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Monday, 22 August 2022

Article Written for:  the CPA Now, PICPA Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants 

Limited liability companies (LLCs) insulate owners from “inside” business liabilities, similar to corporations, but, unlike corporate stock, member equity held in a protective LLC generally may not be reached. Also, an “outside” creditor of an LLC member cannot acquire voting equity in a protective LLC, nor reach LLC assets. Claims on LLC interests are generally limited to a charging lien. These asset protection measures are just a few of the reasons LLCs have largely become the business entity of choice.

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