Dissolving a Limited Liability Company in New York

dissolving a limited liabilityA Limited Liability Company (LLC) is one of the many business entities that one can form in New York. An LLC is defined as a company that combines elements of a partnership, sole proprietorship, and a corporation. In this type of business structure, the owners, or members, are generally not personally liable for the LLC’s losses and lawsuits.

Operating an LLC may not always go as planned. If you no longer wish to operate your business under the LLC, you may dissolve it. However, it is necessary to properly and officially dissolve the LLC in the State of New York. Failure to properly dissolve the business entity can lead to legal complications and monetary penalties.
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Forming a Limited Liability Company

Forming a Limited Liability CompanyThe first step to forming a business in New York State is to decide what type of entity is best. Each type of entity has their own benefits, but the decision is often made based on the structure, liability, tax, and management considerations surrounding your future business. A Limited Liability Company (LLC) offers a significant amount of flexibility and allows the business the liability protection of a corporation with the tax treatment of a partnership. Continue reading “Forming a Limited Liability Company”