state and IRS:

    GOOGLE:
    IRS TAX EIN

    'your state' SCC

    D&B DUNS Number
     
  4. neu009

    neu009 Senior Member

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    If you have not been able to find the info you'd like online so far just use a CPA to help you, especially if you do not earn that much.
    Remember to check whether it makes sense to register an LLC out of state (if you were considering that), or even at all say you are in CA ($800 yearly fee). Also, remember the self-employment tax that you have to pay with an LLC but not e.g. s-corp...

    All in all see a CPA! . Just all my personal opinion and no tax advice.