As a solopreneur, you may find yourself becoming the face of your business. If you’re front and center for your personal brand, it’s important to legally distinguish between you and your company from the beginning. You can accomplish this by setting up an LLC.
An LLC is a legal entity designed to protect business owners from any liabilities the company may accumulate. Not only does forming an LLC help separate personal assets from business liabilities, it can also signal to potential customers and stakeholders that you are serious about your venture.
Read our guide to learn how to start an LLC, the different types of LLCs available for you to choose from, and the pros and cons of this business structure.