Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Foreign Companies and the LLC in Nevada (continued)

Foreign Companies and the LLC in Nevada (continued)
Conducting Your Business as an LLC:

An LLC is considered legally organized upon filing the articles of organization with the Secretary of State or upon some later date specified in the articles of organization and the required filing fees have been paid. However, an LLC must not transact or incur indebtedness, except that which is incidental to its organization or obtain subscription for contributions until the company is considered legally organized. With that being said, we encourage you to contact a Nevada business lawyer at the outset of LLC formation to ensure that all of the formalities have been satisfied, which in turn, gives your business the opportunity to hit the ground running.
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