LIMITED LIABILITY AND SHELF CORPORATIONS
REGISTERED AGENT SERVICE
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LIMITED LIABILITY IS ASSET PROTECTION
Don't hold the business or the assets in your name.
Starting a business as a sole proprietor exposes you to unlimited
liability. Consider placing your business in a corporation or
LLC to limit your liability. A rental property should also be
in an LLC. You can further protect your interest in the rental
property by blocking information available to the public.
Although the IRS and the bank will know your link to the company,
the general public doesn't need to know you own the property.
Placing assets into separate corporations increases administrative efforts
and contact with financial institutions. We serve as your corporate
officer as you decide what's best for the corporation.
Documentation makes the corporate veil solid as a rock. Don't allow
a challenge of the corporate veil because the corporate resolutions and
minutes were not kept up to date. A pierced corporate veil means
that the stockholders may be held liable for the debts of the corporation.
critical to maintain those corporate records and not to commingle funds of
the corporation with your own.
corporate veil is extremely secure. If you're lazy in maintaining
corporate records, the corporate veil is protected in Wyoming.
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Cheyenne WY 82001