Do-It-Yourself Montana LLC Kit: Premium Edition
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Do-It-Yourself Montana LLC Formation Kit-Premium Edition
Are you ready to set up your own limited liability company? You've got several approaches you can use. You can pay an attorney $1000. You can pay an online paralegal service $200-$300. Or, you can just do the setup yourself using this do-it-yourself kit. You'll save hundreds of dollars. And, as an extra benefit, you will also learn more about llcs and their tax benefits in the process.
The Premium Edition of the Do-It-Yourself Montana LLC Formation Kit is approximately 20pp in length. The document describes a limited liability company’s legal and tax characteristics and then provides step-by-step instructions for preparing the LLC formation documents and submitting the formation documents to the state of Montana.
The document provides step-by-step instructions for getting a federal tax identification number also known as an employer identification number or EIN. And the document also includes discussions of and instructions for having the limited liability company treated as a C corporation or S corporation for federal and state tax purposes. Such elections can often save you thousands of dollars a year in taxes!
NOTE: If you’re not interested in forming an S corporation or a C corporation, you may instead be interested in the Economy Edition of the Do-It-Yourself LLC Formation kit. The Economy Edition sells for roughly half the price of the Premium Edition and is also available through the Payloadz.com web site.
About the author:
The “Do-It-Yourself LLC Incorporation Kit: Montana LLC Formation” was written by Stephen L. Nelson, CPA, MBA-Finance, MS-Taxation. Nelson is the author of more than 150 books including the bestsellers Quicken for Dummies and QuickBooks for Dummies. In fact, Nelson’s books have sold more than 4,000,000 copies in English and have been translated into a dozen other languages. Occasionally an adjunct tax professor at Golden Gate University's graduate school of taxation, where he teaches LLC and S Corporation tax law, Nelson practices public accounting in Seattle.