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    All About The Limited Liability Company (LLC)

    August 30th, 2013

    llc real estate investingHere at CorpNet, one of our biggest services is helping business owners form an LLC and manage the business filings to register their business with the state authorities. Deciding to form an LLC can be one of the best business decisions you’ve ever made, especially if you want flexibility with regards to taxation, ease of including partners or operating as a sole proprietor, and most importantly, the “limitation of liability” to protect your personal assets from the debts or liabilities of your business.

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    How Investors Avoid Double Taxation: LLC Or S Corp?

    May 3rd, 2013

    real estate business taxesCreating a legal entity for your start up  real estate investing business will establish much-needed separation between you and your business. Shielding your personal assets is the first and foremost reason to think about incorporating.

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    Put Down Your Checkbook: Why You May Not Need a Lawyer to Form Your Property’s LLC

    March 9th, 2011

    You know you need to form an LLC to minimize your risk and protect your personal assets when investing in real estate. But did you know that you don’t actually need to hire an attorney to do so?

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    The Top Mistakes Real Estate Investors Make With Their LLC And How You Can Avoid Them

    February 17th, 2011

    As a real estate investor, you’ve undoubtedly heard that the LLC (Limited Liability Company) is a powerful asset protection vehicle. Savvy investors create LLCs for their properties to shield their personal assets from any liability with the investment property.

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    Financing Tips For The LLC

    February 7th, 2011

    While many real estate investors eventually form an LLC to limit their liability and protect their own personal assets, it’s important to consider LLC formation before purchasing your property.

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    The LLC and Multiple Investors

    January 21st, 2011

    The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a popular tool for real estate investors to protect their personal assets. It essentially forms a wall that shields an individual’s own assets from any liabilities related to the investment property. In short, if you happen to be sued by a tenant, vacation renter, or property guest for something that happened on the property, the LLC will protect your own personal assets.

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    Follow The Golden Rule of LLC Compliance: Don’t Commingle Your Finances

    January 13th, 2011

    Real estate investors often invest so much of their personal time, work, and money in their properties that their personal and business finances begin to blend. However, letting the boundaries between the two blur can lead to serious problems.

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    Asset Protection for Real Estate Investors

    December 16th, 2010

    With bargain-priced properties and record low interest rates, today’s real estate market presents tempting investment opportunities — including new openings for the first time investor.

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    LLC Principals – Don’t Forget Your Annual Statement!

    November 30th, 2010

    In my last post, I advised real estate investors to keep their LLC in good standing by keeping a sharp line between their personal and business finances. There’s another important step for LLC compliance — and that’s your Annual Statement/Annual Report.

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    Should I Create My LLC Now or Wait Until The New Year?

    November 16th, 2010

    As a real estate investor, you’ve heard that the LLC (Limited Liability Company) is powerful asset protection vehicle. It essentially forms a wall that shields individual owners from personal liability. In short, if you happen to be sued by a tenant or property guest for something that happened on your property, your own personal assets are not at risk.

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