A primary benefit of LLCs is that they insulate the property owner from personal liability in the instance of slip-and-falls and other negligence claims. But could the LLC still be subject to a claim and how so? What about creditors and tax deferability? Also, how does the LLC affect title transferability? Find out on the next Bottled Business Sense Show.

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Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com

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Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
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The Bottled Business Sense Show provides practical business perspectives that uniquely emphasize both legal and media marketing strategies that protect and insure the longevity of your business.


If you’re forming a corporation or a limited liability company, you’ll need to select a registered agent for your business and provide the agent’s name and address on the formation documents you file with the state.

Learn what you need to know before you choose an agent for your business on our next show. 

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Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
bill@wfblegalconsulting.com
949.698.6222

Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
rick@captivate365.com
949.667.1182

The Bottled Business Sense Show provides practical business perspectives that uniquely emphasize both legal and media marketing strategies that protect and insure the longevity of your business.


A California limited liability company (LLC), sometimes called a limited liability corporation, is a hybrid of the Partnership and Corporation. The LLC, if properly formed and maintained, offers its members personal liability protection (like a corporation) and pass-through tax treatment (like a partnership). California offers three types of LLCs and therefore, I get many frequently asked questions about their structure and advantages and requirements. Learn more this Tuesday on our next Bottled Business Sense Show at 10am PST. https://lnkd.in/bWE4j_D

Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
bill@wfblegalconsulting.com
949.698.6222

Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
rick@captivate365.com
949.667.1182

The Bottled Business Sense Show provides practical business perspectives that uniquely emphasize both legal and media marketing strategies that protect and insure the longevity of your business.


Are You Personally Liable for Business Debts? The answer depends largely on the structure of your business. If you did not form a specific business entity and you are the only owner of the business, you are probably a sole proprietor. A sole proprietorship is not a separate legal entity — which means you are personally responsible for all business debts and when you file for bankruptcy, you are really filing a personal bankruptcy. If your business was formed as a partnership, corporation, or limited liability company (LLC), whether you are liable for your company’s debts depends on other factors.

Join us to learn more on the Bottled Business Sense Show.

Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
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Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
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Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com
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949.951.9163


There are multiple factors involved when you develop a plan to get a business up and running—both from a pragmatic and legal point of view. This particular show highlights 5 of the important factors that every business person should implement in order to insure that his/her business foundation is on solid ground, and that it continues to operate smoothly over time.

Join us to learn more on our 100th Bottled Business Sense Show.

Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
bill@wfblegalconsulting.com
949.698.6222

Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
rick@captivate365.com
949.667.1182

Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com
steve@growthcoursecoaching.com
949.951.9163

 

 

 


If you’re running multiple business projects, you’ve probably wondered what’s the best way to structure all these ventures. Should you form one corporation to cover them all? Should you form an LLC for each one? You need to answer these questions from both a marketing and legal perspective.

Join Bill, Rick and Steve to discuss some of the best ways to explore these interesting options.

Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
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949.698.6222

Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com
steve@growthcoursecoaching.com
949.951.9163

Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com
rick@captivate365.com
949.667.1182


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Generally, a partnership is an entity distinct from its partners – such a partnership may be sued and may sue in the name of the partnership. A partnership is liable for loss or injury caused to a person as a result of a wrongful act or omission of a partner acting in the ordinary course of business of the partnership or with the authority of the partnership. Therefore, choosing the “right” partnership requires much more then the term generally implies.

Join Bill, Rick and Steve to discuss this important criteria so that the business goals you envision can be met free from worry and with an eye only toward prosperity.

Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
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949.698.6222

Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com
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949.951.9163

Rick Moscoso – R2VisualStudios.com
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949.667.1182