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LLC is the preferred choice for over 80% of small business.

LLC stands for Limited Liability Company

LLC stands for Limited Liability Company.

Over 80% of USA small businesses are LLCs. It is the most popular business type for new and small businesses providing a simpler and more flexible organizational and management structure for entrepreneurs, startups and real estate investors with the liability protection of your personal assets against creditors, meaning your LLC business will become it’s own legal entity that has separate debts and legal matters from its owners.

LLCs also offer the pass-through taxation, avoiding the dreaded double taxation at corporate and personal level.

One of the most advantage characteristics of the LLC is that it has the ability to choose how it is treated as a taxable entity.

LLC’s is the most popular and best suited for small businesses and startups for its flexibility, easy to form, simpler business structure and minimal corporate requirements, personal liability protection and simpler taxation.

  • Fast and easy set up and formation
  • Legal business entity
  • Business and personal finances must be kept separate
  • Provide Personal assets protection
  • Business liabilities are separate from owners / members
  • It can be used to run a business, hold real estate or any other assets or business
  • Highly Flexible organizational and management structure
  • Single member or Multi-member
  • Members or Manager Members are designated according to the operating agreement

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Common questions for LLC.

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Business made simple.

LLC is the preferred choice for over 80% of small business.


Limited Liability Protection. LLC is liable for debts and liabilities for the business, not the members. Its member’s liability is limited to their interest invested in the company and separates your personal assets from your business. A compliant LLC entity means its members are not personally responsible for the debts or liabilities of the business.

Premier vehicle for holding appreciating assets, such as real estate, stock portfolios, and intellectual property.

No Ownership restrictions. LLCs don’t have any restrictions or requirements from owners nor limits the number of members. It also does not have any restriction on residency or citizenship restrictions allowing foreign nationals to form and have ownership in an LLC. Additionally, allows other business type entities to have ownership such as corporations or LLCs.

Simpler Organizational and Management Structure. An LLC is very flexible on how to manage its business and tax affairs. An Operating agreement mostly covers the necessary, outlining the equity structure, contributions, allocations of profits, losses and distributions, management, voting, limitation, liability and indemnification, record keeping and custodian, confidentiality agreement, provisions, governing laws and dispute resolution.

Minimum Compliance Requirements. LLCs are subject to limited state compliance requirements, mandated annual filing and minimal formalities. LLCs are not required to hold annual meetings of directors and shareholders, adopt bylaws, keep minutes of all meetings and formal corporate resolutions at least an annual meeting of directors and shareholders. The LLc’s Operating agreement resumes the scope, attributes and limitation of its members.

Ability to choose Tax Classification. Structuring your business as an LLC and then electing S corporation status has long-term tax planning advantages by reducing the higher self employment tax and minimizing double taxation as a Corporation.

Flow-Trough Taxation. LLC is a “flow-through” tax entity. The profits and losses of the business pass through to its owners, who report them on their personal tax returns just as they would for any personal income. Certain additional tax forms are required to file income from a pass through business entity.


Self-Employment Tax. A pass through taxation may yield benefits but it also may represent a higher tax level than corporate tax rates. LLC owners pay twice as much self-employment tax as regular employees, since their employers match regular employees’ contributions (FICA) to the self-employment tax. The Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) is made up of two items, Social Security and Medicare taxes. Employees and Employers make contributions; self-employment tax takes into account both contributions. As of 2018, the Social Security tax rate is 6.2% on the first $128,400 wages paid. The Medicare tax rate is 1.45% on the first $200,000 and 2.35% above $200,000. The self-employment tax rate is 15.3%. The rate consists of two parts: 12.4% for social security and 2.9% for Medicare. If you have any questions regarding the self-employment tax, our tax advisors are here to help make the right entity type choice.

Some states do not allow professional groups (i.e., doctors or dentists) to operate through an LLC.

Business and Personal Records. Detailed organization and classification of personal and business records is vital to ensure limited liability protection. Therefore, maintaining separate bank accounts, credit cards, receipts, and records is essential for tax and liability purposes. A dedicated bookkeeper or accountant will help you sort out this minor requirement. Get a free consultation and service estimate from our partner.

Business Checking Account. Since it’s a requirement to keep personal and business finances separately, a business bank account is necessary. Banks will require an operating agreement, banking resolution and Employer Identification number (EIN) from the IRS to open a bank account. We’re here to help to take care of everything you’ll need for your business.

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Our Process,

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Answer a few simple questions and select service package

We fill out the forms and file with the Secretary of State

Receive your documents by email and business package by mail

Steps by Steps to form an LLC:

  • Choose a name for your LLC
  •  An initial search is performed with the Secretary of State for name availability. A comprehensive search is conducted with your order.
  • Choose a denominator (LLC, Limited Liability Company or Limited Liability Co.)
  • Answer a few simple questions
  • Choose your registered agent
  • We fill out the form and file electronically your articles of Incorporation with the Secretary of state based on the information submitted
  • State filing fee is added to your and then we pay it on your behalf.
  • Once filed, a set of formation documents is issued and sent to you. (Operating Agreement, Articles of Incorporation,  Statement of Organizer.
  • After formation, Fast Inc. USA help you stay in compliance with periodic reminders and notices on Annual reports and other Compliance documents.
  • Apply for EIN and Business Licenses and Permits. Our dedicated team can assist you with these processes.
  • At tax time, our tax team can help you answer questions on set-up costs and business expenses. Do not miss any tax deduction you are entitled.
  • We even help you to keep your books up to date, business image and logos. Contact us to get you started.

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