South Carolina LLC’s are formed by filing Articles of Organization with the South Carolina Secretary of State. The entire filing process takes around 2-3 weeks.
Name Identifiers and Abbreviations
The name of a South Carolina limited liability company must end with one of the following words or abbreviations:
A formal Operating Agreement will help protect your company’s limited liability status and prevent your company from being run by the default rules created by the state. Whilst South Carolina does not mandate that all LLCs to have an Operating Agreement, it is highly recommended that you have one.
Depending on the nature of your business some additional filings may be necessary to complete the proper set up of your LLC.
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