Starting a Limited Liability Companyby Martin M. Shenkman, Samuel Weiner, Ivan Taback
With Starting a Limited Liability Company you’ll learn how an LLC can work for you and exactly what you need to do to set up and operate one. The updated second edition features completely revised and updated planning strategies, and new chapters on the one-member liability company, estate planning, home businesses, and more. You’ll also find:/i>
With Starting a Limited Liability Company you’ll learn how an LLC can work for you and exactly what you need to do to set up and operate one. The updated second edition features completely revised and updated planning strategies, and new chapters on the one-member liability company, estate planning, home businesses, and more. You’ll also find:
- Expert guidance on applying LLCs to operating a business, estate planning, protecting assets, real estate acquisitions, professional practices, avoiding ancillary probate, and venture capital operations
- Plans and strategies for converting partnerships into LLCs and combining LLCs and trust planning
- A detailed glossary, along with checklists and loads of sample legal forms that simplify the process
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- 8.54(w) x 11.06(h) x 0.87(d)
Meet the Author
MARTIN M. SHENKMAN is a leading tax and estate planning attorney and author of the critically acclaimed classic, Real Estate after Tax Reform and more than a dozen other popular books, including How to Buy a Home with No (or Little) Money Down.
SAMUEL WEINER and IVAN TABACK are attorneys with the firm of Cole, Schotz, Meisel, Forman and Leonard. Both are frequent lecturers on business and tax planning topics.
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This book looks big at first but a look on the inside shows the use of space and large font size for readability. This design makes it much easier to read. The book is clear on the terms, organization, and startup of an LLC. It has examples for different scenarios to aid in the understanding of different terms, benefits, and responsibilities of an LLC. The book also includes sample forms you can use as a guide for your business. It takes the reader step by step through the process of learning terms to creating a name to filing organization papers to running your LLC. The book, however, is not state specific, so the reader will need to check with his/her state laws. The book does list some states statues in the rear. For those who want to start an LLC and have no business knowledge, this book is a good start.