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Build your BRAND, start a LEGACY! - OfficialAnais

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"…. The purpose of the company Davis says is two-fold, “to elevate the brands of local entrepreneurs, small businesses and non-profits to national levels, and to give back to the community.” Through her company, she counsels clients on ways to use their professional platforms to create legacies that will make a difference long after their gone…." - #LivinLikeMaya

You will find that @Officialanais does a great deal of community service, it’s done in hopes that we inspire YOU. I am a first generation #entrepreneur who seeks to build a #LEGACY through #businessdevelopment and #communityservice. #WhatsYourDream? Connect with us, let’s build. Happy Friday, remember, Build your BRAND, start a LEGACY!

"…. The purpose of the company Davis says is two-fold, “to elevate the brands of local entrepreneurs, small businesses and non-profits to national levels, and to give back to the community.” Through her company, she counsels clients on ways to use their professional platforms to create legacies that will make a difference long after their gone…." - #LivinLikeMaya

You will find that @Officialanais does a great deal of community service, it’s done in hopes that we inspire YOU. I am a first generation #entrepreneur who seeks to build a #LEGACY through #businessdevelopment and #communityservice. #WhatsYourDream? Connect with us, let’s build. Happy Friday, remember, Build your BRAND, start a LEGACY!

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Let him use you, don’t get so caught up in what YOU want that you don’t follow his will. You are a success. Have a blessed day. :) #Legacy#Building

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A little while ago I shared info on how you could support an initiative to help pass a bill that would reduce LLC filing fees from $500 to $59.

Here is an update. 

The house presented the bill inside of a package that was connected to the Governors increase of a tax extension. The entire package of bills died. Work is now being focused on getting it passed in Veto session.

Advantages of an LLC

Limited Liability. Members are protected from personal liability for business decisions or actions of the LLC. This means that if the LLC incurs debt or is sued, members’ personal assets are usually exempt. This is similar to the liability protections afforded to shareholders of a corporation. Keep in mind that limited liability means “limited” liability - members are not necessarily shielded from wrongful acts, including those of their employees.
Less Recordkeeping. An LLC’s operational ease is one of its greatest advantages. Compared to an S-Corporation, there is less registration paperwork and there are smaller start-up costs.
Sharing of Profits. There are fewer restrictions on profit sharing within an LLC, as members distribute profits as they see fit. Members might contribute different proportions of capital and sweat equity. Consequently, it’s up to the members themselves to decide who has earned what percentage of the profits or losses.

A little while ago I shared info on how you could support an initiative to help pass a bill that would reduce LLC filing fees from $500 to $59.

Here is an update.

The house presented the bill inside of a package that was connected to the Governors increase of a tax extension. The entire package of bills died. Work is now being focused on getting it passed in Veto session.

Advantages of an LLC

Limited Liability. Members are protected from personal liability for business decisions or actions of the LLC. This means that if the LLC incurs debt or is sued, members’ personal assets are usually exempt. This is similar to the liability protections afforded to shareholders of a corporation. Keep in mind that limited liability means “limited” liability - members are not necessarily shielded from wrongful acts, including those of their employees.
Less Recordkeeping. An LLC’s operational ease is one of its greatest advantages. Compared to an S-Corporation, there is less registration paperwork and there are smaller start-up costs.
Sharing of Profits. There are fewer restrictions on profit sharing within an LLC, as members distribute profits as they see fit. Members might contribute different proportions of capital and sweat equity. Consequently, it’s up to the members themselves to decide who has earned what percentage of the profits or losses.

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