Sole Proprietor to LLC Conversion
Are you a sole proprietor? Wondering if it's the right option for you? Being a sole proprietor has probably served you well over the years and it seems easy enough to set up and manage, but you have heard people talk about converting to an LLC or other legal entity. Should you do it?
What should you be thinking about?
How does the process work?
And what do you need to make sure you are compliant with the State?
Join us for a conversation on the pros and cons of being a sole proprietor vs LLC and how to make the decision to convert. Also a few tips on best practices post conversion to a new entity.
Madhu K. Singh is the founder and chief legal officer at Foundry Law Group. Madhu and her team enjoy growing the firm by empowering businesses to get organized and protect their business assets and intellectual property. Madhu believes in building strong relationships with her clients by acting as a resource and being active within the local business community. She is president of the Women's business exchange. And, last year she was named the Woman Business Owner of the year by the Small Business Administration. In addition to her practice, she is currently Adjunct Faculty at the Community Development and Entrepreneurship Clinic at Seattle University School of Law. In her spare time, she advises and volunteers at local non-profits and clinics, including Startzone and WayFind. Madhu holds a JD and a MBA from the University of Kansas. Follow her @FOUNDRYLAW
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