Choice of Organizational Form for the Start-Up Business"Individuals embarking on new business ventures must choose a legal form under which to operate. They can form their business enterprises as sole proprietorships, general or limited partnerships,limited liability partnerships, limited liability companies, or corporations. State taws set forth the attributes of each organizational form. These include criteria for limited liability, centralized or decentralized management, transferability of interests, and duration of existence..."
Legal Guide to United States Business OrganizationsThis volume provides an overview of United States federal and state law governing business organizations. The chapters take the reader through a step-by-step exposition of the most basic sole proprietorships to the most complex multi-tiered conglomerates. Among the business organizations treated are partnerships with their various modalities (general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability partnerships), corporations (including closely held corporations, public corporations and other variations) and limited liability companies. The case law and statutes governing the full menu of business organizations are systematically analyzed and presented. Leading cases at both the federal and state level as well as model legislation such as the Uniform Partnership Act and enacted legislation are further examined. Other topics covered include Agency and partnerships, Accounting, taxation and finance, Startup corporations and venture capital, Fiduciary duties and shareholder control, Mergers and acquisitions.
Limited Liability Companies for Dummies®... Limited Liabilty Companies For Dummies is a clear, concise guide that explains the pros and cons of LLCs and shares insider insights on everything from choosing your members and your company name to creating and filing your Articles of Organization, to the day-to-day operation of your LLC. Plus, you'll the most current, real-world advice on customizing an LLC for your specific business needs...
Nolo's guide to single member LLCs : how to form & fund your single member limited liability companyFind Out All You Need to Know About Single Member LLCs Single-member LLCs are the new business entity of choice for small businesses with one owner. Easy to form and operate, Single Member LLCs combine some of the most desirable features of older, more traditional business structures like corporations, partnerships, and sole proprietorships. With an Single Member LLC, you get personal liability protection, pass-through taxation, and flexibility of management. This book provides an overview of everything you need to know about Single Member LLCs, including: what forms and documents you need to create an SMLLC how to initially fund an SMLLC what your options are for managing an SMLLC how to prepare taxes for an SMLLC what kinds of records you need to maintain for your SMLLC, and liability issues specific to SMLLCs. Nolo's Guide to Single-Member LLCs has all the essential information you need to decide whether an SMLLC is the right choice for your business. The book includes a sample operating agreement and written consent forms as well as tips and examples throughout to help clarify the most important points.
Ultimate Book of Business and Legal Forms for StartupsAssembled by a team of more than fifteen attorneys whose legal specialties apply to practically all aspects of starting, operating, and maintaining a business, this valuable resource delivers not only the necessary forms to launch a business, but everything from hiring and firing, conducting business online, to franchising--totaling more than 200 forms, all at your fingertips! Covering all the legal aspects of starting a business and applicable across many industries, this ultimate go-to resource covers: Business formation: Sole proprietorships, Partnerships, LLCs, Corporations ...
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