The Laws governing the administration of LLCs have recently changed in Arizona and 18 other states. These are significant changes that could catch you and your partners by surprise and result in unintended consequences.
If you own an LLC with other Members, you’re going to want to watch this Legal Concierge Podcast: “Everything You Need to Know About The New LLC Law“. We explore the important changes in the law and show you how to update your company’s records to comply with the New Law.
If you are interested in jumping to a specific segment in this podcast, click on the timestamp below for the segment.
- 6:11 – Origins of new LLC Law
- 13:50 – Voting
- 17:50 – Fiduciary Duties
- 22:58 – Distributions
- 24:57 – Contributions
- 26:57 – Record Keeping
- 34:12 – Indemnification of Members
- 37:27 – Final Thoughts
In this video podcast, you can find answers to the following questions:
- 13:03 – Does the Uniform Limited Liability Company Act address distributing profits?
- 21:35 – Can an LLC member have no ownership interest?
- 22:14 – Do I need a registered agent for my LLC?
- 32:42 – Does an LLC have to distribute all profits?
- 33:40 – How long do we need to keep LLC tax records?
- 41:51 – Are LLC business losses limited under new tax law?
If you have additional questions that are not answered here, please reach out to Warner and schedule your FREE LLC & Asset Protection Consultation!
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