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Can an LLC own itself in Oregon?

No. A limited liability company cannot own itself. If a membership interest is transferred to the company itself, for example, in a redemption transaction, that interest simply ceases to exist. In a ...
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Can my company be its own registered agent?

Short Answer I am applying for an LLC in NJ for a company called XYZ, and was wondering if I can use that same company name as the registered agent? No. (This is the hardest question.) Or can I ...
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Can my company be its own registered agent?

No, a corporation cannot be a registered agent; a natural person must be. Any person can be a registered agent, so long as they are 18 years old or older, have a physical street address in the ...
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Is there a type of LLC or company where new employees are automatically members?

An LLC can be filed with the owners as employees, but what about after? Every time you add a new employee who is to be part owner of the company, you'd have to re-file. Is there a way to avoid this? ...
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Is there such a thing as employee owned LLC?

Most limited liability companies (LLCs) are small, closely held firms that are owned entirely or in substantial part by active employee-manager-owners with modest capital contributions. LLCs with ...
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Is there such a thing as employee owned LLC?

To quote the IRS page at: IRS LLC Owners of an LLC are called members. Most states do not restrict ownership, so members may include individuals, corporations, other LLCs and foreign entities. There ...
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