This post was inspired by an email I received from a pet sitter colleague. Please keep your questions and emails coming!
A limited liability company, or LLC, has become the go-to choice for many pet sitting businesses, including mine.
According to Legal Zoom, it’s quickly establishing itself as the most popular choice for a new business.
In fact, the LLC has surpassed the Corporation structure for new startups with 1-5 persons.
There are many distinct advantages to forming an LLC including protection against your personal assets (thus limited liability).
You are able to minimize your personal liability and gain substantial business credibility.
As a member of an LLC, you are not personally responsible for company debts, which is why it is a popular choice among entrepreneurs.
To Print LLC or Not to Print LLC
Becoming an LLC (limited liability company) is a choice that many pet sitting business owners choose to make. The bigger your pet sitting company becomes, the more sense it usually makes.
But the real question for this article is not about whether a pet sitter should become an LLC or not.
But rather the question is: Do you include the LLC in your logo?
Please answer the following questions in the comments section for us:
- Are you currently an LLC?
- If not, have you considered becoming one? (Why or why not?)
- If yes, do you include ‘LLC’ in your logo? (why or why not?)
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