Is it time for your biz to “go pro”?
When I talk about LLCs and S-Corps, I like to say that “you always know when it’s time to go pro.”
But, what does it MEAN to “go pro”?
Well, it’s like shifting from drinking 2 cups of ho-hum grocery-store coffee to waking up with a steaming cup of high-speed Bulletproof coffee with Brain Octane Oil and organic grass-fed butter.
In business, it means transitioning from being a Sole Proprietor to having an ACTUAL business entity to back you – like an LLC or an S-Corp – which helps you feel more confident and gives you more credibility as a business owner.
How do you know when it’s time to form an LLC or S-Corp?
And which one do you need?
I get these questions so often that I created a new DIY Legal Master Class called “How Do I Know if I Need an LLC or S-Corp?” to help you find out.
The whole purpose of this Master Class is to help you have more clarity now around which legal entity is right for you… in less than an hour.
In this Master Class, you can find out solid, easy-to-understand info on the front end so you don’t make a mistake, waste time or spend excess money on the back end by forming the WRONG entity for you. (Believe me, I’ve seen it happen to clients many times. Just this week, in fact.)
You can sit with your laptop outside in the park or curl up on your couch and quickly:
- learn the difference between an LLC and S-Corp
- figure out which entity is right for you
- understand how each can help you protect your money and limit your liability
Knowing these answers can save you thousands of dollars over time and dramatically reduce your stress when it comes to the fear of being sued, taxes, and finances! #micdrop
Learn more about the DIY Legal Master Class and purchase it HERE. (It’s quick and to the point and just $97.)
You empower yourself when you become armed with the right information, and you stand as a leader in your business when you get your legal AND your financial ducks in a row so you can feel safe to show up full on in your business and grow
Here’s to knowing when it’s time to “go pro” with an LLC or S-Corp!