To protect your personal assets and avoid piercing of the corporate veil, limited liability companies need to:
Create and regularly update an operating agreement.
Issue membership certificates to owners.
Maintain a membership transfer ledger.
Hold both an initial and then annual meetings of the members (and the managers, if your LLC is manager-managed).
Undertake annual filings required by the state of incorporation (and the state the company is doing business) in on time.
Pay any filing fees and taxes.
Every LLC requires a registered agent. Visit RapidRegisteredAgent.com for information about the services we provide.
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