Filing an LLC (Limited Liability Company) provides small businesses with some of the advantages of incorporating while preserving simplicity through minimal compliance formalities. For example, business owners who operate LLCs aren’t personally liable for business debts. But is that benefit alone enough to convince your clients to form LLCs? How about for your practice? More often, business owners turn to their accountant for the right advice.
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