How to do a llc in ny

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Here’s how you can start your LLC.

A limited liability company (LLC) is a business structure that allows you to be your boss and get paid by the company. You can also be an employee, pay yourself as an independent contractor and even run your own business without paying taxes on all that income.

If you want to start a new LLC in New York, here’s how:

The basics: how to form an LLC.

An LLC is a business structure, and like any other business entity, it has its own set of rules and regulations. The most important ones to know are:

Ways to raise money for an LLC.

There are several ways to raise money for an LLC. You can borrow it from friends and family, or you can get a loan from a bank. If you want to keep your finances separate from the business, consider using a credit card company as an investor for the LLC’s funding.

If all else fails, there are still two more options: borrowing money from others with loans available through banks or credit unions (the latter is less common). The downside here is that this method involves dealing with lawyers who will typically charge interest on their services and fees for submitting documents such as tax returns or payroll records; however, if this is something other than what bothers you, it could be worth looking into!

What kind of taxes will your business have to pay?

The LLC is a pass-through entity, meaning its profits are passed through to the members/owners of the LLC. You’ll receive your share of the LLC’s profits and losses if you’re an owner.

The LLC does not pay taxes on its income or losses; however, it will still be required to file an annual business tax return with the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance (DTF). This form is known as Form 1040NR – this refers specifically to New York State business filings made with DTF.

The difference between an LLC and a corporation.

Many people interested in forming an LLC want to know if it’s different from a corporation. The answer is yes, but not in the way you might think.

The most crucial difference between an LLC and a corporation is that while the IRS treats them as separate entities for tax purposes, they can also be taxed as partnership entities instead of sole proprietorships (LLCs are treated as partnerships by default). If this sounds confusing or complicated, don’t worry—it isn’t! There are only three ways for businesses to be taxed:

You can start a small business to do well.

You can start a small business to do well. You can create a small business, and you can do it without having to hire many people or pay taxes.

First, I registered my LLC as a sole proprietorship with the state of New York. This means that I am acting as my employer by running this business on my behalf (in other words, no one else owns me). It also makes it easier for me because there aren’t any other entities involved—it’s just me and my name on everything related to this company!

There are plenty of different ways that people choose how they want their businesses organized; some prefer limited liability companies over corporations because they feel like having more control over their finances while still being able to benefit from being taxed at lower rates than larger businesses would be taxed under typical circumstances (because they’re not publicly traded).

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