California LLC Limited Liability Company
LLCs offer most new business owners the right balance of liability protection and management flexibility.
Since 1980 business owner’s have relied on A People’s Choice to help create their California LLCs, also known as a California Limited Liability Company.
Our service includes preparation of your Articles of Organization, Operating Agreement and Transfer Ledger, as well as two Member Certificates.
Based on popular demand, we also provide a low cost registered agent service to help maintain your privacy and prevent your personal information from becoming public record.
Our service includes a custom review of your documents.
Most people choose a competent family member or close friend, but depending on the complexity of your finances you might ask your lawyer, business partner, or banker to serve as attorney-in-fact.
If you really know and trust the person, it’s most likely a good option.
Our flat fees cover all document preparation as specifically outlined in our Contract For Services. Our flat fees always include a courtesy allocated amount of communication via email. This allocation should adequately cover most client’s email needs. Our business strategy in offering competitive pricing is based on our volume of document preparation. We understand that clients will have questions, and we want our clients to be informed about their legal process. When approaching us with questions, clients should try to be thoughtful, and consider including multiple questions within each email. We do recognize that some customers have special needs. Therefore, to provide a cost-effective solution for everyone, if a client exceeds the allotted number of emails offered for their particular type of legal proceeding, emails that exceed a client’s allotment will be charged.
Customers can typically expect a swift response, even after hours and on the weekends, although we do not “guarantee” a specific after-hours email response time. This program allows complete customer control over their overall legal fees. In addition, it has allowed us to keep our fees at “rock bottom” prices for those extremely price-conscious consumers; while maintaining flexibility and convenience for those customers who want to pay for that extra service.
Yes. The business address must be within the state in which you are incorporating. If you are using the registered agent’s address, that will be the address for the business place.
Individuals and unincorporated entities that regularly conduct business using an assumed name (often called a DBA ) must file an assumed name certificate with the county clerk in each county in which business premises are maintained. If corporations, limited liability companies or limited partnerships (entities created by filing with the secretary of state) do business with a name that is different from the name in the organizational documents, they must file assumed name certificates in the county or counties where the registered office and the principal office are located, and must also file with the secretary of state.
If you plan on opening a bank account under your corporate name, most banks will require that your corporation have a Federal Employers’ Identification Number.
A Federal Tax Identification Number (also known as a “95 Number” or “EIN Number” ) is a number assigned to a corporation or LLC by the Federal Government for purposes of taxation. The Federal Tax ID Number is to a corporation or LLC as a Social Security Number is to an individual. Most banks require that a corporation or LLC obtain a Federal Tax Identification Number as a prerequisite to opening a bank account regardless of whether the company will have employees. This office can prepare your Federal Tax Identification Number Application (IRS form SS4) at your request. Once you receive the prepared application from our office, you may contact the IRS with the completed form and obtain the actual “95 Number” over the telephone in just minutes!
A Corporation’s “Articles of Incorporation” is the main filing document which begins the corporation’s existence under state law. Once filed, the corporation comes into existence.
The level of complexity for a corporation’s Articles of Incorporation can range from very simple to extremely complex. Generally, most jurisdictions require Articles of incorporation to contain, at a minimum, information about the corporate name, the registered agent, and the corporation’s business address. Requirements vary by state.
“I found A People’s Choice to be the perfect solution for creating my new business. They are experienced, knowledgeable and reasonably priced. I’d definitely use them again!!!!”
A People’s Choice can save you hundreds of dollars by preparing your documents instead of an expensive attorney!
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