I know that there are a lot of zealous entrepreneurs out there eager to grow their businesses. But it is an arduous dilemma to choose what kind of corporation you should file. Should you go for an LLC Filing or a Corporation Filing. Though there are many pros and cons of both, I always say that the major aspect that you should consider before filing for any is the size of your company and the knack of your organization. But whatever it is you know that you could rely on Global Multi Services for adept advice. In this blog, I am particularly targeting your concerns for an LLC, so sit tight.
What is an LLC
“No one knows everything but everyone knows something” keeping this philosophy in mind, I do want to exclude the LLCs definition from this blog. I am sure most of you know that LLC stands for Limited Liability Company, but there is much more hidden in this abbreviation than just the full form. As the name suggests itself the LLC gives protection to your personal assets, which means that if in the future somehow your company gets into heavy loss and debts then your personal assets will not be susceptible to the retrieval of your debts. Each state has some of its individualized sets of regulations for the LLCs, so you might have to check with your state’s regulations for the same. And although different states could have some different regulations, you do not need to worry as such differences are certainly not radical. Also, a majority of states give permission for Single- Member LLCs. Another important point is that the owners if there is more than one, of an LLC, are called members whereas the owners of a corporation are called Shareholders. Some specific business kinds like banks and insurance companies can not register as an LLC, so if you are one of these you should consider Corporation Filing.
Perks of An LLC
The LLC comes with a number of perks or merits that could not be constrained and written in a single paragraph. Hence I am going to write them in different segments.
There is a thing called Double Jeopardy or Double Taxation that the C corporation is prone to. Under this Double Taxation, the earnings are taxed twice, first in the form of corporate tax at the company level and then the dividends of the owners are taxed at the personal level. But the LLCs or the S corporation are exempted from this. In LLCs, there is something we call pass through Taxation, in which the profits and losses of the company are not taxed but the owners are taxed on the individual level. And that’s so it is called pass-through taxation because all the profits and losses pass through the taxation process. Another great thing about pass-through taxation entities is that they do not have to file tax returns as an entity instead they could file an information return, all and all the pass-through entities do not have to pay taxes at a company entity level.
Another great aspect of the LLCs is their versatility as there are a lot of options in a number of fields like there is no limit on the number of owners, there could be a single owner or sole proprietorship, then there could be ten owners or even hundred owners. On the management level also, LLCs can appoint many members at a single post, for instance, they can appoint one or more managers and they don’t have to be managers only, they could be either members or one of the owners or non-members. Then in some cases, LLC also gets to decide what kind of taxes they want to pay. If they want to be taxed as an S corporation then they will be a pass-through identity, or they could choose to be taxed as a C corporation.
At last, unlike a corporation, the LLCs do not have to be that much programed. They do not have to appoint CEOs, CFOs, BODs, and arrange annual board meetings
I think I have listed enough points that you could make up your point between opting for an LLC Filing or a Corporation Filing. But still, if you want to find more about LLCs, and corporations as well, you are cordially welcomed at Global Multi Services and will help you to file the same with the assistance of our proficient experts in this field.