Making Your Photo Studio an LLC: The Pros and Cons

August 7, 2017

By Aaron M. Arce Stark

© Ethan Yang Photography

Attorney Aaron M. Arce Stark

Let’s say a client hires you to shoot an assignment. When it comes time to pay, the client writes you a check and addresses it to you—your personal name. You cash it. In taking these simple steps, you’ve accidentally established your business as a sole proprietorship: For all legal intents and purposes, you are the business. This is trouble. It...

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