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Can a LLc protect personal dept?we have (3) propertys in a LLC can that be protected?

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Q: Can personal property be placed and protected IN an LLC?
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What are the pros n cons in holding property in a llc versus holding a property in a trust?

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How does an llc effect personal taxes?

Income from an LLC goes directly to pay an individuals personal taxes. This is because there is no K-1 form associated with it.


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There are many benefits of an LLC incorporation. Examples of benefits of an LLC corporation include protected assets, pass-through taxation, and limited compliance requirements.


Who owns the property of a llc?

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Do you have personal liability with an LLC?

Generally, the members and managers of a limited liability company have no personal liability for the obligations incurred by the LLC. For example, if the LLC buys goods or services on credit and goes out of business, the members are not obligated to pay the creditors. There are many many ways, however, that personal liability can arise out of a person's participation in an LLC. Some of these include: * The person's own negligence, fraud or illegal act * Personal guarantees * "Piercing the veil" of the LLC


Can your assets under your LLC be protected from your personal credit card debts?

Probably. Assuming it was a legitimate transaction done before any legal action was taken by creditors. If a creditor had already filed a suit, it might be seen as a fraudulent conveyance and LLC protection would be voided.

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