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How can an llc provide protection

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Creating an LLC can help protect personal assets from your business creditors or  judgments.  LLC protection is not absolute but you can help safeguard your assets.  Look to these best practices for the best benefit.  

MAINTAIN YOUR LLC AS AN INDEPENDENT ENTITY

Keeping personal assets and LLLC transactions  completely divided is one of the biggest ways to add protection.  The LLC should have a separate bank account in the name of the LLC which all income and expenses flow.  Mixing personal assets with the business assets can open up the ability for creditors to reach personal assets.   

OBTAIN LLC INSURANCE

If someone files a lawsuit accusing you of wrongdoing—whether it’s  negligently maintaining your building, wrecking the company van or  defrauding a customer—your LLC won’t protect you from personal liability. And the judgment in a personal injury lawsuit can be financially devastating.

For this reason, it is important to have a good liability insurance  policy that will cover both you and your business if you get sued.

ESTABLISH CREDIT

 Personal guarantees are a major reason why small business owners  become liable for company obligations. If you personally guarantee a  lease or a loan, you agree to make payments if the LLC  cannot. In some cases, you may be asked to pledge your home or another  large asset as collateral for a business loan. If the LLC defaults on  the obligation, the creditor may go after your personal assets to  satisfy the debt.

If your business is new, it’s likely you’ll have to personally  guarantee large transactions. But you may be able to avoid some  guarantees in the future by establishing credit in your LLC’s name,  paying your bills on time, and showing a track record of revenue and  profit.

ONLY KEEP "ENOUGH" FUNDS

 If your LLC is sued, the money that is in the LLC can be used to satisfy  a creditor, but your personal assets usually cannot. To limit your  vulnerability, it makes sense to keep as little money as possible in the  company and pay the rest to the owners.  You cannot transfer money out in order to prevent payment to a creditor.  

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