Downloadable Do-it-Yourself Kit Oregon LLC Premium Option
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Are you ready to form a limited liability company for your Oregon business? Sure, you can pay a local lawyer one or two grand. Or you can pay some online incorporation service several hundred dollars and wait several weeks for them to do their work. But there's a third, more economical and darn faster option...
You can just form your own limited liability company using a Downloadable Do-it-yourself Oregon Limited Liability Company kit. Take the do-it-yourself route, and you'll not only get your LLC set up blazingly quick but you'll also save hundreds or even thousands of dollars.
Specifically, for $44.95 you can purchase the premium edition of the downloadable do-it-yourself Oregon Limited Liability Company kit and then immediately download a 20+ page pdf document. The PDF document describes the benefits of using a Oregon LLC for your active trade or business and then the kit explains in step-by-step fashion how to set up your Oregon limited liability company in a few minutes, how to get a federal tax identification number for your new LLC so you can start banking and other financial activities, and how to elect to have your LLC treated for federal and state income tax as an S Corporation so you can maximize your tax savings. The economy kit also comes with two sample LLC operating agreements--one for LLCs with a single owner, or member, and one for LLCs with multiple owners, or members.
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About the authors:
The Do-It-Yourself Oregon Limited Lability company Kit documents were written by CPA Stephen L. Nelson and attorney Carl Baranowski.
Limited liability company expert Stephen L. Nelson has been a CPA for twenty-plus years. He holds a masters in finance from the University of Washington and a masters in taxation from Golden Gate University. The author of numerous best-selling books about accounting and finance, Nelson also taught LLC and Subchapter S corporation tax law at Golden Gate University.
An attorney for two-plus decades, Carl Baranowski has worked both as an in-house counsel and as practicing attorney, serving both private and public real estate and high technology limited liability companies and corporations. Baranowski holds an MBA and JD from Stanford University and co-wrote the popular legal reference, Representing High-Tech Companies (Law Journal Press, 2006).