How To Form A Texas LLC

Business Lawyer Reveals How To Form A Texas LLC The Right Way

In "How To Form A Texas LLC," Business Lawyer Mike Young shows you how easy Texas LLC formation can be. In this Quick Legal Guide, you'll discover what to do to set up your Texas LLC properly to protect your business and your personal assets. The guide includes a Quick Start Checklist. And there's a handy Resources section. Claim your copy today.

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About the Book

How To Form A Texas LLC is a Quick Legal Guide that shows you how easy it is to set up a Texas limited liability company.

In this guide, you’ll discover…

  • What to do before you set up your limited liability company
  • How to file the the right paperwork to create your Texas LLC
  • What you need to do with the IRS and the Texas State Comptroller for your LLC’s taxes
  • The nuts and bolts of a Texas LLC operating agreement
  • How to set up bank accounts for your new company
  • The right insurance protection for your Texas limited company

The Quick Start Checklist contains simple steps you can take right now to get the ball rolling.

And if you need help, there’s a great Resources section at the end of the guide.

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Series: Quick Legal Guides
Genre: Business Law
Tag: Recommended Books
Publisher: Internet Attorneys Association LLC
Publication Year: 2019
ASIN: B07NQL1P44
ISBN: 9781942226048
List Price: 12.95
eBook Price: 4.99
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About the Author
Mike Young, Esq.

Since 1994, Internet Lawyer Mike Young has helped business clients prevent and solve legal problems. President of the Internet Attorneys Association LLC, Mike has a law office in Plano, Texas (a Dallas suburb). Happily married, Mike enjoys spending time with his family, walking his dogs, and self-defense training.

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