This article will explore the immensely popular Series LLC and highlight why it is ideally suited for real estate investors.
The key difference between a Series LLC and an LLC is the Series LLC’s ability to utilize “series” and thus segregate and insulate assets (or businesses) within the framework of a single LLC.
Veteran-Owned Business CertificationsWritten by Zachary Copp, Esq.In this article, we outline the various veteran-owned business certifications, explore the pathways to achieving them, and delve into the benefits they offer. This article is about post-formation certifications for businesses that are 51% or more veteran-owned. In a separate but related article, we outline how a new 100% veteran-owned Texas LLC is entitled …
Yes, the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) allows real estate agents to use an entity like a limited liability company (LLC) as a business structure. However, there are specific requirements that must be met in order to comply with TREC regulations.
Even though it is not mandatory, consulting with an experienced business formation attorney can provide you with peace of mind and ensure that your LLC is formed correctly and meets all legal requirements.
Looking to keep your Texas LLC in good standing with the state? Our comprehensive guide to annual maintenance has got you covered! Learn about the required filings, fees, and other important considerations for maintaining your LLC. Don’t let annual maintenance tasks catch you off guard – read our guide today and stay ahead of the game!
In this article, we will explore how to access the Webfile system and what to do if you cannot locate your access code (aka your Webfile number).
What are the pros and cons to including my spouse as an owner of my new LLC? Since Texas is a community property state, won’t my spouse own 50% of my new LLC anyway?
The two most popular entity types in Texas are the LLC (limited liability company) and the corporation. In this article, we will compare and contrast the LLC and corporation and outline the main similarities and key differences.
Choosing the wrong name can have serious consequences, especially if the name you select already belongs to another business.
Using a Texas LLC (limited liability company) for holding Texas real estate (other than your primary residence) is important as it provides legal protections for both the real estate and the individual owner(s).
Depending on how the formation paperwork is submitted, it can take as little as 4 business days to form an LLC in Texas.
The term “anonymous LLC” describes an LLC in which the owner’s identity is not disclosed publicly. The LLC formation paperwork (the Certificate of Formation) and the information contained therein is visible to the public once filed with the state. As such, it is important to know what information is required by the state of formation as each state’s requirements differ. If privacy is important to you, an effective anonymity strategy must be implemented.
There are many resources you’ll need to navigate when performing due diligence on the availability of a Texas LLC name. We’ve listed a handful of our favorite resources that will help you select a name for your new Texas LLC.
Virtually every entrepreneur or investor has been told they should consider using a business entity like a limited liability company (LLC), but why? What are the benefits? How much will it cost you? What options should be considered?
The naming requirements for a Series LLC are similar to a traditional LLC. In this article, we’ll look at naming strategies and requirements for each series (aka protected series) of a Series LLC.
When a business decides to use a new name, there are a handful of tasks that need to be completed. This article will outline a name change task list and provide a name change alternative.
As a business owner, changing your business address can be overwhelming. You’ll need to notify multiple parties of the new address. We have put together a task list to help you determine potential parties that may need to be notified of the new address.
When forming a Texas LLC or using a Texas LLC to operate a business, veterans are entitled to some benefits.
When your business is just starting, operating as a sole proprietor often makes sense. But as the business grows, switching from a sole proprietorship to LLC is a wise choice and, thankfully, a simple one to make.
Unlike almost every other state, there are no annual fees to keep an LLC active in Texas. There is an annual report that must be filed with the Texas Comptroller, but there is no filing fee for the annual report. Learn more about the initial costs to form a Texas LLC.
An Employer Identification Number or “EIN” is a unique nine-digit number identifying your business for federal tax purposes. An EIN is like a Social Security Number for your business. An EIN is sometimes called an FEIN or TIN (these are abbreviations of Federal Employer Identification Number and Tax Identification Number, respectively).
If you are conducting business with an LLC in more than one state, you may need register in each. We often use the words “domestic LLC” and/or “foreign LLC” when describing LLCs that do business in multiple states. Domestic LLCs and Foreign LLCs – what’s the difference?
If you have an LLC established outside of Texas and the LLC does business in Texas, you must file an “Application to Register Foreign LLC” (TXSOS Form 304) with the Texas Secretary of State within 90 days of the first business transaction in Texas.
Limited liability companies (LLCs) doing business in states other than the one where they are formed may need to apply for foreign LLC status in those states.
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