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Multiple LLC's - How to Properly Set up and not Link them?

Discussion in 'Business & Tax Advice' started by dvno879, Apr 4, 2015.

  1. dvno879

    dvno879 Regular Member

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    Hello,

    Ive been doing online marketing for a few years now and always used my home address as the primary address for my business. I am moving to another state and want to set up it properly. I am also going to open up another online business but it wont be related to affiliate marketing, it will be an actual service, so I want to keep it separated from my affiliate marketing stuff...

    I researched and found out that the best way is to use UPS mailboxes, it will be about 200 a year, which is fine. But my dilemma is I have multiple business LLC's that I set up and plan on opening more businesses in the future, do I just use one UPS mailbox, or do I register for a new mailbox at the same UPS Store, or should I go to a completely different store location?

    I'm not really doing anything shady, I just dont want the LLC's to be linked by having the same address or anything. Lets say one LLC gets sued, I dont want them to look up my other businesses and see that they all have the same address and potentially go for their mony too... But with this method and having lots of LLC's can get quite confusing and complicated if I have to jump around from UPS store to ups store just to get all my mail. Also it would get quite pricey.

    Any ideas or suggestions, kinda stuck now

    thanks!
     
  2. BassTrackerBoats

    BassTrackerBoats Super Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    Typically if one does a search they will see your name tied to your LLCs but why not just use a registered agent?

    I do that 95% of the time.