Convert Your Sole Proprietorship to an LLC in 7 Easy Steps!

Convert Your Sole Proprietorship to an LLC in 7 Easy Steps!

If you are currently operating your online business as a sole proprietorship, you may be wondering how to convert to an LLC or Limited Liability Company. There are multiple reasons for doing this, including to protect your personal assets and give yourself some flexibility when it comes to filing your taxes.

In today’s video I share how to convert your sole proprietorship to an LLC faster than you can take a sip of your coffee.

And feel free to comment below and let me know how long it took for you to get your LLC set-up?

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