Articles of Organization
Limited Liability Companies (LLCs) are business entities that afford limited liability protections to entrepreneurs and business owners without the complicated rules and procedures that must be followed with a corporation.
LLCs are much more flexible than corporations in both their governance requirements and their taxation schemes.
To create an LLC, Articles of Organization are filed with the state in which the company is based.
Included in the Articles of Organization is information about the LLC including: a principal address, the mailing address, the registered agent and address, and a listing of the members and/or managers and officers of the LLC. In Florida, the information included in the LLC’s Articles of Organization is available publicly at the sunbiz.org website.
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