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Can Green Card Holders Set up an LLC in the U.S.?

If you are a green card holder (also known as a “permanent resident” by the U.S. government), you can perform any “legal work of your qualification and choosing.” These rights include the freedom to start a business in accordance with the laws of your state.

What Does a Disregarded Entity Mean for LLCs?

Let’s take a look at how the new tax law impacts disregarded entity LLCs, as well as some other reasons business owners benefit from this type of organizational structure.

How to Set up a DBA Franchise Business With an Existing LLC

Want to go much bigger than just your LLC can handle? Here’s how you can set up a DBA franchise business under your existing LLC.

Freelance Writers: Here’s Your Guide to Understanding LLCs for Your Business

An LLC is not just a solid business model for marketers & consultants; it can be useful for writers as well. Here is your guide to understanding LLCs.

Manager-Managed LLC vs. Member-Managed LLC: Which One Is Right For Your Business?

One aspect that many entrepreneurs fail to consider is whether to have a Manager-Managed LLC vs. a Member-Managed LLC. Which one is right for your business?

How to Pay Yourself as an Owner of an LLC

Paying yourself as an owner of an LLC can be complicated, and there are tax consequences that come along with it.

Operating Agreements and Your LLC

An LLC Operating Agreement is an instruction manual that outlines how you will run your business.

What is an LLC (Limited Liability Company)?

A Limited Liability Company is a business entity type that is separate and distinct from a person, like a corporation.

Why It’s Important to Separate Business & Personal Finances

Keeping your business and personal finances separate has obvious advantages when reviewing your bank records for purchases that qualify as tax write-offs.

How the 2017 Tax Cuts & Job Act (TCJA) Affects Businesses & Individuals

Here are some of the ways the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Acts (TCJA) affects businesses and individuals.