A business entity is how you organize and register your business. Registering as an LLC or corporation means you can officially start doing business in Delaware, and the state legally recognizes your business as a single organization.
What is an LLC?
LLC means limited liability company. Unlike a sole proprietorship, creating an LLC allows you to separate your personal and professional responsibilities. Organizing your business as an LLC also makes it easier to track business expenses for taxes. Registering your LLC requires a small fee.
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Create an LLC in Delaware
Choosing to form an LLC in Delaware is very popular because there is no sales tax in Delaware. After choosing a business name, you must file documents with the state and also include a $75 filing fee.
An LLC in Delaware also requires a registered agent to receive documents on behalf of your business. The registered agent simply needs to be someone with a Delaware address that is available at all business houses. You can be the registered agent yourself if you can make that commitment. If you prefer, you can use a registered agent service.