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  $400 NEW WYOMING LLC OR WYOMING CORPORATION

  $1995 FOR AN 8 YEAR OLD AGED SHELF CORPORATION OR SHELF LLC

  $400 WYOMING MAIL FORWARDING

 

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WYOMING LLC & THE CHARGING ORDER PROTECTION

WYOMING VS. NEVADA CORPORATIONS

WYOMING SHELF CORPORATIONS

WYOMING LEGAL SERVICES  

WYOMING VIRTUAL OFFICE

WYOMING REGISTERED AGENT

CONTACT

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PRIMERA, INC.

109 East 17th Street, #25,

Cheyenne WY 82001

(o) 307.237.2580 (fx)702.920.8824

 

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Wyoming Corporation tip#1:

File as a foreign corporation in your home state if sales are not approved in Wyoming.

Wyoming Corporation tip#2:

The Wyoming LLC and the Nevada LLC are known for their limited liability, excellent charging order protection, and flexibility in management

 

 
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SHELF CORPORATION 8 YEARS OLD, $1995.  REQUEST LIST HERE.

LLC OPERATING AGREEMENT

ASSET PROTECTION OPERATING AGREEMENT

LLC's and their operating agreements are NOT created equal.  Most of them don't take advantage of the benefits designed for the client because the incorporators, and business consultants, are not well informed.

Q:  Which is better...  Manager-managed?  Member-managed?

A:  Manager-managed LLC Charging order protection secures assets from hostile creditor threats.

The charging order protection is what triggers the hostile creditor to be liable for an income tax BEFORE collecting on your assets.  This is called "phantom income," and it's successfully restricts the assets from the hostile creditor ONLY when the LLC is manager-managed.

Q:  Why do most incorporators avoid discussing the charging order protection?

A:  They don't want to confuse you.  They know you're most likely deciding between a C Corporation and an LLC.  They don't want to lose the sale and have you walking away scratching your head.  So, they don't mention it.  They prefer to limit your choices and make the decision simple stupid.

Our clients seek to learn and do more, and that's why they come to us in the first place.

The state of choice means a great deal because it determines the security of the charging order.  A Nevada LLC or a Wyoming LLC is extremely secure in terms of the charging order protection.

The operating agreement determines what everyone can and cannot do (manager, members, and LLC), and how it's done.

The operating agreement provides choices and restrictions unto the Manager, the members and the creditors.

Problem:  Most LLC's are written in very general form.  They try to be everything for everyone.  How do we know this?  Because 99% of all incorporators use the same operating agreements time and time again.  It's a broken record.  And although this objective is noble in theory, it leaves clients at a disadvantage.  Most incorporators are too lazy to draft an original operating agreement.

Q:  Why?

A:  LLCs intended for asset protection must be designed for that purpose from the ground up.  And since many asset protection planners are glorified incorporators, they aren't prepared to get the job done right the first time.  It's easier for them to just copy another person's operating agreement.

Solution:

A specialized operating agreement was drafted by a CPA/Attorney for the purpose of asset protection and limited liability.  Compare that to the run-of-the-mill LLCs that you buy on the internet.


OPERATING AGREEMENT DRAFTED BY A CPA, TAX ATTORNEY  $200

The LLC operating agreement drafted for asset protection.  Possess an operating agreement, for an LLC, that offers the utmost asset protection and charging order protection. 

 

 

 

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REAL ESTATE LLC

C CORPORATION?

S CORPORATION?

LLC?  WHICH ONE?

 

RESTRICTING THE LLC DISTRIBUTION TO THE HOSTILE CREDITOR

WYOMING BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT

DELAWARE LLC V. WYOMING LLC

 

 

 

 

LLC FACT

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FACT:  WYOMING invented the American LLC in 1977, as it was modeled after the 1892 German company law known as Gesellschaft mit beschrnkter Haftung (GmbH).  Nevada and Delaware copied Wyoming's LLC and profited from it most through better marketing.

LLC FACT

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For the LLC charging order protection, the LLC must meet three conditions:

1.  The LLC is manager-managed

2.  The LLC is taxed as a partnership

3.  The LLC has at least two members.