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In-Depth Incorporation FAQ

What is an LLC?

A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is similar to a corporation in that it is a business entity that is separate from the business's owners. An LLC is favorable because it avoids the "double tax" of a corporation, yet also affords its owners the personal liability protection of a corporation. Other benefits of an LLC include less stringent state formality requirements, management flexibility and relaxed ownership qualifications.