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The Benefits of LLCs

Protect your personal assets

Forming an LLC can help protect your personal assets from business liabilities.

Get Tax Flexibility

Maximize your potential savings and minimize tax liability.

Easier Formation

Compared to corporations, LLCs are typically easier to start and have simpler rules

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+ State filing fees


  • Articles of organization
  • Name check service
  • LLC checklist



+ State filing fees

Includes Basic Package, plus:

  • Operating Agreement
  • Federal Tax ID (EIN)
  • 1yr unlimited eSignatures & 150+ customizable legal documents
  • Consultation with a small business specialist



+ State filing fees

Includes Pro Package, plus:

  • Guidance from an experienced business attorney
  • 30 day subscription to unlimited 30-minute attorney consultations
  • Any changes to your LLC formation documents within the first 30 days

Frequently Asked Questions

It’s not necessary to form an LLC in order to start a business. Also, an LLC is only one of several ways to structure a business. Other possibilities include: C corporation, S corporation, nonprofit, sole proprietorship, general partnership, limited partnership, and limited liability partnership.

Both LLCs and corporations protect owners’ personal assets from business liabilities or debts. But they have some key differences, including:

  • How they’re owned. LLCs have one or more individual members, but corporations have shareholders.
  • How they’re maintained. LLCs generally have less formal record-keeping and reporting requirements.
  • How they’re taxed. LLC profits usually pass through to members before taxes, while profits for some corporations are taxed at the company level first.

An LLC is a type of business entity while an S corporation is a corporation with a special federal tax election. Either an LLC or a C corporation that meets certain requirements can apply to be treated as an S corporation for tax purposes. An S corp is similar to an LLC in that it can help its owners avoid double taxation.

It depends. Our LLC plans start at $0 plus filing fees, and you can add more services as your business needs them. LLC filing fees also vary by state. However, all of these costs are often tax-deductible.

Yes. Generally speaking, an S corp can be a member of an LLC.

Our do-it-yourself packages (Basic, Pro) don’t include access to an attorney—but our attorney-assisted package (Premium) includes unlimited 30-minute consultations with independent attorneys from our network, with each consultation focused on a new legal topic or issue related to the formation and launch of your LLC.