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What is your current business structure? LLC, S Corp, C Corp, Sole Proprietor, etc...?


Right now I operate under an LLC but I may change to an S Corp when I move to Austin. I'm still trying to figure out all the differences.
 

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What is your current business structure? LLC, S Corp, C Corp, Sole Proprietor, etc...?


Right now I operate under an LLC but I may change to an S Corp when I move to Austin. I'm still trying to figure out all the differences.
S-corp here.
 

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What is your current business structure? LLC, S Corp, C Corp, Sole Proprietor, etc...?


Right now I operate under an LLC but I may change to an S Corp when I move to Austin. I'm still trying to figure out all the differences.

LLC Here.... :whistling2:
 

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My painting/powerwashing company is a S corp... but my website business is an LLC.
The LLC is a lot less of a headache.
 

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Is that a legal agreement or just a friendly agreement. Hopefully it's a legal one...
 

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What's the difference, as far as the headache?

You do websites?
The S-corp just requires more upkeep. Yearly meetings, stock, etc.. I think there are some tax advantages as well over an LLC but not a lot. Overall an LLC has been easier for me however I'm not claiming to know everything (at all).

I don't do websites for peope... I'm talking about the websites I own and operate like ContractorTalk.com and this site. Having it in an LLC gives me protection in case someone ever sues me.
 
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