Registering your LLC with LLCTLC comes with plenty of perks and is totally stress-free. What are the benefits of forming an LLC?
If you're interested in forming an LLC, we can help.
We'll get your LLC registered in Montana, New Mexico, Wyoming, or Delaware, letting you know the specific benefits offered by each state. Since each person has different needs, we take the time to get to know what yours are and provide strategically tailored advice.
Tax breaks are a significant benefit that comes with owning an LLC in a state like Montana. That means no sales tax on vehicle purchases, no personal property tax on vehicle registration, and more. We can help you decide which tax benefits will offer you the greatest savings.
We charge one flat fee of $1,295 to start your LLC and register your first vehicle. This fee includes paperwork filing, as well as our dedicated Registered Agent services. If you’re looking for a one-stop-shop for LLC services, we're a great option.
Buisness Banking Accounts
You don't need a business banking account to make purchases under your LLC. However, many of our clients choose to open one to keep their LLC purchases separate, to better track expenses, and to start giving their LLC an established financial standing.
To do this, you would open a business account in your LLC’s name, assigning yourself (and anyone else you choose) as an authorized signer on your account. Your purchase can then be made by any signer on the account using a business debit card, credit card, or paper check provided by your banking institution. Another option is to secure a business loan and pay off your purchase with interest.
What is the Montana Limited Liability Company Act?
There is a lot to know as a Montana LLC owner, but one thing to be very familiar with is the Montana Limited Liability Company Act (MLLCA). This Act contains the rules and laws for LLCs registered in the state.
Within this document are 13 chapters, each with specific information including LLC Formation, Financing, Ownership, Lawsuits, and Dissolution.
You should familiarize yourself with this document because all LLC owners are required to abide by the rules and requirements listed within. If you have questions about the MLLCA, ask your Registered Agent or the office of the Montana Secretary of State. If they can’t answer your specific questions, they can point you to someone who can.
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Forming an LLC out of state may seem daunting, but our in-state Registered Agent Services assure complete, accurate, and timely business management.