Can I serve as my own resident agent?

By: Esqueda Law PLLC In most states, a resident agent (RA) is mandatory in running your Limited Liability Company (LLC). An RA is an individual or entity, either within or external to your establishment, tasked with the responsibility of handling all legal communication between your business and the state.  An important document that must go through the RA …

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3 Things you need to know before starting an LLC

By: Esqueda Law PLLC After much consideration of how to structure your business, it seems the popular choice may be to form a Limited Liability Company (LLC). An LLC combines the features of a sole partnership which prevents you from double taxation, with the personal protection of assets that a corporation offers. But like with any …

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What is an LLC?

By: Esqueda Law PLLC  The legal structure of your business can take several different forms. It may fall under the category of sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, and LLCs. These entities differ in Ownership and Management, Taxation and Liabilities, and Regulations and Paperwork. Among the various types of entities, a Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a business structure that combines features of sole proprietorship and corporations. It combines …

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S-Corporation and Limited Liability Company (LLC)

By: Esqueda Law PLLC An S-Corporation is a corporation that meets the specific requirements of the Internal Revenue Code. This requirement usually gives a corporation having one hundred shareholders and below the benefit of incorporation and being taxed the same to a partnership. The corporation is allowed to pass income directly to its shareholders to …

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