Connecticut regulations regarding LLC formation in the state includes filing the Articles of Organization and a document listing personnel requirements. The name of the business entity must contain the terms “LLC”, “Limited Liability Company”, or “Ltd. Liability Company”. There are no publication requirements for forming an LLC in Connecticut.

The Articles or Organization will be submitted to the Connecticut Secretary of State. The articles must include information about the LLC’s name, address, purpose, the name, address, and signature of the LLC’s registered agent, the name and address of at least one manager or member, and a statement regarding if whether the LLC will be managed by a manager. The articles can be filed online at the Connecticut Secretary of State website, by mail, or through LegalZoom.

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What is an LLC?

LLC refers to a Limited Liability Company, and it is organized by business owners. They have fewer corporate formalities and can be taxed by the IRS as a sole proprietorship, S corporation, or C corporation.

Each state has different requirements and regulations regarding the formation of an LLC. Business owners should check with state laws when considering forming an LLC.

Owners of LLCs are known as members, they can be individuals, corporations, other LLCs, or foreign entities. There is no limit on the number of members an LLC can have. In most states, “single-member” LLCs are allowed, where there is only one owner involved in managing the LLC.

The IRS will treat the LLC as a corporation, partnership, or included in the LLC owners personal tax return. A domestic LLC with at least two members is classified as a partnership for federal income tax purposes unless they file Form 8832 and elect to be treated as a corporation.

LLCs carry tax advantages over other forms of business such as limited partnerships. The owners of an LLC do not assume personal liability for business debt, and any losses of the LLC can be used as tax deductions against active income.

An LLC can be formed through the state business formation process or consulting with LegalZoom.

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