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I think I got that part, except for the details of percentages, but my main question, although it don't say I'm the owner on any part of the LLC article application ( cause it states members or organizer). Am i still considered an owner, even though I'm on the LLC article application as an organizer?
I'm sorry Mr Paul, but I think you miss my whole concern.
If i'm listed as the organizer on the LLC , would that leave it open for the tax man to come after the company because i'm on the article LLC as organizer, and I owe back taxes and I'm on a payment plan....... COULD I PUT MY SISTER COMPANY IN JEPARDY, BECAUSE I'M ON THE ARTICLE AS ORGANIZER?
Okay i think we are getting somewhere here! Okay as it states on this form, The name & address of each person executing these articles of organization is as follows: ( State whether each person is excuting these articles of organization in the capacity of a MEMBER, ORGANIZER or both. Would I be safe as an Organizer, and my sister would still hire me as an employee, am I just leaving it open for the Tax man to come after my personal Tax and not the company business or could they still come after the company because my name is XXXXX XXXXX LLC as organizer. If this is answered, then there is know other question to be ask.
Thank you Mr Paul
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