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The Texas Series LLC: The (Kind of ) New Kid on the Block

On September 1, 2009, Texas joined Delaware, Illinois, Iowa, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Utah as the handful of states in the U.S. at the time that permitted the formation of a relatively new enti ... Read more

Using a Limited Liability Company to Shield You from Liability

Your LLC Questions Answered

Maybe it’s the business protection version of “How much does a pound of feathers weigh?” The clients asked, “If a limited liability company is a great way to protect assets, th ... Read more

Why Your LLC Needs a Tax Return – Especially if it’s Husband-and-Wife-Owned

A number of CPAs still resist filing a separate partnership return for husband-and wife-owned LLCs. We recommend doing the separate return, for both IRS reasons and liability-shield reasons under Geor ... Read more

Are your personal assets protected from your business liabilities?

A proprietorship is the business equivalent of nothing. A vacuum. You’re a proprietorship if you never bothered to incorporate or LLC your business. So proprietorships are the cheesecloth of bus ... Read more

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