South Carolina is a business-friendly state; the LLC process is fast and easy. You’ll need to start by coming up with a unique name for your LLC, registering your business and getting set up to hire employees and pay taxes. Once you are done with these tasks, maintenance is simple; South Carolina does not require an LLC to file annual reports and has few other compliance requirements once the business is established.
Before the first employee can be hired, a South Carolina LLC will need to have the following in place:
I'm an entrepreneur myself. When talking to others who want to start their own business, they often get wrapped up in the nitty gritty of paperwork and forming the company. They forget that what really matters is customers, sales, and profit. That's why I created How to Start an LLC.org: a simple resource and guide so you can spend less time on forming your company, and more time on building it.
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