Hello, Jared, I don`t know where you read that, but it`s not correct. The State of Texas will not take your LLC after your death. Your interest in the LLC is about the one in your will or your loved one (for example. B woman or child). I recommend working with a Texas attorney after your LLC is created for any custom provisions you want to add to your company agreement. We will also try to improve ours. Thank you for your comment and I hope I have been helpful. Filing a instrument of incorporation with the Secretary of State creates a for-profit corporation, a professional corporation, a related corporation, a non-profit corporation, an LLC, or a limited partnership. Names such as „S“, „C“ or „501 (c) (3)“ refer to federal tax provisions. For any information on federal tax matters, including the impact they might have on what you need to include in your governing act, contact a private attorney and/or contact the Internal Revenue Service. No no. A business entity keeps its internal administrative documents at its head office. There is no law authorizing the filing of these documents with the Secretary of State; Therefore, the Minister of Foreign Affairs cannot accept it for tabling.
For-profit and professional companies, professional associations, LLCs and certain limited partnerships (Texas or Country-Sponsor) subject to national franchise legislation are subject to the Comptroller of Public Accounts each year. As part of the annual franchise reports, these subject companies submit a public information report (PIR). The IREP identifies the names and addresses of individuals who, at the time of reporting, are executives/directors and managers. The Secretary of State has prepared a Guide to Determining the Types of Eligible Entities (PDF). Please note, however, that the guide does not replace the advice of a private lawyer and is amendable at any time without notice. No no. Form 205 (Word, PDF) can be used to create a universal LLC, but it is not designed to create a nonprofit LLC and it is not designed to meet any requirements that the IRS or Texas Comptroller might impose for tax exemption. Consult your lawyer if you want to create a tax-exempt or utility LLC. .