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Corporation vs Limited Liability Company (LLC)
There is a lot of noise out there about what type of business you should form. Knowing the difference between a corporation and a limited liability company can have some long lasting consequences.
Check out today’s video to help you decide!
By Taylor Darcy|2019-08-31T13:41:02-07:00September 2nd, 2019|Categories: Business Formation, Business Planning, Corporation, Limited Liability Company (LLC)|Tags: be your own boss, business, business plan, business tips, corp, Corporation, entrepreneur, entrepreneur advice, entrepreneurship, how successful people make money from their business, how to make money online, how to start a business, how to start a small business, limited liability company, LLC, small business, small business ideas, start your own business, starting a corporation, starting an llc in california, startup, why you must own a business|0 Comments
About the Author: Taylor Darcy
Taylor Darcy was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and moved in the late 1980s to sunny Southern California. He has lived in places such as Alberta, Canada, Arizona, Montana, and Florida; however, he has always come back to the best weather on earth. Taylor is a graduate of California Western School of Law in San Diego, California, and a California licensed attorney. He serves as a Board of Director for the Access to Independence and is an Adjunct Professor for Southwestern College in Chula Vista, California. Taylor has an amazing wife, three beautiful daughters, and a son. Taylor likes movies, cars, and motorcycles. When not practicing law, you can find him enjoying scenic San Diego.
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