Tax Consequences of Operating an LLC
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PDT)
Bundy Room 228
SMC SBDC at Bundy Campus,
3171 S Bundy Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90066
TAX CONSEQUENCES OF FORMING AND OPERATING AN LLC
What is a Limited Liability Company?
Making Sense of the LLC vs S Corporation Question
Why an LLC is Nearly Always Best
The First Real Question is Actually LLC vs Corporation
The Second Real Question is Whether to Elect Sub S Status
Paying the Owners of a Limited Liability Corporation
Payments to Owners of Single Member Limited Liability Companies
Payments to Partners in Multiple Member Limited Liability Companies
Payments to Owners of LLCs Electing Corporation Status
How does the self-employment tax work for a limited liability company?
Should I use S corporation tax treatment for a limited liability company?
When should a limited liability company be treated as a sole proprietorship?
Does a limited liability company offer a less protection than a regular corporation?
Protecting Assets With a Limited Liability Company
Protecting Against Internal Business and Investment Risks
Segregating Internal Business and Investment Risks
Protecting Against External Business and Investment Risks
Do you need an LLC operating agreement?
Facilitator: Emir Phillip
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Small Business Development Center hosted by Santa Monica College
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