Limited Liability Company (LLC) The LLC is a type of hybrid business structure that is designed to provide the limited liability features of a corporation andDec 20 2:44 AM 1 of 34View Source
Limited Liability Company (LLC)
The LLC is a type of hybrid business structure that is designed to provide the limited liability features of a corporation and the tax efficiencies and operational flexibility of a partnership. A popular choice for sole proprietors who are looking to incorporate simply to protect personal assets or secure additional loans, the LLC is thought to be one of the easiest and least expensive forms of ownership to organize. The Limited Liability Company (LLC) is now a recognized business structure in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia . LLCs are gaining popularity with small business owners because they combine the advantages of a corporation with the tax advantages and management flexibility of a partnership
support the removal of stupidity:
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto: email@example.com ] On Behalf Of James W. Pratt, Jr.
Sent: Tuesday, December 19, 2006 11:36 PM
Subject: Re: [MedievalSawdust] RE: Cordless Power Tools
Ok what is an LLC?
If you have a business name, engrave that. If you don't
have one, file for an LLC and get one.
Haven t bought hand tools from them, but just recently got a VERY nice deal on a Jet 10 3HP Cabinet saw package from Timberlinetools.com. BethDec 22 10:04 AM 34 of 34View SourceHaven't bought hand tools from them, but just recently got a VERY nice deal
on a Jet 10" 3HP Cabinet saw package from Timberlinetools.com.
At 11:50 AM 12/22/2006, you wrote:
>I do almost all my tool buying via mail-order. Locally all we have is
>the two "big-box" stores and a handful of lumber-yard/specialty shops.
>Actually the big-box stores have been a relief, when it was just the
>other I once paid as much per -blade- for same saber-saw blades for
>the Bosch, as I would have paid per -pack- mail order.
>Woodworkers Supply is one of my standards http://woodworker.com/
>I used to buy a lot from Tool Crib of the North, then Amazon bought
>them (still good prices)
>Of course there is Lee Valley, Craft Supplies (turning), Best Wood
>Tools, Hartville and GarrettWade (and that's just the catalogs I have