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3 Things to Know Before Forming Your LLC

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Location really does matter for where you form your business. Oftentimes forming outside of the state isn't quite the savings, a financial tax, business stress reduction, savings that we think it's going to be."

- Asha Wilkerson, Esq.

Episode Summary:

Hey, welcome back to another episode of Transcend the podcast. This week, I share three things you need to know before forming your LLC. You’ll find this information helpful no matter what state you have your LLC in. there are three basic principles that you should think about before you go ahead and form that limited liability company.

What You’ll Learn On This Episode:

  • [01:14] Location matters when it comes to forming your LLC
  • [03:07] Understanding the need for an Agent for Service Process
  • [04:43]  The importance of keeping your business and personal life separate
  • [07:35] You don’t need to be profitable before starting your LLC
 

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About author:
Asha Wilkerson is the founder of The Wilkerson Law Office, P.C. Ms. Wilkerson provides skilled advice and counsel to for-profit, non-profit, and faith-based organizations in the areas of business and employment law. Her mission is to preserve the longevity of your business by ensuring that every aspect of your organization is legally sound and operating in compliance with state and federal law.

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